Any Information Technologies or related major current student or graduate; from public or private universities in Guanacaste.
Any Information Technologies or related major professionals from Guanacaste.
* You'll be asked to provide documents for verification.
You must have your own equipment (computer and anything else you need) and internet access.
You must have basic knowledge in Git and repository management
You must use open source or licensed tools. No piracy please ;)
You can send your application by registering here from June 1st to June 14th. There will be space for 35 teams only!
Not at all. This event is completely free for all participants.
The challenge email will be sent in June 22nd at 10:00am. After you get the email, you can start programming.
The review period and the award ceremony will be in UTN in June 24th starting at 8:00am.
Junior participants (0-3* years of experience): 36 hours.
Intermediate participants (3-6* years of experience): 24 hours.
Senior participants (6+ years of experience): 24 hours.
We allow teams of up to three members. You can also participate individually if you want.
Just remember, teamwork is a valuable skill! And it will probably be more fun to compete with friends.
Keep in mind, you should not use content that is copyrighted, or protected, unless you have permissions to. We recommend you to use only Open Source licenses and products.
We can't tell you yet but we guarantee they will be awesome.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will clarify all your questions.
Data Ingest, Cleansing and Storage.
Machine Learning (e.g. prediction of product quality).
Speech: Speech Recognition, Speaker Recognition, Speech to Text, Text to Speech. Amazon Echo y Google Home for practical exercises.
Language: Language Classifier.
Knowledge: Recommendation Engine, Knowledge Exploration.
Automatic assessment tools (sizing, complexity).
Conversion tools (e.g. MVC to Microservices).
Cloud on monitoring platforms.
Hybrid cloud monitoring.
Multi-cloud monitoring (e.g. monitor multiple cloud environments from the same or different vendors).
Alerting systems (e.g. budget, size, malicious activity).
Improvements on performance, load, stress and security testing.
Automatic infrastructure provisioning.
Automatic test data generation.
Automatic tests generation and execution.
Automatic test data generation
Testing in IoT: What services and how to provide them for IoT application testing.
Nest and SmartThings: APIs where some interconnection between devices could be performed.
Beacons or some other sensor already available in the market that allows us to use platforms like AWS IoT.