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http://arthousebengaluru.blogspot.in/2015/01/making-mural-two-day-mural-making.html

http://heyevent.com/event/odlkvamlsks4aa/a-day-with-charcoal-medium

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SATURDAY, APRIL 25TH, 10 – 6PM
INTERNET.ORG SOCIAL CHANGE WORKSHOP:
DEEPENING IMPACT THROUGH MOBILE INNOVATION
JAAGA STARTUP, BANGALORE

http://internetorgsocialchangeworkshop.splashthat.com/

THIS IS A WORKSHOP DESIGNED FOR SOCIAL CHANGE ORGANIZATIONS WHO WOULD LIKE TO DEEPEN THIER IMPACT THROUGH THE USE OF MOBILE INTERNET BASED TECHNOLOGIES – WITH A SPECIFIC FOCUS ON LOW BANDWIDTH CONTENT OR SERVICES THAT CAN SCALE

WE ALSO WELCOME THOSE ORGANIZATIONS WHO ARE ALREADY USING MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES AS WELL AS TECHNOLOGISTS, DEVELOPERS AND FUNDERS INTERESTED IN THE INTERSECTION OF SOCIAL CHANGE AND TECHNOLOGY TO LEARN, CONNECT, AND SHARE

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Source: EventsBangalore

Oct 27, 2009‘Science & Buddhism Collide’: a talk on the prospects of collaboration between Buddhism & Science at CKSL on November 1, 2009 from Events Bangalore by darima

Buddhism has had a long history of intense probing into the true nature of reality both at physical and non-physical level. In this objective and the methodological rigor it shares a lot with modern science. Recently there has been rapidly growing interest among scientists to conduct research into Buddhist theories and practices especially those related to the mind and its development. The Buddhists, who likewise have shown great interest in learning from modern scientific discoveries, reciprocate this interest. As a result there is a constant dialogue between scientists and Buddhists these days through different forums.
His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama’s personal interest in science resulted in a unique in-depth dialogue between Buddhism & Science, which was institutionalized as Mind and Life Institute. As well as engaging personally in dialogue with Western scientists and promoting scientific research into Buddhist meditative practices, the Dalai Lama encourages Tibetan scholars to engage with science as a way of revitalizing the Tibetan philosophical tradition. He has led a campaign to introduce basic science education in Tibetan monastic colleges and academic centers.
The talk will be given by Venerable Geshe Nyima Tashi, who currently heads such a program – “Science Meets Dharma” at Sera Jey Monastic University. He is a distinguished faculty member of the University, who served as the head of “Philosophical & Dialectical Studies” department of the University in the past.
The talk will focus on the latest findings common for Buddhism & Science.
Schedule: Sunday, November 1, 2009
10:00 AM – 11:15 AM –Talk, part 1
11:15 AM – 11:30 AM – Tea-Break
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM – Talk, part 2, Q&A session
The teaching is open and free to everyone.
Venue: Choe Khor Sum Ling Centre, Ashwini, No. 24, 1st floor, 3rd Main St, Domlur Layout 1st stage, Bangalore 560071
Contact info: tel. 080 41486497, e-mail – info@cksl.in.

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From a long time I have one thought in my mind.

During my 6 yrs (almost) of my software industry experience I attended so many interviews.

I prepared little bit for getting the correct job.

I used to write all those questions in a book so that it acts like a reference for me.

I want to share that information in my blog

http://ambatisreedharworks.wordpress.com 

I think it will help me and others.

First I will try to give questions with some answers.

I will update them daily with appropriate answers too.

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3rd International Workshop on Service Oriented Computing

December 16th, 2009

Kochi, India

http://www.cse.iitb.ac.in/~umesh/WSOC09

The Third International Workshop on Service Oriented Computing (WSOC) will take place in Kochi, India on 16th December, 2009. The workshop, like previous years (SENOPT), is intended to address a wide range of issues in the design of scalable, configurable, and high-performance applications built on web-services architectures and Cloud Computing technologies. This workshop will provide a forum to discuss innovative development methodologies, design principles, software architectures and frameworks used to create large scale, rapidly configurable software systems using service-oriented abstractions. WSOC’09 will address the two specific themes of Cloud Computing and Service Composition.

The workshop will be co-located with the 16th IEEE Intl Conf on High Performance Computing (HiPC 2009)

IMPORTANT DATES

September 15, 2009 Manuscript submission

October 20, 2009 Notification of acceptance/rejection

November 1, 2009 Camera-Ready paper due

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Friends

I used to collect information for this blog(ambatisreedhar.wordpress.com) from the below urls.

