Are you a software or application developer, join us for this hands-on experience to manage your Cloud way with Oracle Cloud.
Join the Hackathon challenge to develop an application using any of the Oracle Cloud offerings — Java, Database, Developer & Mobile Cloud services and get the chance to be a co-founder of a start-up company fully supported and funded by multinational organizations.
Oracle will cover:
- Database as a Service key principles
- Using the Oracle Database Cloud Service
- Migrating databases to the cloud and back
- Cloud databases from the DBA and developer perspectives
- Java & Cloud Services
The Hackathon: During the experience, develop an application using any of the Oracle Cloud offerings – Java, Database, Developer & Mobile Cloud services and get the chance of grabbing exciting prizes.
KCB will incubate the winning Application idea from prototype to market launch and use their market reach and expertise to drive it to success.
- Dates: Oct 4 – 7, 2016
- Time: 8:30 AM – 5:00 Pm
- Venue: KCB Leadership Center, Karen
Don’t miss this once in a life time experience and book your place now!
Participants should bring their own laptops to connect to the workshop environment. Laptops must be able to access the internet via Oracle Wi-Fi and be configurable for SSL/VPN (instructions and a test will be provided).
Primary and high school students on holiday were treated to a one of a kind boot camp at @iLabAfrica between the 22nd and 26th of April 2014. The boot camp aimed at sparking interest in ICT and introducing innovation and mobile programming among the youngsters at an early age. The students also received motivational talks and career guidance during the boot camp. The talks were given by representatives from leading IT firms in the country. These included Veronicah Ogeto and David Tole from Safaricom, George Gichobi from Samsung and Michael Mutiga from Fatboy Animations. The training was conducted by Moses Weda from @iLabAfrica.
The boot-camp was attended by students from Makini Primary School, Makini High School and High Way Secondary School. They were introduced to the world of 3d game programming using java where they learnt how to create 3d animated stories, movies and games.
@iLabAfrica intends to continue with programs and activities that exposed innovation and ICT to students at an early age.