As the world becomes more and more digital, many industries are adopting software development techniques for their daily operations. In the Tech Lab we will get familiar with some of those techniques, allowing students to be one step ahead of the market.
The Tech Lab aims to offer students a professional experience through real projects, real clients and real deadlines. The main idea behind the Lab is to show how a technical project is managed and implemented, from the requirements intake, through design and implementation, up to delivery to the client.
Change the ``wheel`` while driving: customer's environment changes quite quickly, or customers simply change their minds. Either way the project needs to absorb such uncertainty while keeping the damage under control.
And of course, get those hands on the keyboard and put all those coding lessons in practice.
Manage a technical project.
Work in ``beta`` mode: it's never good enough, but we have to deliver.
Gather requirements from the customer, provide a professional assessment on the software stack selection, propose a design based 100% on the UX, customize the portal, deploy it and provide traning.
Train and launch an artificial intelligence text-based chatbot aimed at helping students navigate the complex mesh of data and information during their enrollment in different academic programs.
Embed each student in a project for a start-up at Wayra; a start-up accelerator.
Complying with the client's briefing, provide a professional assessment on the software stack selection, customize the platform, deploy it and provide training.
San Agustín del Guadalix Council
Professor Pedro Moreno de los Ríos has extensive experience as a digital business executive in B2B and B2C tech environments, specializing in sales and marketing, as well as digital business development, omnichannel e-commerce strategies, inbound marketing, SEM, SEO, CRO, and more. He has worked in large multinationals and consulting firms, as well as startups. He is also a Ph.D. researcher in Big Data Marketing, which will enables him to show data as a driving force in marketing.