Brian Capouch

Brian Capouch
Professor Emeritus, Saint Joseph's College

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Brian Capouch is a longtime open source user, programmer, and hacker. In 2016, Brian retired from Saint Joseph’s, a small Indiana college, where he taught CS using 100% open source tools. He is heavily involved in a number of historical restoration projects. The modern web, full stack universal JavaScript, SPAs, and PWAs are his current passions.

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Open Hardware
Location: Portland 251
Brian Capouch (Saint Joseph's College)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
The first generation of telephones were off-grid, using local batteries and crank generators. The MAG*NET project at Saint Joseph's College developed a method of allowing historic telephones to be used, without modification, to operate on the modern telephone network. Asterisk, openWRT and heyu are Open Source tools under the hood. Read more.