• Talks on Spark & PowerShell

    Phoenix Arena

    1) Introduction to Spark -- Overview -- Features -- Use cases -- Demo Examples Speaker: Mahboob Hussain. Co-organizer of Hyderabad Software Architects. Senior I.T. professional with 28 years experience. Takes delight in being a programmer, writer and manager. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mahboob-hussain-6084b73/ 2) Windows PowerShell Windows PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language designed especially for system administration. Built on the .NET Framework, Windows PowerShell helps IT professionals and power users control and automate the administration of the Windows operating system and applications that run on Windows. This session will provide introduction to PowerShell using Hands-on examples. Speaker: Shashi Jeevan. Founder of Hyderabad Software Architects. Architect & Delivery Manager with 21 years experience. Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shashijeevan/

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  • Talks on Redis, Speech Driven Lipsync, Data Centers

    Phoenix Arena

    1) Introduction to Redis -- Overview -- Features -- Use cases -- Demo Examples (with Python and Spring Boot) Speaker: Mahboob Hussain Has 28 years of work experience. Co-founder of Hyderabad Software Architects. Takes delight in being a programmer, writer and manager. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mahboob-hussain-6084b73/ 2) Web-based Live Speech Driven Lipsync Virtual characters(VR) are integral part of many games and virtual world. The ability to accurately synchronize lip movement to audio speech is an important aspect in the believability of the character. This discussion will deal about simple rule based lipsync algorithm for virtual characters using web browser. It works in real time with live input (speaker). Speaker: Gaurav Srivastava Gaurav is a highly qualified hands-on Digital Solution Architect with focus on Next Generation technologies like WebRTC, Augmented/Virtual Reality, Audio Speech Recognition, Deep Learning,IoT and building enterprise grade architecture. LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gaurav-srivastava-99267524/ 3) Topic: Data Centers -- Concept of data centers -- Types -- Operations Speaker: Ratnakar Sadasyula Ratnakar has 19 years of experience in Java/JEE based web technologies, developing, deploying and maintaining applications using open source softwares like Apache Web Server, Tomcat on Unix/Linux environments using distros like Ubuntu both on premise and cloud data centers. Also worked on frameworks like Struts, Spring, Hibernate with good knowledge and experience of Design Patterns.

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  • Apache Kafka

    Phoenix Arena

    Welcome and Introductions Part I : Kafka Intro, Components, Producers, Consumers, Topic Q Tea / Coffee Break Part II : Setting up Kafka, Sample Applications Speaker: Ratnakar Sadasyula Ratnakar has 19 years of experience in Java/JEE based web technologies, developing, deploying and maintaining applications using open source softwares like Apache Web Server, Tomcat on Unix/Linux environments using distros like Ubuntu both on premise and cloud data centers. Also worked on frameworks like Struts, Spring, Hibernate with good knowledge and experience of Design Patterns.

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  • Talks on WebRTC and Software Security

    ETG Global Services Pvt. Ltd.

    I) Welcome and Introductions II) About the group and updates III) Presentations 1. WebRTC (10:30 a.m - 12 noon) * Brief description of its components * Business use case * Simple hands-on implantation Speaker: Gaurav Srivastava Gaurav is a highly qualified hands-on Digital Solution Architect with focus on Next Generation technologies like WebRTC,Augmented/Virtual Reality, Audio Speech Recognition, Deep Learning,IoT and building enterprise grade architecture. LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gaurav-srivastava-99267524/ 2. 15 minute break 3. Software Security (12:15 p.m. - 1 p.m.) Speaker : Aravind Perumal Aravind has two decades of experience in Product Engineering and Service Industry with Architecture Development and implementation using multiple tools and technologies in the domain area of Mobile technology, application framework, software security, network programming and management, and telecommunication. He is also interested in exploring intelligence systems and related technologies. http://linkedin.com/in/aravind-perumal-259a7914 IV) Group photo and networking.

  • Blockchain and Enterprise Architecture

    Walking Tree Technologies

    Schedule 10:00 - 10:15 : Welcome and Introductions 10:15 - 12:00 : Session 1 12:00 - 12:15 : Break 12:15 - 13:00 : Session 2 Photos and networking Session 1: -------------- Topic : Blockchain - Introducing Smart Contract using Ethereum Description: * A quick overview of Blockchain * A brief history of Smart Contract * An overview of Ethereum Protocol * What is a Smart Contract in Ethereum? * Getting started using “Hello World!” example! * Structure of a Smart Contract * Common tools used for the development * Basics of Solidity & its comparison with known programming languages * A more meaningful contract using Truffle * Demo using Remix browser * Q&A Speaker : Alok Ranjan Alok is the co-founder and Managing Director of Walking Tree Technologies Private Limited, a company known for its excellence in delivering cross-platform web and mobile applications. He holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT, Delhi. In addition to running Walking Tree, he has a strong interest in Blockchain and he is evangelizing Blockchain within as well as outside Walking Tree. Session 2 ------------- Topic: Enterprise Agility through Enterprise Architecture Description: A discussion on the characteristics between Agile and Architecture from the enterprise perspective to understand how these can influence an organization’s digital transformation journey. Speaker : Uday Varma Uday is an IT professional with around 15 yrs. of overall experience; he is primarily into the consulting stream in Agile/DevOps space. LinkedIn profile : https://www.linkedin.com/in/uday-varma/

