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July – December 2018

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Blockchain 4 Business: Connect Blockchain to Real IoT Products

Blockchain 4 Business focusses on connecting Hyperledger to real IoT products. It will provide Raspberry Pi and HiKey hardware sets, sensors, actors, physical products and teach you coding and how to program it — you will implement Hyperledger, connect real products and code a frontend. From a business model perspective, this can yield endless possibilities.

Experts, lawyers, and scholars will hold sessions to explore various facets of the intersection of IoT and blockchain. The camp is supported by the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, IBM, nexussquared, 21 Digital, and more.

Learn more and register.

07/15/2018 - 07/18/2018

IBM Watson IoT Tower – Corporate Office

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
Infrastructure
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.

Register

07/18/2018 - 07/19/2018

Oregon Convention Center

IBM Tech Thursday - Webinar Series - July 19, 2018

Introducing Tech Thursdays from IBM where you will learn the latest in Cloud, Data, AI, Blockchain and other technology from the best in the Industry. Block your seat now.

As part of the Webinar series for Enterprise Developers, this session will focus on Blockchain .

Topic : Blockchain 101
Date : July 19, 2018
Time : 02:00 – 03:30 PM
Speaker : Naval Singh, Manager- IBM Cloud, IBM India

Speaker Profile:
Naval is an IBMer with focus on the emerging cloud technologies. He holds a bachelors in Electrical Engineering from NIT Rourkela with Smart Grids as the area of interest and masters in management from IIM Indore. In free time, Naval curates learning content across the web. This Blockchain session for example will have the contents curated from Zero to Blockchain by Bob Dill, Blockchain Essentials by dW and the upcoming Blockchain Architecture Design and Use Cases course by NPTEL.

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

07/19/2018

Call for Code Day - Pune - July 20, 2018

Call for Code is an initiative that aims to bring together NGO’s, academic institutions, enterprises, and developers to build effective disaster mitigation solutions.

It is an opportunity for you as developers and organisations to use the best of IBM technology—IBM Cloud, Blockchain, AI, IoT and more—to build solutions that can help those at risk of natural disasters.

Call for Code award winners will receive long-term support through open source foundations, financial prizes, the opportunity to present their solution to leading VCs, and will deploy their solution through IBM’s Corporate Service Corps.

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

07/20/2018

BHAU Institute, Beside COEP Boat Club, College of Engineering, Shivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra 411005

Build secure, resilient, traceable, and transparent supply networks with blockchain

Blockchain can help ensure disaster aid gets to where it needs to go.

07/20/2018