As the ATMECS tag line goes, we stand for Innovation. ATMECS teams have been working on cutting edge technologies and have been in the forefront of evangelizing the same across the industry. To promote the culture and spirit of innovation, ATMECS conducts technical events like meetups and hackathons.
Hackathon – Conversational Bots
Hackathons provide a platform for those who have a high amount of passion to express themselves and showcase their capabilities to a wide audience. ATMECS executed BOT challenge like a Hackathon.
- Participants identified the problems in three specific areas - FinTech, Enterprise & Federal/Government services.
- Participants have proposed solutions for the identified problems.
- Judges Panel - Three judges, a CTO of a ChatBOT company, a Technology evangelist and Technical Delivery manager.
- Out of all the presentations, judges have picked three, and they were awarded with cash prizes.
Speaker: Mr. Mohammad Azmal
Meetup – Unity 3D Game Programming using C#
DescriptionUnity3D is a powerful cross-platform 3D Game engine and a user friendly development environment. Easy enough for the beginner and powerful enough for the expert, Unity should interest anybody who wants to easily create 3D games.
- Introduction to Unity 3D Games.
- Assets and Components.
- Game Objects and 3D Models.
- Live demo.
Speaker: Mr. Nagaraj Nookala
Meetup – Automate IT Infrastructure using Chef
DescriptionThe Aim of this session is to introduce the basic architecture of chef and give an overview on basic concepts of chef. Chef is a powerful automation platform that transforms infrastructure into code. Whether you’re operating in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid environment, Chef automates how infrastructure is configured, deployed, and managed across your network, no matter its size.
- Chef Architecture
- Workstation setup
- Chef Node setup
- Knife command utility
- Attributes, Roles and DataBags
Speaker: Mr. Srikrishna Sadula
Meetup – Virtual Reality Basics
DescriptionVirtual reality (VR) is a powerful technology that promises to change our lives unlike any other. By artificially stimulating our senses, our bodies become tricked into accepting another version of reality. VR is like a waking dream that could take place in a magical cartoon-like world, or could transport us to another part of the Earth or universe. It is the next step along a path that includes many familiar media, from paintings to movies to video games. We can even socialize with people inside of new worlds, either of which could be real or artificial. Engineering background of all this magic is worth knowing.
- Introduction and About Components
- Geometry of Virtual World, Light and optics
- Physiology of Human Vision
- Visual perception & Rendering
- Motion in Real and virtual worlds
- Tracking, Interaction & Audio
- Evaluating VR systems and experiences
Speaker: Mr. Ramesh Godishela
Meetup – Microservices
DescriptionLearn to decompose and manage monolithic applications as microservices.
- Microservices definition
- Monolithic vs Microservices
- The evolution of microservices
- 12 Factor Methodology
- Monolithic App creation demo
- Intro to Kubernetes
- Understand Kubernetes resources (pods,replicasets,services,deployments)
- Microservice creation and manage with Kuberentes demo
Speaker: Mr. Anjaneyu Vara Prasad
Meetup – Docker Datacenter
DescriptionThe concept of container based virtualization using Docker Datacenter.
- Creating Docker Images
- Introduction to Docker Container
- Explaining about Docker Engine
- Storing Docker images in Docker Trusted Registry
- Creating Docker Engine with Docker Machine tool
- Creating Docker Cluster with Docker Swarm
- Linking Containers with Docker Compose
Speaker: Mrs. Spoorthy Neravetla
Meetup – Build tools – Ant & Maven
DescriptionWhy and How to automate application builds using Apache ANT and Apache Maven tools.
- Today’s scenario of Build tools in the Configuration Management workspace.
- Working, usage of ANT and Maven.
- Dependency management using Maven repositories.
- Configuring Nexus Repository for Maven.
- Structure of Build.xml and pom.xml
- Build.xml and pom.xml files of a real-time project.
- Major differences between ANT and Maven.
- How and Why Maven stands out over other tools.
Speaker: Mr. Krishna Kishore Varigonda
Meetup – eXtreme Programming
DescriptionExtreme Programming is one of the Agile software development methodologies. XP is a lightweight, efficient, low-risk, flexible, predictable, scientific, and fun way to develop a software. eXtreme Programming (XP) was conceived and developed to address the specific needs of software development by small teams in the face of vague and changing requirements.
- What is and Why Extreme Programming?
- The core values of Extreme Programming
- Roles & Activities in Extreme Programming
- Extreme Programming Practices
- Solutions of XP for SE problems
- Core differences between XP and Scrum
- Choosing Agile methodology - Which methodology is to follow