  • Blockchain and Flutter talks + 3rd anniversary celebration

    Walking Tree Technologies

    Session 1: Introduction to Blockchain by Alok Ranjan Alok Ranjan is the co-founder and Managing Director of Walking Tree Technologies Private Limited, a company known for its excellence in delivering cross-platform web and mobile applications. He holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT, Delhi. In addition to running Walking Tree, he has a strong interest in Blockchain and he is evangelizing Blockchain within as well as outside Walking Tree. Session 2: Introduction to Flutter by Satyanarayana Attili Satyanarayana is currently working as Technical Lead with Datamatics Digital (TechJini) in Bangalore. He has over 6+ years of experience in Mobile Application development including native Android apps, Hybrid apps with Cordova, React for clients Dailyhunt, Hike Messenger, HelpChat etc.. He has been playing around with Flutter while it was still in preview and has built Flutter apps for Android and iOS. He loves experimenting with new technologies and sharing his knowledge. Session 3: Celebration 3rd Anniversary celebrations of our meetup group.

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  • Talks on ELK Stack, Azure Serverless Computing, NativeScript

    Agenda I) Welcome and Introductions II) About the group and updates III) Presentations 1) ELK Stack. We will be covering the following: * Why ELK Stack? * What is ELK Stack? * ELK Stack Architecture * ElasticSearch * Logstash * Kibana Speaker: Ratnakar Sadasyula Ratnakar has 18 years of experience in Java/JEE based web technologies, developing, deploying and maintaining applications using open source softwares like Apache Web Server, Tomcat on Unix/Linux environments using distros like Ubuntu both on premise and cloud data centers. Also worked on frameworks like Struts, Spring, Hibernate with good knowledge and experience of Design Patterns. 2) Build cloud apps with serverless computing on Azure. This session introduces the concepts of Serverless computing on Azure. It provides a way to build and run apps that do not require the allocation of any infrastructure ahead of time. It reduces the cost and allows for paying only for the execution time. Speaker: Shashi Jeevan. Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shashijeevan/ IV) Introduction to NativeScript as time permits. V) Networking

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  • Talks on Apache Kafka and Modern Front End Frameworks

    Agenda 11:00 - 11:20 am : Welcome and introductions 11:20 - 12:40 pm : Messaging with Apache Kafka by Vamshi R 5 minute break 12:45 - 2:00 pm : State of Modern Front End Frameworks by Srinivasa Raju Presentation Details 1) Messaging with Apache Kafka Apache Kafka decouples systems (data sources and data consumers) enabling highly scalable and reliable system architecture. We will dive in to working principles of Kafka, its architecture, various components and how it scales to provide high throughput with out sacrificing reliability. Speaker profile: Vamshi has 15 Years of software development experience in building applications using open source, Java and big data platforms. 2) State of Modern Front End Frameworks * Why Front End frameworks * 3 leading frameworks -- Angular, React and Vue * Core similarities and differences between them * How is server communication done? * State management * Server side rendering * Micro frontends * Will show working examples based on time availability Speaker Profile : https://www.linkedin.com/in/srinivasarajuindukuri/

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  • Building Bots with Azure Cognitive Services and Amazon Alexa

    Planon Software Services Pvt. Ltd.

    Bots and especially Chatbots are the most disruptive technologies in the current market. In this session, we will look at how we can build bots using Azure Cognitive Services and Amazon Alexa. Session 1: Topic: Build bots with Azure Cognitive Services Speaker: Shashi Jeevan M P https://www.linkedin.com/in/shashijeevan/ Session 2: Topic: Build Alexa skills Speaker: Sriram Nayudu https://www.linkedin.com/in/sriramnayudutechaddict/ Location details will be updated shortly.

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  • Roundtable on Blockchain

    Needs a location

    Organized by: Idealabs, Block 91 and Startup Talks Venue: Events Room, T-Hub, Hyderabad Format: 1) Ice Breaker Introductions from everyone in the audience. 2) Thought Leaders are introduced. 3) Audiences votes and selects 2-3 topics that they want to talk on. 4) First Round Table starts with each thought leaders been given 2 minutes of speech slot. 5) After thought leaders, audience members can contribute, by each taking a strict maximum one-minute time slot. The moderator and timer keep the discussion on track. 6) After 1st Round of discussion, we proceed to the second highest voted topic for discussion. 7) If time permits, we go for the third round of discussion. 8) Thought leaders decide on key audience members who contributed positively to the discussion. 9) Announcement about IBC and IBC Hackathon. 10) We acknowledge the thought leaders and key audience contributors. 11) Networking and Snacks