VIII WNAPC brings together academics, administrators and professors from Latin America, Spain and the United States to examine the variation of names of computing programs in relation to their contents and to elaborate proposals on that matter. Due to this variation, there is a need to reach a joint agreement on competencies that represent the main careers of the Computing area. The event aims at identifying specific content differences in undergraduate computing careers across several Latin American countries, as well as at sthrenthening existing de facto standards. The workshop organisers consider it very important that undergraduate programs be coherent in their content, the set of skills they foster, the degrees they award and the training of the faculty. The organisers believe that that coherence would increase the mobility of professionals within the region and also outwards, greatly increasing the level of understanding of who we form in our programs. Industry's medium-term interest is also contemplated, as it will simplify the development of projects in more than one country.