In a 3-day intensive training managers discover the world of IT: programming, machine learning, internet of things. Aim: Understanding the language of tomorrow!
In Digital_Survival training, decision makers learn future thinking in just three days. On an intensive course organized by the NIT’s Digital Think Tank, participants learn tips and tricks to help them survive in the Internet jungle.
At a country estate in Stober, Brandenburg, decision makers learn how to program and find out what goes on in the minds of their IT developers. The course is aimed at executives confronted by Industry 4.0 who are considering a realignment of their company.
In a large number of practical steps they are, inter alia, introduced to server programing and familiarized with databases.
In particular, they are shown the benefits of Web technologies. The aim is not to make programmers of them but to provide them with an overview and reveal to them a range of threats and options for action.
They will be guided and motivated by Dr. Martin Burckhardt, a cultural theorist, startup founder and programmer with extensive knowledge in the area of digitization.
The first Digital_Survival course will be held from September 21 through 23, 2017.
For further information visit www.nithh.de/digitalsurvival.
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