• [FREE WORKSHOP] Simple CI/CD using GitLab

    COHIVE - Nissi Bintaro Campus - 1st Floor

    # Description In this workshop, you’ll gain an basic understanding of the CI/CD using GitLab # Intended Audience This workshop is intended for: > Software Developer > Software Engineer > Other IT-related professionals # Workshop Objectives In this workshop, you will learn: > Understanding CI/CD Basic Concept > Configuring GitLab CI/CD > Testing CI/CD flow # Prerequisites We recommend that attendees of this course have the following prerequisites: > General IT technical knowledge > Linux command line (Console) > Knowing SSH Usage > Knowing NodeJS, JavaScript or any Programming Language > GitLab Account > Installed Git, NodeJs, NPM, Code Editor > Bring your own laptop # Instructor > Freddy Munandar, Software Development Enthusiast # Delivery Method This workshop is delivered through: > Onsite > Duration: 2 hours

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  • [FREE WORKSHOP] Analytics Using Kibana and Elasticsearch

    COHIVE - Nissi Bintaro Campus - 1st Floor

    # Description In this workshop, you’ll gain an understanding of the Analytic using Kibana and Elastic in Cloud. # Intended Audience This workshop is intended for: > Software Developer > DevOps > Data Engineer > Other IT-related professionals # Workshop Objectives In this workshop, you will learn: > Installing Kibana using Docker on Alpine Linux > Configuring Kibana Container > Configuring Elastic Cluster > Configuring Logstash # Prerequisites We recommend that attendees of this course have the following prerequisites: > General IT technical knowledge > Linux command line (Console) > Bring your own laptop and make sure docker already installed on your local machines # Instructor > Buyung Bahari, CTO Moladin.com # Delivery Method This workshop is delivered through: > Onsite > Duration: 2 hours # Misc. This workshop is part of Cloud Architect Class by SARCCOM

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  • [FREE WORKSHOP] - Defining Problem Before Designing Solution

    COHIVE - Nissi Bintaro Campus - 1st Floor

    ## Description When developing software, we must start from defining the problem we want to solve. That is the reason why Software is often called IT Solution. It is a solution to business problem. And it also thrives to fulfil the business’ goals. Therefore, analysing the business requirements is an important task that ensure our work is measurable, and that we design the right solution. In this session, we will talk and discuss about business requirements. From problem to goals, and also how to elicit them. We will also talk about the metrics that software must fulfil as the business goals statement. Just bring your pen and paper (eh, we are not doing tabletop, kay) and join the group! Since the time is limited, please come on time! P.S: - It is not good to rush the discussion so it is okay that we don’t finish all the topic at once. But the next session might be a paid workshop, so… 😈 ## Objective 1. Understanding Business Requirements 2. Can identify business problem and business goals through elicitation. 3. Understanding the importance of Business requirements before any other requirements. ## Prerequisite 1. Read “Software Requirements” Version 3 by Karl Wieger, at least chapter 1. 2. Understand what requirement is, this is covered by the chapter of the book above. 2. Can understand what other human being are talking about. 3. Can talk in a form that is understood by other human being. 4. Having a knowledge or experience in gathering requirements. (Fresh guys are always welcome, however, please prepare your baseline knowledge and read as much as you can so we can keep up the pace.) ##Trainer Muhammad - COO - PT Arsitek Perangkat Lunak Indonesia (APLINDO) This event is FREE. We don't want to limit the participants and we want to keep this high quality event FREE so please help us by attending the event with the intention to learn and have your full attention to the speakers. FnB provided, first come, first serve. Please support us by: • Invite many friends as much as you can to join this community • You can invite students, IT professional or anyone who interested Thank You.

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  • Engineering Excellence!

