Hack Talks is a one day high-tech conference with the most amazing workshops and top notch keynotes from the bleeding edge of technology.
The workshops are interactive sessions where you have a possibility to learn and try new technologies guided by industry-leaders. There will be wireless internet and power for charging your laptops. Seating is assigned by first-come first-served basis.
Modern development pipeline using containers and cloud
How's and why's of setting up a modern node/react-based development pipeline for continuous deployment. A hands-on exercise on how to get a quick start to a development setup including best practices, container technologies and automated testing. This session will tangibly describe the tools and practices necessary for producing modern, high-quality software products quickly and efficiently.
Marko Klemetti - CTO @ Eficode
Alexa Skill Development
Alexa is the speech and personal assistant technology that powers Amazon Echo. It can be used to listen music, check weather and traffic, answer questions, control household devices and much more. In this workshop you’ll get a hands-on introduction to Amazon Alexa and its ecosystem, and you’ll learn how to build Alexa skill from scratch. You'll create Alexa skill by programming AWS Lambda function in Node.js, you'll store skill data in DynamoDB database and you'll learn how to use SSML (Speech Synthesis Markup Language). Target audience for this workshop are developers who would like to extend their knowledge in order to be able to develop and publish skills for Alexa.
Goran Vuksic - Solution Architect @ Agnitio
Running data science pipelines on the GPU using RAPIDS
RAPIDS is a set of open-source libraries enabling you to run data science pipelines entirely on the GPU with familiar Python interfaces. By tapping into the parallelism of GPUs, RAPIDS not only accelerates training of data science models but also speeds up common data preparation tasks resulting into faster iteration of your pipelines. In this workshop, you will learn how to get up to speed with RAPIDS as we interactively explore data ingestion and preparation as well as model training and inference using realistic examples.
Tuomas Rintamäki - Deep learning engineer @ NVIDIA
How to create leading intelligent software with aito.ai
Aito.ai is like a database or search engine, but for AI operations. It allows you to integrate AI as easy as you would integrate SQL queries. In the workshop, we will make “dumb” grocery store webshop, build on Node.js and React, smart and turn it into a 1-minute shopping experience.
Antti Rauhala - Co-Founder & Chief Data Scientist @ aito.ai
|12:00 - 13:00||Registration & VIP Lunch|
|13:00 - 14:30||
AI trackRunning data science pipelines on the GPU using RAPIDS
Cloud trackModern development pipeline using containers and cloud
|14:30 - 15:00||Break|
|15:00 - 16:30||
AI trackHow to create leading intelligent software with aito.ai
Cloud trackAlexa Skill Development
|16:30 - 17:30||Evening registration & lounge|
|17:30 - 19:30||Michael Slater
|19:30 - 20:00||Break|
|20:00 - 21:00||Ines Montani
Last year’s event gathered together 800 tech enthusiasts for an evening of keynotes about web and graphics.
Hack Talks is organized at Kulttuuritalo. The address is Sturenkatu 4. 00510 Helsinki.
Food and drinks are available for purchase throughout the event. One free drink ticket is provided for all participants.
It is next to Linnanmäki Amusement Park, near the Helsinki city centre, and benefits from good traffic links. Tram lines 1, 3 and 9 all pass the Helsinki Hall of Culture. Bus 23 from the Rautatientori square and Pasila station runs to and from the facilities.
The venue doesn't have available parking lots, so please arrive with public transportation.