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DevDays Asia 2021 Held Online From August 11 to 13th

by Derrick Smith

DevDays Asia 2021 is one of the most influential technology events of the year. This event will be held online from August 11 to 13, 2021, to share the latest technology trends and industry experience.

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Taipei, Taiwan (Merxwire) – In the past year, global industries have faced challenges. The impact of the pandemic and changes in the business environment have accelerated the transformation of enterprises. The demand for technical talents in various industries has increased significantly, showing that the power of developers has become one of the important keys for enterprises to organize and make decisions.

DevDays Asia 2021 is an event jointly held by the Industrial Development Bureau (MOEA) and Microsoft Taiwan. It is committed to bringing the latest global technology trends to enterprises and accelerating developers to implement innovative applications. The event will invite industry experts to share the experience of digital transformation.

This year focused on nine key topics:
1. Data & AI
2. Cloud Native
3. Open Source
4. DevOps
5. Business Process
6. Hybrid Work
7. Industry Solution
8. IoT
9. Security

Taiwanese Economics Minister Wang Mei-hua stated that the Ministry of Economic Affairs, in conjunction with 5+2 industrial innovation and related industrial policies, has actively connected Taiwan’s AI schools and various training units to establish an AI training network. A total of about 5,000 AI industry talents have been trained, work together to build Taiwan’s AI ecosystem.

DevDays Asia 2021 brings together technology experts & opinion leaders from various countries and invites many Microsoft executives to give keynote speeches, including topics such as future work models, information security, and industrial Internet of the Things value chain, hoping to help developers master technology trends.

Ken Sun, general manager of Microsoft Taiwan, said that in the past six years, more than 10,000 developers had used the technical experience to truly turn Taiwan into a hub for technology and developers in the Asia-Pacific region. This year’s conference is also rich in content, including smart factories, smart healthcare, and Fintech. It is expected that these contents can stimulate developers’ innovative applications and enhance corporate energy.

During the pandemic, many companies’ demand for remote work and data analysis has grown rapidly. This event also used online interaction with lecturers and Q&A to teach how to use Microsoft Teams for remote work.

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