    PRASMUL University

    Hi Folks Welcome 2019 and this is our first meetup in 2019. Join us with this new spirit. Engineering excellence is about delivering software you can be proud of. Great software has features supporting well articulated business and user needs. Having great features however is not enough. Quality characteristics such as usability, uptime and performance drive user satisfaction. Well thought through processes create an environment in which teams can not only deliver but also exceed user expectations. This meetup introduces continuous improvement process for assessing and driving engineering excellence. Here is our speakers Speakers 1. Ariya Hidayat, Former VP Engineering at Shape Security 2. Ferry Sutanto, CEO at G2Lab 3. Ifnu Bima, Head of Product at BBM Plan Rundown: 18.00 - 19.00: Registration 19:00 – 19:05: Opening address by SARCCOM and PRASMUL 19:10 - 19:40.: Session#1: Ariya Hidayat 19:40 - 20:10: Session#2: Ferry Sutanto 20:10 - 20:40.: Session#3: Ifnu Bima 20:40 - 21:00: Discussion Panel, Q n A 21:00 - End: Closing, Networking, Photo session This event is FREE. We don't want to limit the participants and we want to keep this high quality event FREE so please help us by attending the event with the intention to learn and have your full attention to the speakers. Please support us by: • Invite many friends as much as you can to join this community • You can invite students, IT professional or anyone who interested Thank You.

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  • [FREE WORKSHOP] Building Bots Whatsapp Using NodeJS and Serverless Framework

    COHIVE - Nissi Bintaro Campus - 1st Floor

    Hiiii, SARCCOM workshop is back.... For all members that keen to learn to build Whatsapp Bots, we have hands on workshop with "Freddy Munandar, Software Development Enthusiast." You can follow his twitter @FredEatWorld To follow this workshop you need to be: - Familiar with NodeJS - Able to use the terminal/command line on Windows / MacOS / Linux - Familiar with APIs - Has an active Amazon Web Service Account - Has an active Google Account - Bring your own laptop In this workshop you will use various technology to build Whatsapp Bots. Such as NodeJS, DialogFlow API, Serverless Framework, AWS Lambda, Google API, etc. Yes, there are many platform and technology provide drag and drop UI to build chatbot. But this is different, you need to make your hands dirty. :-) *Limited Seat This event is FREE. We don't want to limit the participants and we want to keep this high quality event FREE so please help us by attending the event with the intention to learn and have your full attention to the speakers. FnB provided, first come, first serve. Please support us by: • Invite many friends as much as you can to join this community • You can invite students, IT professional or anyone who interested Thank You.

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  • [FREE WORKSHOP] Create Social Media News Feed with React Native

    Hola Sarccom workshop is back.... For all members that keen to learn about react native, we have hands on workshop with Yadi Mulyadi, Frontend Engineer of Moladin. Prerequisite: 1. Have a basic react. 2. Install React https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/getting-started Come and Join Us. Trainer: Yadi Mulyadi - Frontend Engineer - Moladin Plan Rundown: 18.30 - 19:00 Registration 19:00 - 20:30 Workshop 20:30 - 21:00 Discussion, closing and photo session This event is FREE. We don't want to limit the participants and we want to keep this high quality event FREE so please help us by attending the event with the intention to learn and have your full attention to the speakers. FnB provided, first come, first serve. Please support us by: • Invite many friends as much as you can to join this community • You can invite students, IT professional or anyone who interested Thank You.

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  • [FREE WORKSHOP] Requirement Gathering Jump Start

    nissi bintaro campus

    Hola Sarccom workshop is back.... Please fill the RSVP confirmation form below https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfUssHrskWYUNmiw2oIHy9QyvlxpLc6Fbc4zJ6isfmvVHqf5Q/viewform There’s a common refrain that gets uttered at the end of unsuccessful projects: “The requirements weren’t clear.” Fingers start pointing, blame gets thrown around, and no one ends up happy. Thankfully, there’s a simple way to alleviate that problem, and it’s as obvious as it is challenging: requirements gathering. WHAT IS REQUIREMENTS GATHERING? Typically, requirements gathering (or “requirements elicitation”) refers specifically to the practice of defining software requirements, but really every project has requirements, from a new customer support platform to a remodeled kitchen. At its core, this is the process of understanding what you’re supposed to be building, and why you’re building it. This process often involves a set of activities including: 1. Requirements elicitation: getting business requirements from relevant stakeholders to understand user needs; 2. Requirements documentation: codifying that information in the form of user stories and feature specifications so they are accessible to the project team; 3. Requirements understanding: making sure everyone’s on the same page about what the heck you’re all trying to build. Come and Join Us. Trainer: Muhammad - COO - PT Arsitek Perangkat Lunak Indonesia (APLINDO) Plan Rundown: 18.30 - 19:00 Registration 19:00 - 20:30 Workshop 20:30 - 21:00 Discussion, closing and photo session This event is FREE. We don't want to limit the participants and we want to keep this high quality event FREE so please help us by attending the event with the intention to learn and have your full attention to the speakers. FnB provided, first come, first serve. Please support us by: • Invite many friends as much as you can to join this community • You can invite students, IT professional or anyone who interested Thank You.

