Tecnicatura Universitaria en Software Libre: First bunch of graduates!
December starts for our family in Argentina, and in our second day here, I was invited to Facultad de Ingeniería y Ciencias Hídricas (FICH) of Universidad Nacional del Litoral (UNL). FICH-UNL has a short (3 year), distance-learning career called Tecnicatura Universitaria en Software Libre (TUSL).
This career opened in 2015, and today we had the graduation exams for three of its students — It’s no small feat for a recently created career to start graduating their first bunch! And we had one for each of TUSL’s “exit tracks” (Administration, development and education).
The topics presented by the students were:
- An introductory manual for performing migrations and installations of free software-based systems
- Design and implementation of a steganography tool for end-users
- A Lego system implementation for AppBuilder </ul> The TUSL staff is quite well aligned to freedom, transparency and responsibilty, so it's basically a requirement for projects to be freely available. For the curious, here they are: