Archive for February, 2010

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Since mozilla developer day is planned for 27th, we are moving the
bangalore facebook developer meetup to 1st sunday of march.

Next Meeting

Time & Date: 3pm, 7th March
Venue:  Jaaga http://jaaga.wikidot.com/
Google Maps link:
Live directions :  contact  Deepan at 9945702482
Introduction to Bangalore Facebook Developers Group
Basics of creating a Facebook application
Contact :

Please RSVP  at
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?invites&eid=279127284819 . Please
invite others to the event on facebook and tweet about the event.

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Nokia’s Calling All Innovators Contest is back for 2010, and it is bigger than ever!This year, the contest features four categories for application submissions:


The top three submissions in each of the four application categories will receive the following cash prizes:

  • Grand Prize: $30,000 USD in cash.
  • 2nd Prize: $15,000 USD in cash.
  • 3rd Prize: $5,000 USD in cash.


Additional prizes for the category winners include for instance Spotlight placement in Nokia’s Ovi Store; a one-year membership in Forum Nokia Launchpad, and an in-depth User Experience Evaluation by professional consultants working with Nokia.

New This Year: Special Prizes
Regardless of category, all application submissions are eligible to win special prizes, too. These additional prizes are based on the type of technology used to create the app, or other award criteria, as noted below:

  • Best mobile computing application: $50,000 (USD) in cash, plus inclusion in a multi-million dollar global marketing campaign.
  • Best application for the Nokia N900: $50,000 (USD) in cash.
  • Best cross-platform application using Qt: $50,000 (USD) in cash.
  • Best locally relevant application with global potential: $15,000 (USD) in cash.


There are more opportunities to win than ever. Don’t miss the opportunity but start the development of your winning application today. The deadline of entries is 18 May 2010.

Take the first step towards great prizes and review the details of the contest.

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Read from here @ http://www.microsoftteched.in/default.aspx

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Tweetup to share notes on stuff that happened at /during MWC that we  followed physically or virtually. Madan was present at the Mobile World Congress and he will be anchoring the discussion.

About Madanmohan Rao: A consultant and writer from Bangalore, is Research Director at the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), Singapore. Madan also works on some MoMo Global Projects with Jari Tamissto, CEO of MoMo Oy and a few others.

Confirm your participation by clicking add your name here http://twtvite.com/b6ssqv


Mobile Monday Bangalore Trust

#57, Huligadarivasa,
KHB Colony, Koramangla 5th Block,
Bangalore – 560095
(Ph) 080-41100487
(M) +91-9379446943

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Friday, February 26th, 2010

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It’s time again to celebrate the joy of cycling. This month we are taking some history lessons with cycling.
Let’s ride towards one of the less famous towers of Kempegowda in Gavipuram Guttahalli. The tower is on a small hillock overlooking the Kembambudhi lake. If on time, we can view a beautiful sunset and move on the the Gavi Gangadhareshwara Cave temple.
Both the tower and the temple were built by Kempe Gowda referred to as the founding father of Bangalore.
We will be ending the ride at the VV Puram – Food Street and indulge in some carb loading.

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Storage Interest Group (SIG)
“Bringing you closer to Technology”

A message to all members of Storage Interest Group (SIG)
Announcing : EMC Tech Day @ MSRIT on 20 March 2010
Please visit : http://eaasig.ning.com/events/emc-technology-day-msrit for more details
Visit Storage Interest Group (SIG) at: http://eaasig.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

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