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Tuesday, October 6 • 14:00 - 14:50
Portable Linux Lab: A Novel Approach to Teaching Programming in Schools - Emma Foley & Laura Reddy, Intel

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With STEM and the maker movement becoming an increasingly important focus for the technology industry, it is important that we are encouraging the right skill sets in the next generation of software developers.
We propose a Portable Linux Lab, based on Intel Galileo or Edison boards, as a cheap and easy way of bringing Linux and programming knowledge into the classroom and Coder Dojo. The lab is designed to be a springboard for students to experiment in a Linux environment, which they may otherwise not have access to. This will ensure that educators have adequate resources to operate their classes, unfettered by location or existing infrastructure.

We will present a practical, portable and alternative solution to teaching Linux programming in a Windows-dominated classroom.

Speakers
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Emma Foley

Software Engineer, Intel
Emma is a Software Engineer at Intel Shannon. She is currently working on OpenStack, focusing on telemetry and making data available to Openstack to enable better monitoring in the telco/NFV space.
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Laura Reddy

Software Engineer, Intel
Graduated from NUI Galway with a bachelor's degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering in 2010 and have been working at Intel since then, working on the QAT software. Helping to promote STEM careers to 2nd year secondary school girls by participating in the GIFT-ed program. 


Tuesday October 6, 2015 14:00 - 14:50
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