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POLARISCON - Berkadia Technology Conference
Start Date: 9/21/2020Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Date: 9/24/2020End Time: 3:30 PM

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Monday, September 21st 2020 to Thursday, September 24th 2020

8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Virtual Event


Hosted by Berkadia Commercial Mortgage

Organized by Ashley Secoda

Virtual Session

Berkadia Innovation Presents


POLARISCON is Berkadia’s premier Virtual Technology Event that showcases our Technology Thought Leaders and Partners that are leading digital transformations and shaping the future of software development.

Berkadia is excited to open this event up to students for the first time. Students will have the opportunity to participate in interactive sessions, panel discussions and network with industry leaders. 


WHEN: September 21st -September 24th

TIME: 8:30-3:30pm

SESSIONS: 55 minutes

Session Highlights:

Panel Discussion with AMAZON 

“AWS AI and Machine Learning”

Using AWS fully-managed services enables developers to quickly and easily build, train, and deploy machine learning models at any scale. 

Dave Wentzel, MTC Architect with Microsoft 

“AI-Building Real World Applications”

We will show you a few simple use cases you haven’t thought about and then we’ll dive in to show you how easy it is to extract value from that data.

Berkadia Panel Discussion

“End to End Quality”

Join our panel of delivery professionals, architects, product managers and developers as we discuss how to incorporate quality throughout SDLC.

JT Cobell, Design Lead, Berkadia

“Seeing Business Problems Through Design”

Business-problems don't always have clear answers. How do Design teams begin to understand "fuzzy" problems? How can we ensure that we understand our partners' needs enough to support their business goals and improve the way they work?

Virtual Event
  • Undergraduate Students
  • Graduate Students
  • Senior Class
  • Alumni

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