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STeP-IN SUMMIT 2009: The 6th International Conference on Software Testing September 28, 2008

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Event: STeP-IN SUMMIT 2009: The 6th International Conference on Software Testing
Date: January 20 – January 23, 2009
Timing: 9:00am – 7:00pm
Venue: The Leela Palace, 23 Kodihalli, Airport Road, Bangalore, Karnataka
Registration Fee: Not Available (Paid Event)

More Info: More Info

Description About Event:
A forum for Software related Testing Practitioners in India. The forum aims at promoting Software related Test Experiences by bringing together software test professionals, practitioners, experts, academicians, and service/product vendors to share techniques, methodologies, frameworks, experiences, and case studies to perform, manage, and automate Software Testing.

 

Foss.in 2008 : Asia’s biggest Free and Open Source Software contributor conference, Bangalore


Foss.in 2008 : Asia’s biggest Free and Open Source Software contributor conference, Bangalore

Foss.in is world’s largest Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) events held annually in Bangalore, India. Foss.in is formerly known as Linux Banglore.

Date: November 25-29, 2008
Venue: National Science Symposium Centre, of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
Registration Fee: Will update here soon. Probably in between 500 to 1000 INR.
Registration: Register Here

More Detail : http://foss.in/

 

The Conference on Digital Marketing, Leela Palace, Bangalore – 9th September September 3, 2008


The Conference on Digital Marketing, Leela Palace, Bangalore – 9th September

Delegate Fees : INR 5000 + Taxes
Discount : 10% – 2 to 4 Delegates
Discount : 20% – 5 and more delegates

Rs. 500 Off on Online Registration.

Agenda:

0900-0930 hrs Registrations And Coffee
0930-1055 hrs Panel D iscussion 1: “ Analog vs. Digital: Where to Spend Marketing Budgets Now, and Why”

Sellers of traditional media tout that media such as broadcast TV allows advertisers unrivaled impact and reach, attributes that become even more valuable as media fragments. Sellers of digital media counter that pinpoint targeting and ever-improving analytics make spending more in digital the right choice.

1100-1235 hrs PANEL DISCUSSION 2: NEW MEDIA TOOLS

The Internet was just the beginning; these days media planners are faced with a plethora of new digitally-derived media forms from podcasts to blogs, social networking to SMS, all of which need to be evaluated to see if they might meet clients needs. But how to go about it? Our panelists will help you figure that out.
1235-1330 hrs Lunch
1330-1505 hrs PANEL DISCUSSION 3: “HOW TO FIGHT WEB-WARINESS AND EMERGE AS A WINNER”

Convincing a company to spend more money in digital media is one challenge; to get it to use new media forms to break creative ground is an even bigger one. But there are those who have done it, and on this panel, we’ll hear from them—three gutsy clients who innovated not just in the media they’ve used, but in the work they’ve produced for them.
1505-1520 hrs Tea/Coffee Break
1520-1655 hrs PANEL DISCUSSION 4: THE BLENDED SEARCH REVOLUTION

The first generation of search engines ranked pages based on the content of those pages alone — the words on the page. The second generation increased relevancy by analyzing links. The third generation, Search 3.0, is upon us now in full force. Today’s search engines automatically blending in results from specialized or “vertical” search engines such as video search or local search. This session looks at the revolutionary change happening with blended search and how search marketers can ride the wave to success.

 

16th International Franchise & Trade Show, Nimhans Convention Centre, Bangalore, India – 13 & 14 September, 2008


Exhibition:

India’s leading and proven Franchise exhibition is now coming in Indore with FRO2008. Widely promoted and extensively advertised. The Franchise Expo is a marketing dream bringing potential investors up close and personal with organizations who have come to regard the platform as their identity show. It will encompass all facets of Franchising and Retailing assorting Franchise Expo, Retail Expo, Retail Supply, Entrepreneur India, Market Place, International Pavilion and a combination of opportunity and knowledge in Franchise and Retail packaged together within 16th Global Summit on Franchise, Retail & Entrepreneurship.

CONFERENCE:

The 16th India’s Biggest Franchise & Retail Conference provides a forum for one of the most comprehensive learning experiences about Franchising and Retail to be conducted anywhere – a place to learn from the foremost experts in Franchising and Retail.

The 15th India’s Biggest Franchise & Retail Conference will feature a Opportunity Seminar on Day 1September 13 2008 and Knowledge Seminar on Day 2- September 14, 2008.

 

PKI (Public Key Infrastrutures) Programme – Three Day Training Programme


Three Days Training Programme:

Topic Covered :
Overview of Indian IT Act 2000
overview of Cryptography
Mathematical Background
Block Ciphers and Hashing Functions
Public Key Algorithms
Public Key Infrastructure Components
PKI Standards
Authentication Schemes
PKI and Business Issues
PKI Policies
Demo, Case Studies and Practical of PKI
Risks of PKI
RCAI & CA

Target Audience :

Executive of Govt. Officers, Banks, Defense Agencies, System/Network Administrators etc.

