Presentation on personal experience and demonstrate how easy it is to incorporate the use of Docker in Higher Education.
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The introduction of container technology has significantly altered contemporary software development. Modern software developers are adopting Docker containers to increase the security, flexibility, and emulation of different processor architectures.
In this talk, Pedro will share his personal experience and demonstrate how easy it is to incorporate the use of Docker in higher education to expose our UG/PG students to a wide range of software development environments. Furthermore, he will discuss the differences between monolithic software and distributed software development using Docker.
About the speaker
Pedro Machado (Student Member, IEEE) received an M.Sc. degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Coimbra, in 2012 and a Ph.D. degree in computer sciences from Nottingham Trent University, in 2021.
His expertise includes FPGA design, computer vision, bio-inspired computing, robotics, and computational intelligence. His research interests include computer science, such as retinal cell understanding, biological nervous system modelling, spiking neural networks, robotics and autonomous systems, applied computer vision, and neuromorphic hardware.
Pedro is currently the PI of the Internet of Water that aims to lead the Transformation of the UK aquatic species monitoring, using digital technologies.
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