Posts by Jean Austin

Kicking Off the New Year with Mixed Awesomeness

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Mozilla Philippines is kicking off the new year with a mixture of campus tours and Firefox OS App Days this January. The first of these events will be on January 12 at the Pamantasan Ng Cabuyao (PNC) in Laguna with over 450 expected participants from the school’s college of engineering studies. PNC Student Reps have been very busy organizing their biggest Mozilla-sponsored event yet. Webmaker, Firefox for Android and Firefox OS are the main topics plus another surprise activity!
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Growing Mozilla Student Reps in the Philippines

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The Student Reps of Mozilla Philippines played an essential role in the local community’s success this year. Since its ‘soft’ relaunch last 2011 by Mozilla, Filipino Mozilla Reps have been actively recruiting students through Campus Tours, MozCoffees, Open Web Days and other events like Y4IT and Software Freedom Day.
To date, there are 135 sign-ups from 40 universities/colleges including the University of the Philippines, De La Salle University in Manila and Ateneo de Zamboanga in the south. Pamantasan Ng Cabuyao… Read the rest

The Webmaking Fun Has Just Began

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It was a weekend full of learning and sharing.
Last Saturday’s celebration of Summer Code Party in Nuvali, Santa Rosa was awesome! Thirteen participants including Mozilla Representatives, students and professionals were present to learn and share how to move from being users of the web to being makers of the web. By using the tools like Mozilla Thimble and X-Ray Goggles, hacking websites has never been so easy.
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Mozilla PH Kicking Off Summer Code Party 2012 in Nuvali

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Filipino Weblovers, here’s a little something for you:
This month, your Mozilla Philippines is kicking off, together with the rest of the world, Mozilla Summer Code Party 2012. From June 23 to September 23, Mozillians around the world will gather to teach, discuss and help other people learn how to code and hack for good. This global event is an initiative of the Mozilla Webmaker project which aims to help build a new generation of webmakers.
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