You can build solutions on development platforms at TechGig competition
Fifth edition of coding competition, Geek Goddess, will be held on November 8 in Bengaluru. Geek Goddess 2019 will host six themes, based on technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), robotic process automation (RPA)...
The competition will be held in Bengaluru on November 8.
Geek Goddess 2019 will host six themes, based on technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), robotic process automation (RPA) and cloud.
For instance, Cloudify Everything would need participants to provide a data science-based solution leveraging Azure ML services or AWS Sagemaker.
This hackathon theme has got more than 4,403 registrations.
TechGig, a Times Internetbacked platform for IT professionals, conducts the annual coding challenge to find the best women coders in the country, in a bid to improve representation of women in the field of technology, it said in a statement.
Times Internet is part of the Times Group, which also publishes The Economic Times.
The other theme, RPA Hackathon, received more than 5,824 registrations. This would test participants’ skills on RPA by using artificial intelligence to build a bot which can make a ground-breaking contribution for social causes.
“This year, we added a unique opportunity of trying out a bouquet of technologies like AI, ML, Cloud to formulate solutions and the contestants try these with much enthusiasm. We have got a good response for progressive technologies (such) as RPA, which are being widely used in the industry today," said Ram Awasthi, vice president, Technology, Times Internet. "The problem statements for different themes have been posted by companies (such) as Automation Anywhere, Hexaware Technologies, American Express and others. The participants here are getting to work on business challenges.”