Posts Tagged ‘ThoughtWorks’

Technology Radar – India Edition April 17, 2012 – 7pm | Sheraton Bangalore Hotel at Brigade Gateway, Malleswaram Hi, We’re happy to invite you the Technology Radar- India Edition – an event aimed at passionate technologists who are considering a career with ThoughtWorks. Come and hear a panel of senior ThoughtWorkers talking about the latest Technology Radar, and find out more about careers with us. What is the Technology Radar? The Technology Radar distills the insights and experiences of almost 2000 ThoughtWorkers and is created by our Technology Advisory Board, a global group of ThoughtWorks’ most experienced employees. What’s in it for me? Split across four quadrants (techniques, products, programming languages and platforms), the Radar reflects our opinion on emerging technologies. This is your opportunity to find out where the industry is going, and why joining ThoughtWorks will expose you to the latest and greatest technologies. Registration: Sign up for the event here Venue: Sheraton Bangalore Hotel at Brigade Gateway Cost: The event is free to attend. Refreshments will be provided. About us ThoughtWorks, Inc. is a global IT consultancy devoted to the art and science of custom software development. We’ve changed the industry by pioneering some of the most successful Agile methods & Lean best practices and inventing Distributed Agile. With a reputation as leaders and experts in the industry, we ve become a destination employer for like-minded people with a passion to improve how businesses design and build software. We ve grown into a significant presence with over 20 offices and almost 2000 employees based in 10 countries. Our India operation is over 700 strong, and we’re hiring in Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon and Pune. Regards, ThoughtWorks


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ich Drepper, the well known lead maintainer of glibc, is visiting
India for about a week.

This coming weekend, he will present on:

Memory Architecture and Management on modern x86 processors and
Operating Systems.

ThoughtWorks Technologies (India) Pvt Ltd.
ACR Mansion, 2nd floor, 147/F, 8th Main Rd.
3rd Block, Koramangala
Bangalore – 560 034, India
t: +91 80 4323 3700
f: +91 80 4323 3706

Time: 4 pm IST

Date: Saturday, March 12, 2011

View Map: http://goo.gl/pURj7

Read more about Ulrich Drepper:


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Start: 07 August, 2009 – 01:00 pm Timezone: IST

 “Building Rich Internet Applications with Flash Catalyst and Flash Builder 4”

The Flash Platform is a complete system to create and deliver expressive applications, content and video that run consistently across the widest reach of operating systems and devices. In this session you’ll learn how to build next generation user experiences quickly using Flash Catalyst and Flash Builder 4. We’ll explain the core concepts behind Flash Catalyst, talk about new features in Flash Builder 4 and build a real world interactive application from a design created in Illustrator. This session will give you a good insight in to what Adobe is doing to streamline the designer developer workflow and give you an idea about the enhancements in the Flex framework and Flash Builder 4.

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Transitioning To Agile

Transitioning To Agile

Wednesday, March 25, 2009
6:30pm – 7:30pm


Transitioning to Agile : In this webinar, attendees will learn how projects can transition to Agile from non Agile environments. This session will throw light on some unique set of challenges and trade-offs that involve cultural, technical and process issues while transitioning to Agile Development.

Register at: http://www.thoughtworker.com/masterclass

About the Speaker:
Vivek Prahlad is the Director of Innovation at ThoughtWorks Studios. Vivek is the author of Frankenstein, an open source testing tool for swing applications. During his career Vivek has worked as a Technical Lead, Agile Coach and Project Manager.

Who Should Attend:
This talk caters to all those involved in the software development life cycle including Developers, Quality Analysts, Business Analysts, Project Managers, and IT decision makers.

Key Takeaways Of This Webinar:
The attendees will get an insight into the following:
• Prerequisites for transitioning to Agile
• Integrating testing and quality into the development process
• Providing real visibility and business value to stake holders
• Technical consideration and tools for Agility

In addition to the above, Vivek will also take the attendees through an examination of how and why Agile teams can fail.

Date : 18th March, 2009

Time : 6:30 p.m. IST

Duration : 60 Minutes (including Q&A)

Contact Us : mcs-online@thoughtworks.com

Phone : +91 9902043964

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Analyst Meet 2nd August 2008

Hi Folks,
   As promised, the new dates for the Analyst Meet on ‘Lo-Fi Prototype
– Use & Benefits’: August 2nd, Saturday.
Please do register if you plan to come. Reconfirm if you were planning
to come last weekend before we postponed it. The reason we’re asking
you to re-register is to figure out accurately how many pizzas we need
to order 😉
Thank you,

Are you responsible for –
1) Gathering Business Requirements
2) Communicating with the Clients to elucidate and define requirement
3) Interface with the development team to communicate these
then here is a chance to meet up with others from the same community
and exchange ideas and thoughts!!
We from the analyst community of ThoughtWorks Bangalore would like to
invite you to participate in a workshop – ‘BA Bar Camp’, to discuss
and debate on the topic – ‘Lo-Fi Prototype – Use & Benefits’.
The details of the workshop are –
Venue – ThoughtWorks Office
Date – 2nd August 2008
Time – 11:00 – 12:30 (followed by pizzas’)
Why are we doing this – we would like to create a community of sorts
for analysts cutting across organizations, with the objective of
creating a forum that would enable exchange of ideas, thoughts, issues/
concerns etc. This is a first step towards this end.
Please confirm your participation by sending a mail to
‘analystm…@thoughtworks.com’ OR by updating http://thoughtworks.wikispaces.com/BA+Barcamp
so that we could better organize the same.
Looking forward to meeting you.

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Today at Developer Summit I attended Annotation session by Erik Doernenburg
Actually I dont know about it . Just like that I attended as there are no interesting sessions at that time.
But if  I have not attended that really I will miss about this great topic. What a technical depth session.
Tomorrow Erik is giving a session in his company Thoughtworks and it is open to all .
Erik Doernenburg (http://erik.doernenburg.com/) will be talking about  
“Towards a testable application architecture”. Erik has talked about  
this previously at JAOO in 2004.
If you plan to land up, it would be great if you could head over to: http://thoughtworks.wikispaces.com/Confirm+Presence
  and sign up. This is very much an informal event and we don’t  
discourage people who land up on a whim at the last minute – the sign  
up is for the organizers to get an idea of the numbers.

About Erik:
Erik Dörnenburg is a Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks Inc. where  
he is helping clients with the design and implementation of large-
scale enterprise solutions. Building on his experience with J2EE,  
Microsoft .NET and other environments, Erik is continually exploring  
patterns of enterprise software. He is an advocate of agile  
development and Open Source software, holds a degree in Informatics  
from the University of Dortmund and has studied Computer Science and  
Linguistics at the University College Dublin.

ThoughtWorks Technologies (India) Pvt Ltd.
2nd Floor, Tower C, Corporate Block, Diamond District
Airport Road, Bangalore – 560 008, India
t: +91 80 2508 9572
f: +91 80 2508 9584

Diamond District is on Airport Road near the 100 ft Road/Airport Road
flyover, right opposite TGIF/Bombay Post.

Join this group : http://thoughtworks.wikispaces.com/GeekNights

Ketan from Thoughtworks: http://ketan.padegaonkar.name/

Topics: “Towards a testable application architecture” by erik doernenburg Slides
Confirm Presence

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