Calling all developers.
For an entire day, IBM is giving you the chance to learn and use their latest technologies in Cloud, AI, Data, Blockchain, IoT, and Quantum Computing. Plus, there's Code Labs, complimentary certifications, Expert Talks, Hands on Labs. And, it’s all happening in Bengaluru on Wednesday, February 14, 2018.
IBM Code Day is your opportunity to learn first-hand from leading industry experts and SMEs, who will take you behind the scenes on what it takes to build enterprise-grade applications. Come learn, apply and innovate with your peers at this year’s most exciting developer conference.
Not convinced? Just check out the reasons why you should register for the event today.
For one, to fast-track your learning, IBM experts and developer advocates have curated immersive tracks for developers with all levels of experience. There is truly something for everybody. You will experience the latest technology from IBM and their partners through hands-on workshops, executive keynotes, lightning demos, mini labs and an exciting experience zone.
Further, as a developer, you can look forward to:
- Getting immediate practical guidance that will make you more efficient.
- Learning how to create a cognitive banking chatbot, command your microservices, build an Apache Spark-based ML Model - essentially getting your code to solve real problems.
- Discovering best practices for building cloud-native apps and cloud security
- Meeting and interacting with other developers.
Don’t believe us? Check out the agenda here for the exciting talks and sessions that will ensure a full, constructive day of learning. In addition to industry experts and leaders from IBM, you will get the chance to meet 13-year-old Tanmay Bakshi, the world’s youngest Watson programmer and neural network architect, who will share his inspiring story of how Watson is helping him realise his AI dream.
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