These are all active user groups in Bangalore

My friends always asks this question from where I am getting this events information.

Join these groups and attend the interesting technical sessions.

http://groups.google.co.in/group/bojug  bangalore Java
http://groups.google.co.in/group/bangalorecf  Coldfusion
http://groups.google.co.in/group/bangalorerug  Ruby
http://groups.google.co.in/group/b-a-s   Astronomical User group
http://groups.google.co.in/group/ThoughtWorks-Bangalore-Geek-Nights Thoughtworks Geeknights
http://groups.google.co.in/group/bangalorefx  Flex
http://groups.google.co.in/group/bigcloud  Cloud COmputing
http://groups.google.co.in/group/bangalore-fp   Functional Programming Group
http://groups.google.co.in/group/bangaloreocc   Open Coffee Cup
http://groups.google.co.in/group/acm-bangalore-chapter   ACM Bangalore

http://groups.google.co.in/group/startupsaturday  Startup Saturday
http://groups.google.co.in/group/thoughtworks-events  ThoughtworksEvents
http://groups.google.co.in/group/osscampbengaluru   OSS
http://groups.google.co.in/group/bangalore-algorithm-programmers  Bangalore Algorithm
bdotnet.in  Dotnet
bitpro.net  IT professionals
http://groups.google.co.in/group/ilug-bengaluru  Open SOurce
http://groups.google.co.in/group/b-bug   Biztalk group
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bangalore_barcamp/ 
MOMOBangalore.org
Thanks 
Sreedhar Ambati
http://ambatisreedhar.spaces.live.com

https://ambatisreedhar.wordpress.com

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Last day with Proteans

Today I completed all the exit formalities with Proteans ..the company which I loves more and which I feels like home.
 
The best company I come across in my 5 yrs of my software experience.
 
I really loved it .. enjoyed working with Proteans.
 
For joining Proteans I waited for 2 yrs.Then got the oppurtunity to join there.
 
I am specially telling thanks to Sudhakar and Prashant Singh who always listened my words and read my mails even in their busy schedules.
 
I met the best PM and the best architect. Thanks Prakash J and Sendhil. Really helped me in understanding the passion about technology.
 
Proteans gave offer letter to me on Jan 16th 2007 but I took nearly 2 months for joining Proteans.
At that time I bargained with that offer letter. Really my attitude is like that.
But now after working there my attitude has changed. Its trust and honesty matters. And the technology …
Yes Proteans built me both mentally and technically.
Thanks PJ,Sendhil,Murugan, Ashish Kakani,Venkat,Deepak Trama,Prashant Sharma for all your support.
Last 4 months I am at the peak of my career. Wrote articles on SharePoint,GreatPlains,CMS. Got good response on Sharepoint. More download.
I am not that much good in facing audience.But I gave session in Bdotnet.
I worked in CRM,GP,Sharepoint,3.5.
 
Last 15 days are really tough for me.
 
I couldnt able to digest atleast for 10 days.
 
I love technology. I love attending techical sessions. I love Proteans.
 
PJ and Sudhakar had taken interview for me 2 yrs back.
PJ said thanks to me for coming to the interview 30 mins. That day is Saturday and he is very busy with new project ClientProfiles.
I cleared that round. He asked so many questions starting from .net, wcf,wwf,wpf and then NUnit, and UML.
Then Sudhakar asked a question regarding SMARTCLIENTS.
I thought CEO round is like managerial round. I told something which is not fully correct. He told the reason when to go for smart clients.
Really impressed. After taking the offer letter I was very scared if CEO is this much technically strong then how the team members will be.. Thats why taken more time to join Proteans. I went 2 times to speak with PJ regarding the project before joining Proteans. 
I done a good job by accepting that offer. It has changed my life , my approach of reaching technology..
 
Thanks Preejith (HR) for giving this oppurtunity.
I got offer letter from Proteans
Actually that time I saved Proteans phone numbers and have not taken Preejith calls.I am doing bargaining with other companies.
But Preejith came in a new way.He told her friend from other company to call me.I took the call and told that I want more package
than Proteans.
I went to Proteans to meet PJ for knowing the project before joining Proteans.He told me nicely.
Preejith came there and told the above that I am not taking his call and looking for another offer.
Sorry.
Thanks Preejith and Proteans for a nice wonderful journey there for more than 2.5 yrs.
 
Got good friends : Mohan , Gaurav, Saai, Ashish Tripati, Shiddu, Deepak Trama ,
 
Thanks Srini, Sudarshan, Vikram, Sreejith for your support.
 
FOCUS is the mantra…

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