Archive for February, 2011

As a registered attendee of CloudCamp Bangalore last year, I want you to know thathttp://www.cloudcamp.org/bangalore/ 2011 will be held at NIMHANS Convention Center tomorrow (Saturday) February 26th … That’s in just one day! In addition to learning about Cloud Computing in the breakout sessions, you will hear Lightning Talks by experts from IBM, Azure, Netmagic, PubMatic, Trillion, Hexagrid, Pubmatic, OrangeScale. Over 100 developers, entrepreneurs & studends will be in attendance too.
We are looking forward to more discussions about Cloud Computing (security, scaling, Cloud Communications, etc.). We added new sessions on topics such “Migrating Applications to the Cloud – Strategy and Best Practices” and “Can Cloud Computing level the playing field in India”. We will have unconference sessions too, so bring your questions and get ready for detailed discussions.
If you would like to lead a session, please reply to cloudcamp@gmail.com and we will list you on the event page.
NIMHANS Convention Center
Auditorium Two
Hosur Road, Near Dairy Circle
Bangalore 560029
10:00 am Registration & Networking
10:30 am Welcome, Intros, and Thanks
11:00 am Lightning Talks (5 minutes each)
– “A patterns based approach to the cloud” by Seema Kumar of IBM
– “Cloud based services” by Srinivas Tata of TrillionTech
– “Idea to App in 1 day – leveraging cloud services by Microsoft
– “The Cloud Deconstructed” by Karan Kirpalani of NetMagic
– “Cloud computing: Achieving scale and performance in the online world” by Mukul Kumar of PubMatic
– OrangeScape
11:45 pm Unpanel
12:30 pm Begin Open Spaces (organize the sessions)
12:45 Lunch
2:00 pm Open Spaces – Round 1
– Journey towards Private Cloud Infrastructure – IBM
– To Be Decided(TBD) by audience
– TBD by audience
3:00 pm Open Spaces- Round 2
– Can Cloud Computing level the playing field in India
– TBD by audience
– TBD by audience
4:00 pm Open Spaces- Round 3
– How are Entrepreneurs Leveraging Cloud Computing
– TBD by audience
– TBD by audience
5:00 pm Wrap-up Session
5:30 pm End
– Ezhil Babaraj, CSS Corp
– Mani Doraisamy – CTO OrangeScape
– Anbarasan (Anbu) Gangadaran, OrangeScape
– Larry Carvalho, RobustCloud

For more information click here: CloudCamp Bangalore 2011



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Women Leadership Summit
happening in those cities.
Bangalore Chennai New Delhi Kolkatta Hyderabad Mumbai Pune


Increasingly forward-thinking organizations are recognizing the value and impact women leaders contribute to business, families and our communities. So much so that many are formalizing strategies and programs tailor-made to addressing the unique challenges facing women in the workplace as core components of both acquisition and retention strategies.

Studies have shown that women bring a special brand of leadership to organizations—one that translates into superior financial performance and long-term sustainability. Women also represent a valuable and under-tapped talent pool, now comprising the majority of university graduates responsible for nearly 85 percent of purchase decisions, and under-represented in mid and senior management positions.


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To All Agile Practitioners @ Bangalore,

Wishing you all the best for the new year.

I would like to announce that we will be having our fourth Scrum Bangalore User Group event on the 19 February’2011 at the Ramada Hotel. I would like the participation of all the group members of Scrum Bangalore to make this event a success and a fun filled one. We will have advanced talks on distributed scrum development and agile games to find and solve issues in dysfunctional teams.Please go ahead and RSVP yourself. Please find the details of the 4th Scrum Bangalore Meetup Event: Participation: Free of Cost Venue: Ramada Hotel, Bangalore, Map- http://www.ramadabang….

Date : 19 Feb 2011, Timings: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 
 Please be there 10 mins before the starting time.

This time our guest speakers will be :

Rini van Solingen is appointed as a professor on the subject of Globally Distributed Software Engineering at Delft University of Technology,Netherlands. Furthermore, Rini is Chief Technology Officer at iSense Prowareness.Rini is an expert in industrial product-, process and performance improvement of software and systems development. Especially in contexts with (globally) distributed development teams. He is also the author of the book ” The Power of Scrum” one of the most successful Agile books of our times.

I would like to thank Rini van Solingen for flying down from the Netherlands to speak at our meetup.

Please find the Agenda of our meetup would be as follows:

10:00 a.m.– 10:30 a.m. – Registration and Coffee 

10:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m. – Distributed Scrum by Rini van Solingen

12:30 p.m.– 1:30 p.m. – Lunch & Networking

1:30 p.m.– 3:15 p.m. – Agile Games by Rini van Solingen 

3:15 p.m.– 3:45 p.m. – Coffee and Networking

3:45 p.m.– 5:00 p.m. – Open House Sessions : Parallel Tracks: Topic 1) Scrum in Large Organisations , Topic 2) Scrum and Appraisals

Looking forward to meet all the members of this group. Enthusiasts who still want to join up can RSVP themselves at the Scrum Bangalore website.


Rahul Sah ( Scrum Bangalore User Group)Scrum Certified Practitioner

General Manager,

iSense Prowareness

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No registrations, no fees, just come with open mind.. Everyone’s invited. We willl have our bangalore meet on 12th Feb, 2011 from 10 am. You can buy pass for nullcon there.

Topics for the meet are are :-

1.Vulneribities in openfire – Riyaz Walikar
2.Self-modifying shell code – Saurav Sharma
3.Vid Bytes – Satish Govindappa

Praxeva India Services Pvt. Ltd,
Atrium Business Center,
66/1 2nd Floor,
Coles Road,
Frazer Town,

Please note this is above Pizza Hut outlet and near Cafe Coffee Day.
Map for the venue http://bit.ly/9m5K4K

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తెలుగు బ్లాగర్లు, వికీపీడియన్ల సమావేశం: మధ్యాహ్నం 4 గంటలకు, కబ్బన్ పార్క్ లో, గ్రంధాలయం వద్ద కలుసుకుందాము. రండి, సరదాగా మాట్లాడుకుందాము. కుదిరితే ఒక కప్పు కాఫీ కూడా.

ఈ-తెలుగు ఉపాధ్యక్షులు

సెల్: 094934 04866

శివరామ ప్రసాద్ కప్పగంతు

సెల్: 99165 05878

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On behalf of Slashprog Technologies, I’m organizing a 40 hour
weekend training program on Core Python programming starting
from February 5th, 2011 (Saturday). The details of this
training program are as below:
Course duration: 40 hours (5 hours per module x 8 weekends)
Course span: 2 months, 8 weekends (approximately).

The training program will be conducted on every Saturday
between 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

The first introductory training module is FREE for all and is
scheduled on February 5th, 2011 (Saturday) between
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM at our office venue.

Kindly do refer to your friends/colleagues who might be
interested in learning Python programming.

For more details, kindly visit the following URL:



Chandrashekar Babu.


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