Hack Night Vol.7

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Jul 13, 2019 · 2 min read

2019/07/05 — Hack Night Vol.7 — Problem solving skills in a nutshell.

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In the middle of summer season; event organized by Amazon Web Service (AWS) — Mongolian User Group’s Hacknight Vol.7 successfully took place at HUB Innovation Center. 72 engineers attended this event as an investment for their professional development, learn new concepts and broaden their perspective. Nest Academy Co-Founder Amartaivan Budee gave an interesting interactive session on cloud services that we use, its technology and device, to safely run it what kind of issues do we face and how to resolve it on an engineering level, also gave “Hack” tips on resolving general coding issues with multiple variation. Moreover Battulga Bsaikhan first Mongolian Engineer to work at world’s leading technological company Google shared his experience and gave advice on how to get accepted and work at world’s leading technological companies. This event not only covered various subjects but it also was quite interactive by solving problems and attendees exchanged and expressed their opinions. Hacknight keeps getting interesting… Our next topic is GraphQL. An engineer who has worked for a long time at Samsung Electronics will be sharing his experience. See you guys on the last week of July.

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72 engineers were attended

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