PLAN TO ATTEND: Google Cloud Next Extended 2017: Techmosphere to host event in Calabar

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Efio-Ita Nyok|9 March 2017
A Calabar, Cross River-based information technology hub, Techmosphere (formerly known and referred to as TechHiveNG), which has acquired the right to host the Google Cloud Next Extended 2017 event will be organising the said San Francisco-based programme come Friday 10th and Saturday 11th March at Marina Resort in Cross River State capital city NegroidHaven can authoritatively inform.
According to the website cloudnext.withgoogle.com, ‘Next ’17 is about new ideas. Learning from industry experts, engaging with peers for an immersive event that brings together senior executives, customers, partners, developers, IT decision makers, and Google Engineers to build the future of the cloud. Attendees can choose from over 200 sessions on Google Cloud Platform, G Suite, Maps, Devices, and more.’
According to the organisers of the event in Calabar, ‘The Google Cloud Next ’17 Extended Calabar will be hosted through a two day activity, including getting new ideas through Tech Talks, participants will learn from industry experts in Physical Computing, Software Development and Engineering, Multimedia and Content Development as well as engage with peers in our community and enabling them realise the opportunities for employment and engagement in Digital Communications and Technology’. 
The topical considerations, the speakers and their organisations are as follows:
*Building Enterprise Solutions —Mr Ikemefuna Okonkwo – (Andela Lead Software Engineer)
*Contemporary Challenges in Information Technology and Engineering —By Mr Ido, Aniedi (Australia Base IT Support Engineer)
*Using Cloud Computing for Augmented Memory: the Remembrance Agent Prof. Rose Margaret, Ohlen College, USA
*Future of Cloud Computing in Nigeria; ZERO TO APP: Live coding an app with Firebase and GCP by Mr Jude Ben (Share Cube)
*Connecting The World With Internet OF Things (IOT)- Mr Olubunmi Ekundare
(Country Manager, Intel Nigeria)�
*Securing Data in Google Cloud Platform —By Mr. Omobayode Abe
*The Business Of Software Development; Hostile Takeover – Mr Leke Ojukutu (CEO Vogue Pay)
*Cloud Computing for Higher Education – Noah Godwin (BBN Place)
*The New Media and Society; the Catalyst For Revolution –
 Panellists:
– Ifeanyi Ndiomewese, Lead Venture Analyst (Techpoint.ng)
– Iquo Okon, Publisher (Trill and Thrives Magazine)
– Efio-Ita Nyok, Publisher (www.negroidhaven.org)
– Owokere, Asuquo Engineer (Mobile Etcetera).
There will be what is referred to as Marketplace Of Ideas (COCKTAIL PARTY).
This feature will avail participants the opportunity to engage with company CEOs and representatives. As well as the
the opportunity to position your company. ‘A clear understanding of investors needs and insights on successful solution implementations,
unlimited Networking opportunities to every Investor, guest and participant etc’. 
Ticket for this cocktail party is N1000 only.
As a way of introduction, Techmosphere “is an independent conclave of technology savvies comprising outstanding young individuals poised towards improving the state of technology in Nigeria. As a community, TechHive harnesses the audacious individual core proficiencies of software developers, hardware engineers, network experts, techpreneurs, idea incubators, bloggers, enthusiasts, and thought-leaders amongst others.
‘With its headquarters in Calabar, Cross River State TechHive Community aspires to impact society by catalysing
and enhancing both individually and collectively, fresh ideas, and innovative solutions to Nigeria’s most pressing challenges. Members will be engaged in projects related particularly to challenges identified in their local community. This explains why our community objectives revolve around -idea Incubation and Execution.
‘This Community hosted the first ever Code Calabar Conference in partnership with high profile global Tech companies like Microsoft Nigeria, The Future Project, Technovation Indecent, Andela and also in commemoration of the 2016 edition of the Computer Science Education Week where the Community taught over 200 school children resident in the state how to code for free in an Hour of Code. The essence
was to get youngsters acquainted with modern technology and how they are made.’
Efio-Ita Nyok
Is a Blogger, the Editor & Publisher of NegroidHaven.org