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Thank you so much for the training opportunity you gave us last year. We have been progressing very well. We have two labs in our only public school running on Fedora Core 5 LTSP. We also have three of our biggest grade schools doing the same thing. Our back end service is using Xen and FC5.

- Warren Fukuichi
Palau Ministry of Education
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Summer Geek Camp 2013
Saturday, Apr 6, 2013, 6:04 PM


Rizal Re-Creation Center
Arban Street, Rizal, Laguna, Philippines
April 5-6, 2013

TIMEDAY 1DAY 2
07:30BREAKFAST
08:30Top Presentation
Rev. Joe Mauk
09:30OBSTACLE COURSE
10:00INTRODUCTION AND TEAM BUILDINGGROUP PRESENTATIONS
12:00LUNCHCHECK-OUT
13:00PLENARYAWARDING
14:00CHECK-INSWIMMING
14:30Easy SELinux
Paul Magahis
15:30Secure Virtualization
Engels Antonio
16:30Unified Distributed Storage System
Engels Antonio
17:30TREASURE HUNT
19:30DINNER
20:30EVENING PROGRAM
22:00FREE TIME
Summer Geek Camp 2011
Sunday, Mar 6, 2011, 6:03 PM
Bluepoint Foundation, in cooperation with Asia Pacific Networking Group (APNG) and Fedora Project, held its 4th Summer Geek Camp and 3rd APNG Local Camp from March 4 to 6, 2011 at the Riverview Resort and Conference Center in Calamba City, Laguna.

Cloud Computing was introduced during Bluepoint's 2nd camp in 2009 (Enterprise 2.0 Boot Camp). This year's camp delved deeper into Cloud Computing technologies, high-performance scalable storage, distributed and replicated filesystems for the Internet: Linux-based essentials to help attendees design, build, and deploy private and public cloud infrastructures for their respective organizations.

Registration fee was only PHP 3500 (USD 80 or EUR 60) per attendee, inclusive of food (3 meals & 2 snacks daily) and accommodations (1 bed per person, air conditioned room with cable TV & hot shower).

TIMEDAY 1DAY 2DAY 3
07:30BREAKFAST
08:00MORNING CIRCLE
08:30TEAM BUILDINGTECHNICAL SESSION
09:00
09:30
09:45BREAK
10:00ASSEMBLYTECHNICAL SESSIONCAMP SESSION
10:30
11:00FACILITATORS MEETING
11:30CLOSING CIRCLE
12:00LUNCH
13:00CHECK INTECHNICAL SESSIONSWIMMING
14:00CAMP SESSION
15:00
16:00
16:30
16:45BREAK
17:00WATER SPORTSTREASURE HUNT
18:00
19:00DINNER
20:00EVENING PROGRAM
21:00

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Summer Geek Camp 2010
Summer Geek Camp 2009
Summer Geek Camp 2008
Summer Geek Camp 2010
Sunday, Mar 7, 2010, 7:03 PM (Revision 70 - Thursday, Jul 14, 2011, 7:42 PM)


Combining the collaborative approach of Geek Camp 1.0 (2008) and the technical orientation of Geek Camp 2.0 (2009), Bluepoint Foundation successfully held its 3rd Summer Geek Camp, 2nd Asia Pacific Networking Group (APNG) Local Camp, and 1st Fedora Activity Day (FAD) from March 5 to 7 at the Loreland Farm Resort in Antipolo City.

TIMEDAY 1DAY 2DAY 3
07:30TEAM BUILDING
08:30BREAKFAST
09:00MORNING CIRCLEMORNING CIRCLE
09:15WATER SPORTS
09:30OpenERP for Your Business Needs
Chivas Sicam
10:30BREAKFAST
11:00BREAK
11:15The UP Open University Experience:
A Moodle Case Study

Myra Siason
11:30LPI Certification
Myra Siason
11:45RHCE Certification
Chivas Sicam
12:00FAD: Fedora Project
Magie Antonio
12:15LUNCH
12:45LUNCH
13:30CHECK INFREE TIME
13:45FAD: Freedom Toaster
Engels Antonio
14:15FAD: I Am Fedora
Engels Antonio
14:30The Arduino Project:
Promoting Tech Culture
by Letting People Innovate

Michael Balcos
14:45CLOSING CIRCLE
15:15
15:30PLENARY SESSIONOpen Source for Education:
Roosevelt Colleges System

Roy Plomantes
SWIMMING
15:45Holy Family School
MAJCMS Case Study

Psylocke Antonio
16:00APNG Local Camp Report
Magie Antonio
Open Source for Business:
Goldilocks Bakeshop Inc.

