Tekfest is a celebration of computer networking and internetworking.
The event, which takes place in Dublin from March 8-13, is a one-day event and is open to everyone from beginners to professionals.
TekFest has been co-ordinated by the National Centre for Computer Networks, Ireland, with the aim of encouraging people to explore computer networking.
The theme for this year’s event is “Internetwork Engineering”.
The event is organised by TekFEST, which means “to help” or “help” in computer networking, and the team is comprised of students, academics and engineers.
Teck and co-founder of Tek Fest and founder of Teksmart, Paul McNamara, are also involved in the event.
McNamara told RTE that the event aims to encourage students to get involved in computer-related fields.
McNamar said that Tekfests focus on networking and computer engineering has helped increase the interest in the field.
TeksFest is being hosted by TeksMart, a small online retailer that provides a variety of online services to its customers.
McNamar said that the company is also looking to increase the visibility of TeekFest through social media.
McName said that while Teksfest was a one day event, he hopes that the TeksFEST team will continue to expand the event in the future.
McNaml said that he is currently in discussions with Teksfests organisers and is hoping to have a Teks fest in the near future.
Tecksmart’s business model involves selling computers, but McNamara said that this year the company has also sold computers for their servers.
McNumara said that his company has been working on a software solution for computer networks that is capable of managing hundreds of millions of lines of code, and said that it is already in beta stage.
He said that if Teks Fest is successful, it will help build a more robust and robust community of software developers around the internet.
TeKfest is not the first event to promote computer networking on Teks, but the event has been gaining popularity due to its high-profile role in helping students get involved with the field of computer science.
Teams from all over Ireland are expected to attend the event and are being supported by the Irish Computer Society (ICS), the national networking organisation for students in Ireland.
TehK, a digital-only conference, will also be held at Teks Mart from March 14-16, and will feature speakers from around the world.
A list of speakers has been announced, but Tehks Mart did not say whether any of the speakers will be from Ireland.
However, the Teh Krew, a computer networking forum, is also due to hold an event at Teams Mart in the coming weeks.