Prof Mulati Opens IBM Training in Jkuat.

1Professor David Mulati ( Principal College  of Pure

and Applied Sciences) and also acting  (DVC AA)

Addressess IBM students in Jomo

Kenyatta University, College of  Pure and Applied Sciences.

Prof Mulati urges the students to take part in IBM training with

positive mind, he added that the training will help students to

grow in their professional areas and also help Kenya and the

entire Africa to grow. He thanked the IBM organization for their

good work and urges them to organize for  more trainings in

future for the benefits of our students. He congratulated the Jkuat students for having

produced the best student in Africa with 96% in IBM Certification Exams.

 

2Dr Wafula who is the Director of Information Communication

and Technology ( ICT) In Jomo Kenyatta University  asked the

students to be participating in the IBM Training for it comes with

lots of benefits  to the students. He added  that the four core

function of the IBM are out to solve the problems and create 

a better living ground for everyone.

 

The Training involved students from different universities that is Jomo Kenyatta University

of Agriculture and Technology, Kenyatta University, Nairobi University, Strathmore University

Moi University and Safaricom Academy University. The students were happy with the training for

it does not only contribute to their areas of specialization but it also opens their thinking, mind

and unite them with students from other Universities.

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The Training focuses on Database (DB2) Boot camp

The Topics tackled are

  1. Big Data and Analytics Overview
  2. Big Data and Analytics Education
  3. Technical deep dive: DB2 with BLU Acceleration
  4. Business Models and Technology Commercialization
  5. DB210.5 for Linux, UNIX and windows (1)
  6. DB210.5 for Linux, UNIX and windows (2)
  7. DB210.5 for Linux, UNIX and windows (3)
  8. DB210.5 for Linux, UNIX and windows (4)
  9. DB210.5 for Linux, UNIX and windows (5)
  10. DB210.5 for Linux, UNIX and windows (6)

 

 

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