Launching the New Media Manitoba (NMM) Lunch & Learn series this year, our Applied Computer Education (ACE) department chair, Haider Al-Saidi, delivered a compelling presentation on Machine Learning Techniques.
The slide deck is now available to view via SpeakerDeck.com: Read More →
Having a conversation with a machine is no longer a figment of our imagination or science fiction. We are having intelligent conversations with machines every day. AI (Artificial Intelligence) or Machine Learning techniques have made this reality possible. Read More →
The Accounting and Computer Education department awarded 33 awards to students in Business Information Technology, Introduction to Business Information Technology and Applied Accounting. On Wednesday, June 17 the award winners and their guests attended the Awards presentation at Roblin Centre to receive their awards.
Thank you to our Business Information Technology Advisory Committee Chair, Gerry Glatz, for helping to hand out the awards.
Thank you to our award sponsors, Eileen Penner, the Huhtala Family, Gladys Bell, Paterson GlobalFoods, Ricoh Canada, MTS, and Great West Life.
We are having an information session for the Introduction to Business Information Technology, Business Information Technology, and the brand new Business Technology Management program. Learn about our programs on Tuesday, May 26 at 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Roblin Campus in room P107; or on Tuesday, June 2 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Roblin Campus in room A104.
There is still room for registration on our Girls Exploring I.T. Technology Camp on May 5, and Day in the Life of an I.T. Student on May 6. Registration is full for our May 7 Day in the Life Technology Camp.
Registration is now open for our Technology Camps this May! The Girls Exploring Information Technology Camp is on Tuesday, May 5; and The Day in the Life of a Business Information Technology Student Technology Camp is on Wednesday, May 6 or Thursday, May 7.
are happy to let your competitors deliver faster by adopting Agile and Scrum
do no need to adapt to changing market conditions
do not need to be innovative
do not need to stay competitive
Do come to WINNISPEED June 10-11 if you:
want to supercharge innovation in your organization
are ready to experience Extreme Manufacturing, Lean, Agile, and Scrum first hand
want a low-cost, high-value Agile and Scrum learning opportunity
are a technical professional, team leader, manager, executive, or organizational change leader
are an Agile practitioner at any level of experience, including exploring Agile for the first time
would like to meet and work with Joe Justice of Team WIKISPEED
would love to learn by building a 100 mpg car in a single day
like the idea of rapidly solving problems for social good
Joe Justice, founder of WIKISPEED, delivers ultra-efficient automobiles and social good projects and 60 times the rate of traditional businesses. Joe will be in Winnipeg for two days only. This is the first ever build of a Team WIKISPEED car in Canada.
June 10 and 11 will be hands-on Extreme Manufacturing, Lean, Agile, and Scrum. Joe Justice will demonstrate these agile methodologies by leading two separate groups through the building of a 100 mpg Team WIKISPEED car. This is the first ever Team WIKISPEED build in Canada! Do not miss being one of the few able to participate.
Here’s your chance. WINNIspeed is WIKIspeed, the Winnipeg agile event of 2013. Build a car with Joe Justice of Team WIKISPEED June 10-11. And in the process, learn how agile can transform your organization to reach that 10,000%.