We are a group of Oran1 university students. We Like to learn, code, share... We strive for an open-minded generation, we spread the open-source culture. When it's open, it grows!
Also known as a hack day, hackfest or codefest.
The goal of a hackathon is to create usable software or hardware with the goal of creating a functioning product by the end of the event. Hackathons tend to have a specific focus, which can include the programming language used, the operating system, an application, an API, or the subject and the demographic group of the programmers.
For many outside of the I.T world, the concept of contributing to open-source software seems like a remarkable psychological phenomenon, as many of the contributors do it by their own free will and are quite often unpaid for it. The thought of contributing to something that requires a good amount of time without getting a dime for their work can be hard to fully understand.
Our members love to learn and share! Which is why workshops are one of our most common activities. During these events, participants get to exploring many fields of computer science such as programming, web and app developement, solving problems and making games!
Each year, our team orgnizes talks conferences and seminars about various topics that includes soft and hard skills, programming languages and tools, handy tips and more!
Our experienced memebers often organize trining sessions in order to teach others the skills and technologies that they learned. During these events, the members give their best in order to help others to learn and be better, these activities are always free!
The club’s mission is to bring about positive change in the local and global IT communities. And have the chance to collaborate directly with large technology firms, governments, international institutions and startups.
We like to learn new technologies and keep improving our skills and knowledge.
Practice makes perfect and we love to practice what we learned and try out new implementations.
Sharing is caring and we care the most. We believe that knowledge should be accessible and free to all!
- Open Talks