Opening free NukeViet open source training course in Hanoi

Sunday - 24/04/2011 22:05
Association of Scientific Knowledge and Technology of Vietnam Young (VAYSE) and Vietnam Open Source Development Joint Stock Company ( VINADES.,JSC) opened free NukeViet open source training course (www.Nukeviet.vn) for students studying in Hanoi at the hall of Khuong Mai Ward, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi on December 26, 2010

Association of Scientific Knowledge and Technology of Vietnam Young (VAYSE) and Vietnam Open Source Development Joint Stock Company ( VINADES.,JSC) opened free NukeViet open source training course (www.Nukeviet.vn) for students studying in Hanoi at the hall of Khuong Mai Ward, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi on December 26, 2010

 “Khuong Mai is now one of few local government offices in Hanoi has its own website with the address www.phuongkhuongmai.gov.vn” Ms. Pham Van Hien - Khuong Mai Ward Chairman said. In addition to updating information on current events in Hanoi, Thanh Xuan district and a number of ward information, this website also offers several online services such as birth registration, death certificate , marriage registration ... and  there will be many other online services.

To improve computing skills for the young in Vietnam, the Nukeviet forum administrator (NukeViet.vn) Vietnam open source development joint stock company (VINADES., JSC) cooperating with Association of Scientific Knowledge and Technology of Vietnam Young (VAYSE) deployed the programs: Open source Nukeviet 3.0 Application Programming for community of students.

The training program "Operation and use of open source systems Nukeviet 3.0" is detailed to match up with students, civil servants and office staff. Free curriculum will be held periodically 2 sessions each month. The course will be opened continuously after another. Course information will be up-dated continuously on the official website of Nukeviet http://nukeviet.vn. Enrollment is free

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