COUNTDOWN TO EDIT 2017!
Comtrade’s annual IT summer school EDIT (Education for Innovative Thinkers) will run for two weeks from 17 – 28 July 2017 in six cities in South East Europe.
Now in its 21st year, EDIT will give young IT enthusiasts the chance to explore the latest technology trends such as the Internet of things (IoT), smart chat bots, customer engagement platforms and security analytics.
Through lectures, hands-on work and group projects, students will gain valuable experience, put their academic knowledge into practice and get a taste of working at Comtrade.
EDIT 2017 Locations & Topics (17 -28 July 2017)
Campus Slovenia and Campus for international students:
Ljubljana: Hacking the hackers with security incidents insights & analytics
Maribor: Smart chat bots for customer communication
Belgrade: User Experience in the IoT World
Kragujevac: User Experience in the IoT World
Campus Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Sarajevo: Shaping the future of travel with chat bots
Banja Luka: Alexa, open my IoT world
This year, EDIT will explore the ways of using next-generation technologies to improve customer experience and address various business challenges.
Students will get down to the nitty-gritty of modern digital tools to learn how today’s organizations extract value out of these solutions.
As a professional, one should stand behind the code that he/she writes and guarantee that it is working once it is out and the way to do that is to test it. By now most of the developers have heard about unit testing frameworks and when we look at an example it is trivial and easy to understand. The problem is when we try to write it in production code we often fail. During this talk, we will point out a few things that make code untestable and try to demonstrate ways to overcome these issues. About the Lecturer: Aleksandar Dostic finished Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Sarajevo. He’s been working last 6 years on a software solution for speeding up and automation of the deployment process and auto-provisioning of virtual machines mainly in Java. As a speaker, he was invited to the University of Groningen and JavaCro Conference to present a solution for fast deployment of different service versions, on the complex private cloud environment.
The 21st EDIT IT Summer School marked another successful two weeks where students in six regional cities were able to get hand-on work experience by working on real life projects. More than 100 students from technology universities attended this year’s EDIT in Ljubljana, Maribor, Belgrade, Kragujeva...