Build a career doing what you love. Open source is an enabler and the community can be your best coach, mentor and referral. Whether you are a beginners or someone who has been working in open source for years, Zaheda covers tips in building an open source career. On bringing out the best in yourself, the community and your project.
After more than 20 years of FOSS software, we’ve eaten the world! Surely this method of building software will continue to grow and take over from the old way, right? Actually even at 20 FOSS could still lose!! What are the main dangers I see ahead for FOSS and what must we do to keep it on the winning side?
Hybrid cloud requires effective automation and management capabilities, capabilites that provide complete visbility of multiple Public and Private clouds through a single pane of
glass view. Complete toolsets for management and cost tracking and importantly a
automation framework that allows creating customized end-to-end automation workflows.
The ManageIQ project provides all these capabilities, it is an open source CMP (Cloud Management Platform) software that can run on any platform to manage and automate hybird cloud environments.
Like all modern enterprise operations, Red Hat Customer Experience and Engagement runs on information. The processes supporting our customers and products, receive three million updates per day, and the volume is always growing. To meet the challenge of scaling these efforts and serving the customers, partners and associates, we turned to open source Red Hat middleware: JBoss Fuse, AMQ, Decision Manager and JBoss Data Grid.
Securing our online persona is as important as securing ourself. This session dives deep into how we can secure our data online.
Keeping a check on what we share online, who it belongs to and more.
The session also touches on how to create stronger passwords through a few exercises.
Join in if you would like to learn some tips and tricks to keep yourself safe on the web.
The virtual world is cluttered. No other way to put it. We have VR, AR, MR, XR and more technologies and jargons than ever before. But what does it all mean for a developer? How are they relevant? Do we need to go back to learning new technologies to build on each platform, or we keep on iterating on new technologies till industry and users fix their mind on one. And why now?
In this session we will try to answer three question.
a. Where all this VR,AR,MR,XR are different, or are they?
b. Why now?
- What is “Machine Learning”
- Why learn “Machine Learning”
- Prerequisites to learn
- How to learn
- How to learn
- How to practice
- How to get hired as Data Scientist
- Common Pitfalls
- What can ML & DL do
- What ML & DL can't do
- Mistakes while doing ML
- Brainstorming some Applications
The blockchain borrows from concepts of distributed systems, networking, cyber security and databases. Its features are already changing the way various sectors ranging from financial institutions to e-governance systems handle their digital processes. This talk starts with an introduction to the blockchain and then moves on to cover the basic building blocks of a popular blockchain platform, Ethereum, and its subsequent real-life use cases, followed by two exercises:
This is a walkthrough session which would take the attendees through the process of bootstrapping a Vue JS web app with i18n support from the ground up.
I would be talking about the Vue CLI and the Vue UI Dashboard as well as task management through the dashboard along with locale management for the built up app.
The focus of this session would be to highlight how easy it is to implement and manage locales on web apps using Vue JS.