Ed Montana
16:15BREAK
16:30Basic UML for
Systems Analysis

Ryan Baclit
High Availability Virtualization
Engels Antonio
17:45BREAKTREASURE HUNT
18:15Python Essentials
Engels Antonio
19:30DINNER
21:00EVENING PROGRAM
22:00

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Summer Geek Camp 2009
Sunday, Apr 19, 2009, 11:59 PM


Bluepoint Foundation, in cooperation with Saudi Investment Group & Marketing (SIGMA) and Asia Pacific Networking Group (APNG), successfully held the 2nd Summer Geek Camp from April 17 to 19, 2009 at the Loreland Farm Resort in Antipolo City.

Taking off from the great success of our 1st camp in Tagaytay last year, Summer Geek Camp 2009 was an Enterprise 2.0 boot camp for software developers, system & network administrators, and information managers. It was also a local APNG camp.

Enterprise 2.0

Web 2.0 technologies and techniques like wikis, blogs, tagging, social networks and mashups have entered the workplace - breaking down information boundaries and providing greater collaboration for the enterprise.
Boot Camp

Participants learned the fundamentals of how their organizations can leverage Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing to increase productivity, grow revenues, spur innovation, and lower costs.
Attendees

Senior Technologists including CIOs, CTOs, VPs of technology, IT directors and managers, network and storage managers, network engineers, enterprise architects, communications and networking specialists, directors of infrastructure.

TRACKS
There were 3 working groups: System and Network Administration, Software Development, and Information Management. The use of Open Source tools and technologies were integrated into these learning sessions. Topics covered:

Web 2.0
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX)
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
YAML Ain't a Markup Language (YAML)
JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)
Representational State Transfer (REST)
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
Xen Virtualization
Cloud Computing

According to a research whitepaper by IDC, a global provider of market intelligence, instant messaging is set to replace email as the preferred form of business communication by the second half of 2010.

Participants learned how to build their own Linux-based, enterprise-grade IM server during the camp.

Cloud Computing allows the low cost deployment of massive amounts of IT resources on demand and in real time.

Participants learned how to build their own Linux-based Elastic Compute Cloud in this camp.

AGENDA
Summer Geek Camp was a community building event. In the spirit of Free and Open Source Software, participants shared resources and took part in activities and the running of the camp.

TIMEDAY 1DAY 2DAY 3
07:00WAKE UP CALL
07:30BREAKFAST
08:30MORNING CIRCLE
09:30TEAM BUILDINGFINAL PRESENTATION
10:30BREAK
10:45TECHNICAL SESSIONCLOSING CIRCLE
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:15LUNCH
13:00ASSEMBLYTECHNICAL SESSIONSWIMMING
13:30ORIENTATION
14:30
15:30BREAK
15:45PLENARY SESSIONTECHNICAL SESSION
16:00
17:00
18:00FREE TIME
19:00SWIMMING
20:00DINNER
21:00EVENING PROGRAM
22:00

VENUE
Antipolo City is approximately 26 kilometers east of Manila. Strategically located along Colaique, the 8-hectare Loreland Farm Resort puts the city's major attractions within easy reach. The Antipolo Cathedral is only 3 kilometers away from the resort, while the Hinulugang Taktak falls is a mere 7 minute drive.

REGISTRATION
Registration fee was only PHP 5000 (USD 105 or EUR 82) per attendee, inclusive of food (3 meals & 2 snacks daily), accommodations (1 bed per person, air conditioned room with cable TV, hot shower & bath tub), and access to the resort's 8 theme swimming pools from April 17 to 19. Registrations were accepted until April 13, 2009.
Summer Geek Camp 2008
Sunday, May 4, 2008, 9:00 PM (Revision 87 - Thursday, Jul 14, 2011, 7:44 PM)
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Bluepoint Foundation and Bluepoint Linux Users Elite (BLUE) held the first Summer Geek Camp at Carillo Garden Resort (Tagaytay) and Pacific Heights (Batangas) from May 2 to 4, 2008.

PLENARYMagie AntonioLocal FOSS Community Updates
Engels AntonioFedora Project Updates
Eddie SalongaProgramming Fundamentals
TECHNICALMark MayoRuby on Rails (RoR)
Asterisk Open Source Telephony Engine
Lighttpd High-Performance Webserver
Kim MurgaPHP Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP)
Eclipse Open Development Platform
Java Development with Iced Tea
Engels AntonioGit Fast Version Control System
Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX)
Varnish High-Performance HTTP Accelerator
SKILLSHAREEddie SalongaCoffee Tasting
Paul MagahisMuay Thai
Psylocke AntonioBasic Japanese
Anthony CoBasic Chinese
Magie AntonioBasic French
Heherson PagcaliwaganBasic German


Many thanks to the following organizations for supporting this special event:

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