25 Nov

Spectrum Engineering is planning to visite Conference at TCF

    Our company will be present in 12th Annual IEEE/ACM IT Professional Conference at TCF (2017)

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    The Trenton Computer Festival (TCF) is the nation’s longest running personal computer show and it is being held at The College of New Jersey. For the tenth year, the Trenton Computer Festival is extending its program to provide Information Technology and computer professionals with an additional day of conference. It is intended, in an economical way, to provide attendees with insight and information pertinent to their jobs, and to keep them informed of emerging technologies that could impact their work.

    The IT Professional Conference will be run between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM on Friday, March 17, 2017 with additional sessions on Saturday, March 18. 


    IEEE Information Technology Professional Conference at The College of New Jersey, Ewing Township, NJ

    Friday, March 17th, 2017 at 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

    Admission (Advanced Purchase Tickets below)
    Advance Purchase Tickets: Students and Senior Citizens:$ 35.00
    Advance Purchase Tickets: Professionals:$125.00
    At the door: Students, Senior Citizens, and Professionals$150.00
    Note: Admission includes continental breakfast, lunch, and admission to the main Festival on Saturday.
    The IT Professional Conference is is co-sponsored by the IEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Computer Society Chapter of Princeton / Central Jersey, and the Princeton Chapter of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).

    Special Features:
    A facilitated networking session will be conducted at lunch to allow attendees to meet and get to know each other and door prizes!Click here for the Call for Speakers for the 2017 ConferenceLast Year’s 2016 Speakers
    DevelopmentTechnology & SecurityProfessional Development & Management
    Keeping Personal Data Out Of Hackers’ Hands
    Scott N. Schober
    Models and Strategies for Effective Cybersecurity Spending
    Bill Agresti
    Building Realtime Web Apps with Angular and Meteor
    Michael Redlich
    Hosting: A comparison of leased servers, cloud hosting and IaaS, with a focus on Amazon Web Services
    Steve Saporta
    BDD and Continuous Testing in DevOps Era
    Rajkumar J. Bhojan
    High-Performance Web-Enabled Systems – An asynchronous, reactive, and data-driven, approach
    Enzo Alda & Monica Figuera
    Opportunities in Cybersecurity
    Jane LeClair & Denise Pheils
    Architecture in an Agile World
    Dennis Mancl
    Software as a Service (SaaS)
    Fredrick Dande
    Architecting and Evaluating Discrete Integration Services in the Advancements of Digital Technologies of an Enterprise
    Vikas S. Shah
    An Algorithmic Solution for the “Hair Ball” Problem in Data Visualization
    Khalid H. Alnafisah
    Big Data Market Research, in Today’s Economy
    Donald Hsu
    FIRST Robotics: The Farm Team for Tech
    Joe Levy
    Automated Surveillance System for Oil/Gas Pipeline Infrastructure Protection
    Vijayan K. Asari
    Applying Machine Learning Techniques to Improve Quality
    Richard F. Eng
    Industry, Academia, and Entrepreneurship: Insights from Riding the Metaphorical 3D See-saw
    Nikhil Yadav

    Admission includes all Friday talks, a Continental Breakfast and Lunch,  admission extended Saturday (March 18) talks, admission to the general TCF festival on Saturday (March 18). Tickets purchased at the door are $150 (Students, Seniors and Professionals).

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