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Bangalore is India's leading technology hub and home to the largest developer community in the country. The city also touts of a dynamic startup ecosystems with several well established tech startups.
The developer communities in the city are abuzz with the latest in technology with several events, conferences, meet ups, Hackathons running through the year.
IBM India has a strong presence in Bangalore with a dedicated team of developer advocates.
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IBM had presence through 1 Key note, 3 Techtalks, 2 Workshops and 1 Booth. Pradeep Balachandran delivered the Keynote on Day 2. Mangesh Patankar and Raghavendra Deshpande did a workshop on Hyperledger Fabric using Kubernetes APIs on IBM Cloud Container Service. Hyperledger and K8s , how these two open source projects are right fit for developing Blockchain Solutions were explained and demonstrated the steps involved in setting up business network on K8s free cluster. 50 developers from various experience joined this Workshop. In the application development track, Rajesh Gudikoti from IBM spoke about how to use text insights to find which document is more relevant for the user query. Krishna Chaitanya from IBM in Cloud & Big Data track spoke about how you can create an open source Deep Learning platform with a distribution and orchestration layer that facilitates learning from a large amount of data in a reasonable amount of time across compute nodes managed by Kubernetes. Raghavendra Deshpande spoke about the various aspects of OrientDB, Kubernetes and IBM Watson Studio and demonstrated “The insights into massive unstructured interconnected data using OrientDB and IBM Watson Studio”. Apart from this he showed the capabilities of OrientDB studio. Booth was led by Riya Mary Roy, Sudharshan Govindan and supported by Federated advocates Soumendra N Ganguly, Shyam Kumar. Krishna B Rajapur, Pranab Dash. They demonstrated open source code patterns to 225+ developers who visited the booth.
A three-day Hackathon on “Building chatbots for Service Industry” by using IBM Watson was conducted at Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology, in partnership with IBM Edtech partner Smartbridge. There were more than 300 student developers who took part in this hackathon and built total 74 chatbots using IBM Watson Assistant. Developer Advocate Yuktesh Chintamadaka kick started the Hackathon, by delivering a session on “Introduction to IBM Cloud, Overview of IBM Watson services”. He created “Watson assistant service” and helped developers to create their own sample bot. Smartbridge Team further helped in exploring more features of Watson Assistant and demoed integration of chatbot with front end application. 74 teams showcased their bot, built within 24 hours. Many bots submitted by the teams used 3-4 services of Watson, viz, Assistant, T2S, S2T, VR. Students Developers were truly excited to learn Watson services.
Techtalk session was delivered on Oct 10 at UST Global (through Yourstory) at Trivandrum. 80 developers from UST attended this event. Krishna Chaitanya delivered and demoed code patterns on DSX hands-on master
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