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Deloitte-TechGiG University Hackathon -3 City

As technology grows and expands, businesses and customer responses to the market rapidly change. Studies and forecasts say that technologies such as Data Science, Cognitive Automation, IoT, and Blockchain will increasingly become a vital part of our lives.

The TechE thread is essentially an ideation and coding challenge revolving around these four technology themes: Data Science/Machine Learning; Internet of Things; Cognitive Automation; Blockchain. Below is the competition format for TechE:

Who can Participate?
This Contest is open only to contestants who are:
Currently pursuing full-time B.E/B.Tech (circuit and non-circuit branches) and are in their pre-final year of academic curriculum, M.E/M.Tech (Only CS and IT) who are also in their pre-final year of academic curriculum, and MCA students also in their pre-final year of academic curriculum (For e.g., for B.E/B.Tech which is a four-year course—only current third-year students will be eligible). The participation is only open to students from colleges from where Deloitte has received the database from the respective placement offices.

Visit the event web site to register and learn more about this event.

03/02/2018 - 04/30/2018

Consensus 2018- New York

CoinDesk is proud to present the 4th annual Blockchain Technology Summit, May 14-16, 2018 at the New York Hilton Midtown. Consensus 2018 will feature 250+ speakers and 4,000+ attendees from the leading industry startups, investors, financial institutions, enterprise tech leaders, and academic and policy groups who are building the foundations of the blockchain and digital currency economy.

“Consensus is more than just a conference. It’s the largest must-attend gathering of everyone involved in our rapidly growing ecosystem. We’re proud to partner with companies that continue to innovate and actively work toward taking their projects live,” -Kevin Worth, CEO of CoinDesk.

Featured IBM Speaker: Bridget van Kralingen, Senior Vice President, Global Industries, Platforms and Blockchain

Link to Event Website and Registration

05/14/2018 - 05/16/2018

New York Hilton Midtown

Cloud & Data Summit : Put Cloud & Data to work - Paris

Today Cloud is a real innovation driver, agile, scalable, and takes advantage of AI, Analytics, Blockchain, and IoT…to improve the competitive advantage. This innovation engine is based on renewable energy: data enables businesses to create new business models, provide new customer experiences, improve business agility, and stay one step ahead.

The agenda is composed of 3 highlights:
– An interactive & dynamic session with experts, customers testimonials, and round tables
– A “rotating” lunch organized by key topic that provides the opportunity to network with more experts & peers than in a classic set up lunch
– An exclusive tour of the Artists & Robots exhibition

Learn more and register.


Le Grand Palais

WeAreDevelopers World Congress 2018

What is WeAreDevelopers all about? We are united tech professionals, empowered through code and as diverse as the languages we yield. In one of the leading startup capitals of Europe, the WeAreDevelopers World Congress brings together over 8,000 brightest minds in tech for an exciting event.

The WeAreDevelopers World Congress has something for everybody. We cover over 10 tracks to fit all tastes and tech stacks, with a variety of workshops, panels and keynotes to set you up with the knowledge and skills to excel in your career.

Speakers include:
Jonas Jacobi – Head of Developer Advocacy, Worldwide, IBM
Niklas Heidloff – Developer Advocate, IBM
Joe Sepi – NYC Lead Developer/Advocate, IBM

At the WeAreDevelopers Congress you can enjoy all the new cutting edge technologies and take a sneak peak at the ideas of tomorrow, ranging from VR&AR to future robotics. Play and experiment with new and upcoming inventions that haven’t been released on the market yet.

Information and Registration

05/16/2018 - 05/18/2018

The Austria Center Vienna

Blockchain in Shared Services

Blockchain is going to reshape the foundation of business as we know it! Hear how the shared services industry can utilize this technology to gain a competitive advantage by increasing its number of transactions, improving its efficiency and lowering its costs.

Speaker: Kim N. Pham, Associate Partner / Blockchain Leader, IBM
IBM’s Blockchain practice is involved in several hundred engagements, providing solutions or services to businesses across a range of industries, including a large number of Shared Services Organizations. This session draws on IBM’s experience, providing an in-depth look at blockchain’s capabilities in the Shared Services context through case studies of current implementations. You’ll learn about:
– How trailblazers in Shared Services have adopted blockchain solutions to improve their business processes
– Challenges faced and lessons learned
– Latest trends in the space

Learn more and register.



OSCON- Open Source Conference

Open source is the way of the world.
From the explosion of AI with frameworks like TensorFlow, MXNet, and PyTorch to blockchain projects like Hyperledger, Bitcoin, and Ethereum, as well as infrastructure disruptors like Kubernetes, Prometheus, and Istio—open source is the value that fuels new industries and pushes forward long standing ones.

OSCON has been ground zero of the open source movement. In its 20th year, OSCON continues to be the catalyst for innovation and success for companies.

Unlike other conferences, we cover open source projects across all origins and affiliations—our program focuses solely on projects in areas of innovation. OSCON isn’t just open source, OSCON is:

Open source + AI
Open source + blockchain
Open source + infrastructure
Open source + edge computing
Open source + open data
Open source + community
Open source = Innovation

Innovative and emerging open source projects are at the center of OSCON 2018. Each track has been selected for its significance to software development and solving critical real-world problems:

Blockchain beyond Bitcoin
Artificial intelligence
Emerging languages such as Kotlin, Go, Elm
Live coding
Software Development methodologies: From ideation to deployment
Cloud strategies and implementation
Evolutionary architecture
Edge computing
Open source in enterprise case studies
Open Source: Past, Present, and Future

We bring community, enterprise, individual contributors, and engineering teams together to move open source forward by highlighting best practices, projects that transform business, and insight into what you need next.


07/18/2018 - 07/19/2018

Oregon Convention Center