Open Source Networking Meetup – Discovering CloudPower with IoT and API Economy

Hello! You are cordially invited to Open Source Networking Meetup. In this Networking Meetup, we have invited honorary guests from IBM giving an introduction and demonstrations on building various applications including Internet of Things (IoT) on IBM Bluemix platform. Bluemix, awarded the Best Cloud Development Platform by ComputerWorld [2] in 2015, is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) supporting open source applications. This is a great opportunity for you to learn how IoT applications are built and how API are run on cloud, and also an excellent opportunities to chat and network with other applications developers in Hong Kong. Refreshment and alcoholic beverages will be served in the meetup.

Open Source Hong Kong starts to manage attendance records and to issue attendance certificates to its members for professional development. For enquiry, please email to [email protected].

Please find the event details as follow:

Date: 23 September 2015, Wednesday.
Time: 7:00-9:00pm
(Reception starts at 6:45pm with Refreshment and alcoholic beverages)
Venue: The Hub co-working space
Address: 1F, Fortune Building,150-158 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai. (1-min walk from Exit A1, Wan Chai MTR Station) (Location)
Target Audiences: Applications developers who are interested in building software & mobile applications on cloud and learning more about IoT and API Economy.
Number of Participants: 30.

7:00pm Introduction of IBM Bluemix
7:15pm Exploring
7:30pm StrongLoop to Power the API Economy
8:00pm Hands-on Demo: Bluemix IoT Zone with Python and iOS Devices
8:30pm Open Networking and Discussions

– Open Source Hong Kong (OSHK)
– Hong Kong Creative Open Technology Association (HKCOTA)

– Chung Lam, Client Technical Professional, IBM Cloud
– Eric Yu, Performance Marketing Manager

Event Sponsor: IBM HK

Sammy Fung

Sammy is the President and Founder of Open Source Hong Kong. He is also the founder of the Open Platform Society. In 2022, He become a board member of the GNOME Foundation and a fellow member of the Python Software Foundation.

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