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  • Software Architecture Conference 2018

    The Kasablanka Hall

    GET TICKET: https://conference.sarccom.org/ Big Discount 70% for 2 minimum order Coupon Code: PRIMESAC18 Big Discount 60% for 1 minimum order Coupon Code: COMSAC18 What's In For You? Fast-paced and practical, the Software Architecture Conference that aspiring software architects, engineers, and senior developers need. Topics Coverage Agile Design, Scalable Systems, Microservices, Evolutionary Architecture, Distributed Systems, Continuous Delivery, Service-Based Architecture, Design Principles, Soft Skills, Web Application Security, Enterprise Messaging, Data Architecture, Architecture Patterns, Cloud Architectures, Measuring and Profiling GET TICKET: https://conference.sarccom.org/ Big Discount 70% for 2 minimum order Coupon Code: PRIMESAC18 Big Discount 60% for 1 minimum order Coupon Code: COMSAC18 More info: https://conference.sarccom.org [masked]

  • JAVA Now And Future

    Centennial Tower

    Hola.... JAVA past, now and future still have many controversial especially about the license usage for many companies. We will put together for open discussion from oracle, redhat, Company that using java, Company that give services to open source java (OpenJDK), how they react of the changing of Java since Java move from Sun Microsystem to Oracle. Also how mature other alternative than Oracle JDK like OpenJDK to use in enterprise companies. Come and Join Us. Speakers: Jay Lee - Advisory Platform Architect - Pivotal Software, Inc Simon Ritter - Deputy CTO - Azul Systems, Inc Eryan Ariobowo - Senior Solution Architect (Middleware) - Redhat Guangwei Gao - Principal Sales Consultant - Oracle Lim Boon Jian - Master Principal Sales Consultant - Oracle Eko Kurniawan Khannedy - Senior Principal R&D Engineer - Blibli.com Deny (Jasoet) Prasetyo - Senior Software Engineer (GO PAY) - GO-JEK Nasrullah Rahmani - Senior Backend Engineer (BBM) - KMK Plan Rundown: 08:30 - 09:00 Registration 09:00 - 09:10 Opening BCA - SARCCOM 09:15 - 09:30 Story on Java - Oracle 09:35 - 10:15 Panel Praktisi - Eko Kurniawan Khannedy - Nasrullah Rahmani - Deny (Jasoet) Prasetyo - Eryan Ariobowo 10:20 - 11:00 Panel Principles - Guangwei Gao - Simon Ritter - Lim Boon Jian - Jay Lee 11:00 - 11:30 Break & Networking 11:35 - 12:00 Closing & Photo session This event is FREE. We don't want to limit the participants and we want to keep this high quality event FREE so please help us by attending the event with the intention to learn and have your full attention to the speakers. FnB provided, first come, first serve. Please support us by: • Invite many friends as much as you can to join this community • You can invite students, IT professional or anyone who interested Thank You.

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  • FinTech Behind The Scene Part-1

    Capital Place Jakarta Lantai 18

    Digital payment platforms have eased cashless transactions, and have been especially popular since several years back. These platforms are capable of making payments in online as well as in offline mode. However, their features differ and you should make the best use of them while making payments. And knowing digital payment behind the scene is required for tech people especially those working directly on digital payments. Here is our speakers Speakers: 1. Democratizing Cashless Payments in Indonesia - Darrick Rochili - Chief Innovation Officer and Technical Lead DANA.id 2. Evolusi Industri Pembayaran - Gito Nugroho - Solution Architect IBM Plan Rundown: 08:30 - 09:00 > Registration 09:00 - 09:15 > SARCCOM and DANA.id Opening 09:16 - 09:50 > Darrick Rochili - Chief Innovation Officer and Technical Lead DANA.id 09:51 - 10:35 > Gito Nugroho - Solution Architect IBM 10:36 - 11:00 > Panel Discussion 11.01 - End: Photo Session, Networking This event is FREE. We don't want to limit the participants and we want to keep this high quality event FREE so please help us by attending the event with the intention to learn and have your full attention to the speakers. Please support us by: • Invite many friends as much as you can to join this community • You can invite students, IT professional or anyone who interested Thank You.

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