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IEEE/ACM Information Technology Professional Conference on Friday March 20, 2020

15th Annual IEEE/ACM IT Professional Conference at TCF (2020)

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The Trenton Computer Festival (TCF) is the nation's longest running personal computer show and it is being held at The College of New Jersey. For the fifteenth year, the Trenton Computer Festival is extending its program to provide Information Technology and computer professionals with an additional day of conference. It is intended, in an economical way, to provide attendees with insight and information pertinent to their jobs, and to keep them informed of emerging technologies that could impact their work.

The IT Professional Conference will be run between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM on Friday, March 20, 2020 with additional sessions on Saturday, March 21. 

IEEE Information Technology Professional Conference at The College of New Jersey, Ewing Township, NJ

Friday, March 20th, 2020 at 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Admission (Advanced Purchase Tickets below)
Advance Purchase Tickets: Students and Senior Citizens: $ 40.00
Advance Purchase Tickets: Professionals: $135.00
At the door: Students, Senior Citizens, and Professionals $150.00
Note: Admission includes continental breakfast, lunch, and admission to the main Festival on Saturday.

The IT Professional Conference is is co-sponsored by the IEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Computer Society Chapter of Princeton / Central Jersey, and the Princeton Chapter of the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).


Registration will open in 2020 ...

Special Features: A facilitated networking session will be conducted at lunch to allow attendees to meet and get to know each other and door prizes!

Last Year's 2019 Speakers


Track
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
Requirements Engineering for contract-based systems
By Brian Berenbach
Building Microservices with Micronaut, A Full-Stack JVM-Based Framework
By Michael Redlich
A Bachelor’s Degree in Cybersecurity
By Donna Schaeffer and Patrick Olson
ZenSheet
By Enzo Alda & Javier Lopez
Software Design Heuristics
By Dennis Mancl
Super Containers: Unikernels and Virtual Machines
By Brad Whitehead
Digital Forensics and Your Business
By Rebecca Mercuri
DevOps for Large Monolithic Tightly Coupled Software Architectures
By Richard Eng
Robotic Process Automation
By Jyothi Salibindla
Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency better than Gold?
By Donald Hsu
The Potential and Risks of Working with Conversation Agents
By Biplav Srivastava
Building a cloud-based serverless Space Invaders game
By Fabian Martins
Residents Aware Network for Intelligent Assistance to Enable Aging-in-Place
By Ramana Reddy
Transforming IBM Research Application Development
By Mike Sava
Homes sold the blockchain way - Future of mortgage origination
By Dev Bhattacharyya
The 5 Phases of Penetration Testing
By Randall Cole
Current IT Issue Sharing
A networking & sharing session
Lead by David Soll
 


Admission includes all Friday talks, a Continental Breakfast and Lunch,  admission extended Saturday (March 20) talks, admission to the general TCF festival on Saturday (March 21). Tickets purchased at the door are $150 (Students, Seniors and Professionals). 


IT Professional Conference * Seminars * Networking Session * Demonstrations

Last Update on March 29, 2019