Bluepoint Foundation, in cooperation with Saudi Investment Group & Marketing (SIGMA) and Asia Pacific Networking Group (APNG), successfully held the 2nd Summer Geek Camp from April 17 to 19, 2009 at the Loreland Farm Resort in Antipolo City.
Taking off from the success of our 1st camp in Tagaytay last year, Summer Geek Camp 2009 was an Enterprise 2.0 boot camp for software developers, system & network administrators, and information managers. It was also a local APNG camp.
Web 2.0 technologies and techniques like wikis, blogs, tagging, social networks and mashups have entered the workplace - breaking down information boundaries and providing greater collaboration for the enterprise.
Participants learned the fundamentals of how their organizations can leverage Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing to increase productivity, grow revenues, spur innovation, and lower costs.
Senior Technologists including CIOs, CTOs, VPs of technology, IT directors and managers, network and storage managers, network engineers, enterprise architects, communications and networking specialists, directors of infrastructure.
|According to a research whitepaper by IDC, a global provider of market intelligence, instant messaging is set to replace email as the preferred form of business communication by the second half of 2010.Participants learned how to build their own Linux-based, enterprise-grade IM server during the camp.||Cloud Computing allows the low cost deployment of massive amounts of IT resources on demand and in real time.Participants learned how to build their own Linux-based Elastic Compute Cloud in this camp.|
|TIME||DAY 1||DAY 2||DAY 3|
|07:00||WAKE UP CALL|
|09:30||TEAM BUILDING||FINAL PRESENTATION|
|10:45||TECHNICAL SESSION||CLOSING CIRCLE|
|15:45||PLENARY SESSION||TECHNICAL SESSION|