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Open Night of Code at the University of Bremen

Once a term, everything at the University of Bremen is all about programming for one night. On November 22, it is happening again: At the Open Night of Code, students of computer science and other interested people can work together on projects. The free event at the MZH starts at 6 p.m.

“Everyone can come to the ONOC“, emphasizes Dennis Schürholz, one of the organizers. "We deliberately did not want to address only students of mathematics/computer science. Other interested people will certainly get something out of it as well. If you don't want to work on a project, you can take the opportunity and talk with others." There will also be short presentations at the Open Night of Code (ONOC). Interested parties will get an insight, for example, into what the "real life" of a project manager can look like or what the terms "container, cloud and Kubernetes" really stand for.

Information Security Competition

For the second time, a so-called Capture the File competition is going to take place. The participants will have to solve cyber security problems. The knowledge learned in the presentations or already known will then be applied to decrypt files, crack wireless networks and much more.
For everyone’s physical and mental well-being, soft drinks, sweets, coffee, and pizza will be offered at student-friendly prices. There is no need to register in advance for ONOC.

Further information:

(in German only)



Erik Michelson
ONOC organization team
Faculty of Mathematics/Computer Science
University of Bremen
Email: infoprotect me ?!onocprotect me ?!.eu


Der Besuch der ONOC ist kostenfrei und für jeden offen.
The Open Night of Code is a free Event and starts at 6 p.m.