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DevNet Women in Tech Workshop – Intro to Spark

Cisco Employee

Space is limited for the DevNet Women in Tech Workshop – Intro to Spark sessions, so register early!

If you’re interested in chat bots, but aren’t sure how to start learning (and may be a little intimidated by the word “code”), then this introductory workshop is for you! Chat bots are the big buzzword of the year, and we want to show you how you can build your own in Spark. Yes, there might be a small amount of code to learn, but in this collaborative workshop DevNet experts are here for you. We will hold your hand, I was thinking figuratively so you can type, but if you need a real hand to hold we can do that too!

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In this workshop you will learn how to make Spark API requests and create a Spark chat bot. The purpose of creating a bot is to automate a frequent response. For example, you could ask the bot in a Spark room a question and the bot will provide an answer. It looks like magic when the bot responds, but we’ll go behind the curtains to see how the bot is created and how you can create your own.

Here’s how to get started:

  1. Register for the Monday or Friday workshop (both have the same content)
  2. Bring your laptop, power cord and your “I can do it!” attitude to the workshop
  3. DevNet Developer Evangelist, Tessa Mero will teach you how to make Spark API requests, and I will show you how to create a Spark chat bot.

I hope you'll join me for this fun and productive workshop. You'll be amazed at what you can do. See you in Berlin!

Adrienne Moherek


P.S. If you want to get a sneak peek at the content in the workshop, you can check out the Spark sections within the Cloud Collaboration Learning Track.

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