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TechScape 2024 – Hyderabad Edition is here!

TechScape 2024 presents an engaging and distinct approach to learning and networking. It focuses on community building and the exchange of ideas through in-depth discussions. This time, we’re exploring the intersection of AI and Java development. Get ready for interactive sessions, cutting-edge insights on AI-powered Java engineering, and establish valuable connections with the Java community.

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HYDERABAD

Date

July 27, 2024

Time

9:00am onwards

Venue

EPAM Systems, 11th Floor, Orwell 3, Salarpuria Sattva Knowledge City

Key Highlight of the Session

Speaker Session

Mary Grygleski

AI Practice Lead, Technical Advocate, Java Champion, President of Chicago-JUG, Chapter Co-Lead of AICamp-Chicago.

Exploring Java's Streaming Capability to Implement Multi-Agentic Workflow GenAI Systems

We'll cover the architectural framework, integration techniques, and real-world examples showcasing Java's potential in transforming GenAI workflows. Join us to uncover how Java streams can revolutionize your AI projects and push the boundaries of innovation.

Agenda

Theme - AI-Powered Java Engineers

Topic: The Fast Lane: AI-Enhanced Developer Ecosystem 

Speaker: Varma Datla, Chief Software Engineer, EPAM Systems

Agenda:
This session explores the revolutionary world of AI-powered developer tools like GitHub, Copilot, and ChatGPT, along with other exciting alternatives. Discover how AI can become your coding copilot, automating repetitive tasks, generating suggestions, and possibly improving your efficiency. We’ll also delve into how these tools can help enhance code hygiene with improved code coverage and simplified logic. Join us as we navigate the exciting intersection of AI and software development, showcasing how these innovative tools can drive not only technical excellence but also fuel your business success.

Topic: Use Cases of AI Architecture 

Speaker: Murali Rudraraju, Solution Architect, EPAM Systems

Agenda: 
This session offers a comprehensive exploration of the key components of AI architecture, providing a framework for building and deploying successful AI solutions within organizations. Attendees will delve into the four core areas: business understanding, data acquisition and understanding, modelling, and development and deployment. Through practical examples and case studies, this session will equip attendees with the knowledge and insights needed to design and implement robust AI architectures that drive business value and innovation. Attendees will leave with a holistic understanding of the essential elements required to successfully integrate AI systems, from aligning initiatives with strategic goals to addressing ethical and regulatory considerations.

Topic: Exploring Java’s Streaming Capability to Implement Multi-Agentic Workflow GenAI Systems

Influencer Speaker: Mary Grygleski, AI Practice Lead, Technical Advocate, Java Champion, President of Chicago-JUG, Chapter Co-Lead of AICamp-Chicago. 

Agenda:
Dive into the power of Java’s streaming capabilities in implementing multi-agentic workflow systems for generative AI applications. This talk explores how Java streams can orchestrate multiple AI agents, enhancing efficiency, scalability, and creativity. We’ll cover the architectural framework, integration techniques, and real-world examples showcasing Java’s potential in transforming GenAI workflows. Join us to uncover how Java streams can revolutionize your AI projects and push the boundaries of innovation.

Speakers

Mary Grygleski

AI Practice Lead, Technical Advocate

Mary is a Java Champion, and the AI Practice Lead at Callibrity, a consulting firm based in Ohio.  She started as an engineer in Unix/C, then transitioned to Java around 2000 and has never looked back since then.  After 20+ years of being a software engineer and technical architect, she discovered her true passion in developer and customer advocacy.  Most recently she has serviced companies of various sizes such as IBM, US Cellular, Bank of America, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, in topic areas that included Java, GenAI, Streaming systems, Open source, Cloud and Distributed messaging systems.   She is also a very active tech community leader outside of her day job.  She is the President of the Chicago Java Users Group (CJUG), and the Chicago Chapter Co-Lead for AICamp.

Murali Rudraraju

Solution Architect, EPAM Systems

Solution Architect at EPAM with over 20 years of expertise in enterprise application architecture and software engineering. He’s passionate about sharing knowledge, promoting collaboration, and fostering innovation, especially within developer communities and at engineering events. His experience spans various domains, including Banking, Payments, Telecom, and Healthcare.

Varma Datla

Chief Software Engineer, EPAM Systems

A seasoned software engineer at EPAM Systems. Boasts years of experience crafting innovative solutions across industries like Travel, Healthcare, and Media. His passion extends beyond coding, which goes from mentoring teams to creating collaborative environment for knowledge sharing. Varma actively participates and speaks in events for aiming at nurturing developer communities.

Seating at the event is limited. Selected attendees for the conference will receive an invite with a QR code which they will need to show at the conference registration desk. Kindly oblige.

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