Open Source Education

Teaching students to be productive in open source communities.

CSE 117: Open-Source Programming

CSE 117 was first taught in Winter 2016 as CMPS 107 by Carlos Maltzahn, with Andrew Shewmaker as teaching assistant and author of the syllabus, for which Andrew received a 2015 Chancellor’s Graduate Student Teaching Fellowship. The class earned the instructor and the teaching assistant Excellence in Teaching Awards that year. This course teaches students how to get successfully involved in the Linux kernel community and includes guest speakers from industry and the open-source software community.

Open Source Software Workshop Series

The OSPO is hosting a series of workshops on Commercial Open Source Software, facilitated by Prof. Dr. Dirk Riehle. This Workshop Series explores various topics including software industry, commercial open source, and open source program offices.

Stephanie Lieggi
Stephanie Lieggi
Executive Director of OSPO, Executive Director of CROSS
Carlos Maltzahn
Carlos Maltzahn
Adjunct Professor, Founder & Director of CROSS, OSPO

My research interests include programmable storage systems, big data storage & processing, scalable data management, distributed systems performance management, and practical reproducible research.