When and where is it on?
The National Conference on Cloud Computing and Commerce (NC4) is on next Tuesday (April 10th) from 8:30 a.m until 6 p.m in Dublin City University. The morning and afternoon sessions are in the DCU Business School and the plenary in the late afternoon is in The Helix.
How many years has it been going?
This is the seventh year of NC4.
 
What exciting things can people look forward to?
NC4 has sessions on everything from fintech to data centres and cloud marketing to cloud commerce, no matter what your tech interests are there is something for you to look forward to at NC4.
 
What opportunities are on offer for those attending?
NC4 gives people a chance to attend smaller workshops and seminars in the morning and so provides an excellent platform for people to learn and be able to ask questions of people who are at the top of their respective field’s. You can’t fail to learn something new at NC4.
Who will be speaking?
We have a huge selection of speakers covering the various streams, the full list is here, highlights include our plenary speakers Clare Dillon and Conor Cullen, both of whom will be covering AI. Personally, I’m also very excited for Sean Corcoran from GM, who’s technical lead of GM’s autonomous car division.
 
What tips would you give to people attending to get the most out of it?
I’d advise people to study the microsite in advance and decide which streams they want to go to, then register ASAP to guarantee your place!
 
How can people book tickets / when does it usually sell out?

Tickets are available on the NC4 Microsite, 2018.nc4.ie, and are free of charge. Tickets tend to go quick and already some streams are almost full so register soon to be guaranteed your spot!


Prepared and edited by Andrew Carroll, Journalism MA in DIT.

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