For the 3rd consecutive year, the Faculty of Computing of the Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology (SLIIT) teamed up with the Ministry of Education to organize what is possibly the largest coding competition in Sri Lanka. Around a thousand students, both from schools and universities, were present – over 750 from various schools and the rest […]
Gunshots and cheers emanated from between halls fills with ICT exhibits and businessmen. Curiosity guided us to a corridor connecting two of Infotel’s largest halls together, and there we were greeted by big red dragon followed by three letters – MSI. MSI Beat IT ’14 Colombo, an extension of MSI’s global tournament, was staged literally […]
Infotel comes around once a year. Last time, it was at SLECC. This time, it’s a the BMICH, which gives the whole event quite a bit more surface area to sprawl across. This year’s Infotel is split up into two main stalls, Hall A and B, housed side by side. E, D, and C are smaller, […]
By now, everybody knows the story of Yarl IT Hub . Back in 2010, three people met over a coffee and decided that something needed to be done. They wanted to create a culture that would foster innovation even at the expense of failure. They went ahead and posted this on Facebook, and soon attracted similar […]
It’s day 02 of Infotel, Sri Lanka’s largest ICT exhibition and trade fair. Every year companies and retailers set up their stalls to showcase their stuff – and as always with these events you get a fair handful of great deals. We got to speak to some of the exhibitors and retail representatives to see […]
Good morning, folks. It’s cloudy skies here in Colombo (with just a bit of rain) and here we are at the Dell Solutions Tour 2014, at the BMICH. This event is comprise of two events, actually: the first is the conference, the second being the parallel Dell e-carnival being held next door. As we type […]
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