[Baypiggies] Fwd: [SVEvents] 4/11, A discussion of the 'One Laptop per Child Project'

Tony Cappellini cappy2112 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 4 19:47:25 CEST 2007

Since this was discussed at the last BayPiggies meeting, I think there may
be a few people interested
in this.

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From: nancy_tubbs at fullcalendar.com <nancy_tubbs at fullcalendar.com>
Date: Apr 4, 2007 9:30 AM
Subject: [SVEvents] 4/11, A discussion of the 'One Laptop per Child Project'
To: SVEvents at yahoogroups.com

  Software Development Forum (SDForum) presents:

A discussion of the 'One Laptop per Child Project'

Wednesday, April 11, 7:00pm-9:00pm, Palo Alto


One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project is a non-profit organization aiming to
redefine learning and education for the world's children, by providing
each child with a specially developed, innovative, and low-cost laptop.
The speaker, Ivan Krstic, will introduce the background, motivation, and
goals of the initiative, as well as the engineering and educational
challenges it faces. Designed to be small and light, yet this laptop
("XO") is rugged enough to withstand harsh environments and the power it
consumes is less than a tenth of standard laptops. Ivan Krstic is a
software architect and researcher currently on leave from Harvard
University. He is the director of security and information architecture at
the One Laptop per Child project. See www.sdforum.org for details.

Wednesday, April 11

Cubberly Community Center, Room H-1
4000 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA, 94303

No Cost for SDForum Members; $15 for Non-Members.

Email: registrations at sdforum.org <registrations%40sdforum.org>
Phone: 408-414-5950
Contact: Kim Murray

About Software Development Forum (SDForum):
SDForum is the leading Silicon Valley software organization with deep ties
to entrepreneurs, developers, venture capitalists, industry experts and
major technology companies. With a 10,000-person reach, 2000 individual
members and 20-30 events each month, SDForum is the single best source of
information, education and connection for people seeking to build a
business and career in Silicon Valley.
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