Coding Open Source with Students from Across Canada

8 Oct

BlackBerry Developer Blog

This past weekend I participated in the kickoff sprint for a truly remarkable program: The “Undergraduate Capstone Open Source Projects”, or UCOSP. It’s a program offered by Canadian universities, where students contribute to open source projects for course credit. This term there are more than 50 students involved from 19 universities. Six of them – students from UBC, Laurentian, Ottawa, and Waterloo – will be working with me on BlackBerry® Open Source projects, such as bbUI.js and our community BlackBerry® WebWorks™ extensions.

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