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IBM Announces Inaugural TechXchange Conference
Attendees will participate in education designed to help them advance their skills through hands-on practical experience with the latest IBM technology.
Tech company IBM has announced its first-ever TechXchange Conference, which will take place September 11 through September 14 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The IBM TechXchange Conference is stated to be a learning event designed by technologists for technologists who use IBM products and solutions.
According to IBM, TechXchange will offer discussion sessions, hands-on experiences, product demonstrations, and instructor-led labs tailored for professionals across various technical roles such as developers, data scientists, IT architects, operations professionals, and more.
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Attendees will participate in education designed to help them advance their skills through hands-on practical experience with the latest IBM technology, including hybrid cloud and AI, hear best practices from real practitioners, interact with IBM experts around product roadmaps, and network with their peers in a casual and creative environment.
TechXchange will feature more than 1,000 sessions across eight separate tracks, including AI, Data, Automation, Security, Sustainability, Infrastructure, Hybrid Cloud, and Quantum.
Speakers include Dario Gil, IBM Senior Vice President and Director of Research, Hillery Hunter, IBM Infrastructure, Chief Technology Officer and General Manager of Innovation, Sanjiv Paul Singh, COO and Founder of eCIFM, and many more.
Prior to the conference, IBM will also host TechXchange Community Day — a celebration of unity, diversity, and innovation where user groups come together to create lasting connections and drive meaningful change.
These pre-conference activities will bring together diverse IBM user groups and technical communities to foster collaboration, networking, and learning. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in on-site programs, connect with like-minded professionals, and contribute to tech-for-good projects.