10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
✓ Session 1: Beyond Java 8
The launch of Java 8 has revolutionalized the way developers work and the nitty Java concepts and workarounds they deploy.
Mr. Rahul Gupta as took us along the journey beyond Java 8, unwrapping the new avatar of Java. As Oracle announced its new licensing and release cycle, Rahul also discussed this new licensing model, the release cycles and tried elaborating the impact of the same. The session also touched some key features which will change the way we develop Java applications.
Elaborating the scope and vision 'Beyond Java 8' covering all the well-defined concepts for the mentioned Java version was the agenda for this session.
Duration: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
11:30 AM - 11:40 AM
✓ Session 2: Design Patterns using Functional Programming
Hemant Kumar Tewtia
Hemant Kumar Tewtia enlightened the audience with 'Design Patterns using Functional Programming'. He aimed at the overview of functional programming and applying object-oriented design patterns in new, concise and innovative functional ways. After an introduction to new functional design patterns, he introduced the Java functional library.
Duration: 11:40 AM - 12:30 PM
12:30 PM - 12:45 PM
✓ Session 3: The use of Fuzzy logic
Ever wondered how the named organizations such as the NASA or the ISRO manage satellite or aircraft altitudes? Or how do the wealthy stockbrokers manage your stock prices in the stock market?
Well, it's all but a wonderful play around the Fuzzy logic theory and its applications in real life.
A unique session on fuzzy logic theory courtesy our speaker, Ms. Tanya Sah, she displayed an introductory session on fuzzy logic and its application in the forecasting of time series algorithm.
Fuzzy theory is an intellectual quest in which the philosophy of mathematics: abstraction and idealization are combined. The fuzzy set theory provides a strict mathematical framework in which a vague conceptual phenomenon can be precisely and rigorously studied. It can also be considered as a modeling language well suited for situations in which fuzzy relations, criteria, and phenomena exist. The concept of fuzzy logic introduced by L. Zadeh forms a bridge between the two areas of qualitative and quantitative modeling, which can be considered as a set of qualitative linguistic rules. It is a powerful problem-solving methodology with a myriad of applications in embedded control and information processing. Fuzzy provides a remarkably simple way to draw definite conclusions from vague, ambiguous or imprecise information. In a sense, fuzzy logic resembles human decision making with its ability to work from approximate data and to find precise solutions.
Duration: 12:45 PM - 01:30 PM
Networking (post 1:30 PM)