Registration Fee :

Rs. 1500 Per Participant ( 50% concession for Academician)

Locations :

Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkatta, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai

 

PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) Programme – Two Day Workshop


Two Days Workshop:

Topic Covered :
Overview of Indian IT Act 2000
overview of Cryptography
Mathematical Background
Public Key Algorithms
Public Key Infrastructure Components
PKI Standards
PKI and Business Issues
PKI Policies
Demo, Case Studies and Practical of PKI
Risks of PKI
RCAI & CA

Target Audience :

Executive of Govt. Officers, Banks, Defense Agencies, Agencies who provide services etc.

Registration Fee :

Rs. 1000 Per Participant ( 50% concession for Academician)

Locations :

Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkatta, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai

 

PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) Outreach – One Day Sympsium -CDAC, Bangalore – 5th September


PKI Outreach Programme : National PKI Awareness Programme, 5th September, Bangalore

“POP (PKI Outreach Programme)” is a nationwide PKI Awareness initiated by “Controller of Certifying Autorities (CCA)”, MCIT, Government of India and being carried out by “Centre for Development of Advanced Computing” (C-DAC).

What is PKI:

The Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) encompasses comprehensive security technologies and policies Providing a fundamental computing infrastructure to deal with confidentiality, integrity, authentication and non-repudiation.

PKI Applications:
– Online Transactions
– E-Governance
– Secure Communications
– E-Commerce
– Reducing cyber crimes

PKI Programme Details:

One Day Symposium:

Topics Covered :
Overview of Indian IT Act 2000
Overview of Cryptography
PKI Concepts
PKI technologies
PKI and Business Issues
PKI Policies
Demo, Case Studies
RCAI & CA
Process to get Digital Certificate, How to Sign and verify

Target Audience :

Directors, CEO’s an top Executive of Govt. Officers, Banks, Defense Agencies etc.

Registration Fee :

Rs. 500 Per Participant ( 50% concession for Academician)

Locations :

Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkatta, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai


 

Electronic India 2008 – September 2, 3, 4 ,5, Bangalore – The 9th International Conference and Exhibition of Electronic Components, Assemblies, Materials and Production Equipment


The 9th International Conference and Exhibition of Electronic Components, Assemblies, Materials and Production Equipment, Bangalore, India.

Entry : Free

Registration : For Conferences, 8.30 A.M. Onwards, For Exhibition : Do not Know, They have not mention

Venue : Convention Centre, Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, (BIEC), Bangalore

Timing:

September 2 – 4, 10 A.M. to 6 PM

September 5 10 A.M. to 5 PM (1 Hour less, Perhaps for Packup)

Schedule :

September 2, 2008 :

Topic Covered : EMS/Contract Manufacturing: The Indian Prospective

Timing : 10.00 A.M. to 6.00 P.M.

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September 3, 2008:

Topic Covered : Symposium: The Trends and Future Requirements in Automotive Electornics

Timing : 10.00 A.M. to 6.00 P.M.

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September 4, 2008:

Topic covered: Exploring the Latest Technologies and Tools in Electronics Design

Timing : 10.00 A.M. to 6.00 P.M.

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SPECIAL NOTE :

Entry for Business Visitors by Registration and Children below 16 Years not allowed. (May be Exhibitors need to give cadbury, Thats why not allowed, Joking….)

 

Festivals – Ganesh Chaturthi / Ganesha Festival, 2008

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I have taken bath this day early soon at 6 o’ clock since this day is special for me, even though i do not wake up before 7.30 and some times 8 am.

Went Ganesha Temple early morning and liked the environment. Like the atmostphere there. After a long time (approx 15 days), I went to temple due to tight schedule and bangalore traffic which always makes me late for office.

Today, I had holiday. Good Day for celebration, enjoy. I was with my brother. He is too close to my heart. I can not expect to celebrate without him. We have taken Boondi Laddu and Rose Flowers for Ganesh Ji.

May be I have done some mistake or god was angry with me, by mistake, rose flower fell down by my hand when I was almost reached close to god (Do not take it otherwise) or you can say god idol. Any how I and my brother have managed with boondi laddu and ramaining flower and pray to god for forgive us, if we have done any mistake.

I have born and bought up in north india but since last 6 years in bangalore and probably till the life end would be in bangalore and would like to so called bangalorean.

At our home town, We celebrate as “Ganesh Chaturthi” but since last 6 years I am celebrating as Ganesha Festival. I like it most. South Indian Culture.

 

Teacher’s Day 2008, 5th September

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Hi All,

This event is not any technology or business side event but I like to celebrate this event each year.

If you forget the Teachers day, Its my duty to make all of you remember that Teachers Day 2008 is not far from us. It’s on 5 September.

Teachers does not means only the teachers or professors who taught in school or college. I personally feel, teachers is the person who have thought you or you have got something from him. For eg. Eklavya has Guru Dronacharya who have not taught him anything but Eklavya has learnt from him.

I wish my almost all teachers each year on teachers day, even though I am 28 year old and left college 6 years back but in touch with most of the teachers and professors atleast in a year.

Hope you can wish to your teachers. So start finding their contact information form friends or any other sources like your slam book.

Have a nice time.

 

 
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