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18 Jun 2017 Summary of Upcoming South Florida IT Events [64188]
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18 Jun 2017 Android & Mobile Development Workshop [64200]
Monday, June 19th, 2017: 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM

TK2 Coding Bootcamp - Boca Raton

Take a dive into the world of Android & mobile development. Learn the fundamentals and create a functioning calculator in this 2-day program.

On Monday & Wednesday, spend your evenings with TK2 Academy for a hands-on workshop covering all things Android. Each class will run from 5:30pm-8:30pm and cover a different step of the development process. Price will cover all 2 days of the workshop.

Ashley Marie Taylor, Donnavan Kirk, Shukri AboTteen
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18 Jun 2017 Monthly FLUX (South Florida Linux Users Group) Meetup [64205]
Tuesday, June 20th, 2017: 6:00 PM to 8:45 PM

Nova Southeastern University - Carl DeSantis Building

FLUX is meetup group for IT Professionals who use Linux, UNIX or UNIX like Operating systems including: Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu (and other Linux distros.), MacOS, AIX, Solaris, HP-UX, Android/Chrome.

John J. McLaughlin
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02 Jun 2017 World Community Grid Taps IBM Cloud to Help Accelerate Research into Global Humanitarian Challenges [63962]
IBM, June 2nd 2017

Adopting IBM Cloud boosts efficiency of crowdsourced volunteer computing program used by scientists for health and sustainability research

IBM announced that World Community Grid, an IBM philanthropic initiative which allows anyone with a computer or Android device to contribute to scientific discovery, has migrated to IBM Cloud as it continues to grow and further its mission to support cutting-edge research into important global humanitarian issues.

World Community Grid has adopted IBM Cloud for 100 percent of its infrastructure, including the infrastructure that prepares the researchers' data sets, distributes tasks to volunteer devices, validates and aggregates the results and returns the data to the researchers. This system manages the workflow of the approximately 2.5 million virtual experiments performed by World Community Grid volunteers every day from more than 3.4 million devices.
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28 May 2017 Biz Explorer w/ Andrew Steps [63625]
Tuesday, May 30th, 2017: 6:30 PM to ...

Palm Beach Tech Space

Introduction to Instant Mobile Apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS - Learn how to build Instant Mobile Apps with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. In this session, we will build and deploy a real mobile app. At the end of this session, you will be able to run it on your phone: iOS or Android. Also, I will show how to do back-end processing with Node.js and AWS Lambda.

Jeremy "Jermbo" Lawson, Adnan Dado Kljuco, Damian Montero, Dang, Joseph Russo, Stephanie Buzano, Victor Carreno
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