|BANDUNG, UNIKOM- Development of knowledge and horizons think of students are not only limited with the teaching and learning activities in the classroom, many ways to realize this goal, one of them by presenting a competent speaker that comes from practitioners, academics, and research institutions to share knowledge and experience to the students. As performed by the study program (Prodi) UNIKOM Computer Engineering, held a public lecture on Thursday (12/29) at 13:30 pm in the Auditorium Miracle of UNIKOM.
This event was followed by ± 170 students of Computer Engineering programs in semesters 1 and 3, especially for the students who are studying the Course of Introduction to Computer Systems & Computer Organization and Architecture 1. According to Agus Mulyana, S.Kom., MT, as the lecturer of the course and as the Chairman of the UNIKOM ERG Division, said, " the Computer Engineering program always held a public lecture in the every semester, refers to material that has been linked to certain subjects or course. In addition to expanding the horizons of students to keep up to date on the development of information, this event became a credit point for study programs if the study programs want to perform an accreditation, "said Agus.
The material of public lecture about "Linux Servers in the Cloud” was delivered by Andi Sugandi, S.Kom as the President of Indonesia Opensuse and as the National Instructor in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) under the guidance of the Ministry for Research, Technology and Higher Education (Kemenristek Dikti). Andi is one of the alumni of UNIKOM Computer Engineering program in 2001, and served as a lecturer in the study program of Computer Engineering in 2008-2010. He has a lot of experience in Linux and Network, so he was considered able to deliver science and knowledge to the students of UNIKOM of Computer Engineering program.
After exposure of the material, Andi invite some students who have attended in attendance at this event to practice or demonstration related to the material that has been delivered. "with the learning systems as much as 60% theory and 40% practice, is expected to expand the horizons of thinking of students, especially in the field of networking and Linux," said Agus.