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MARKETO’s Entrepreneurship & E-Commerce Fest at Bangalore, India on Sunday, December 27, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM (IST) December 21, 2015


MARKETO’s Entrepreneurship & E-Commerce Fest at Bangalore, India on Sunday, December 27, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM (IST)
When: Sunday, December 27, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM (IST)
Where: Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Contact Person: Nitish Roy (+918884933301)
Booking At: https://www.payumoney.com/events/#/buyTickets/marketo

 

Entrepreneurship & E-Commerce fest for building up your own business, E-Commerce websites and most importantly to move your business, a level ahead to kick start at no time.

 

Marketo event has 4 sections catering to serve different vertical.

 

The event is split up in to four sections.

1) E-commerce workshop: Learn how the best of your online retailers (Flipkart, SnapDeal, etc…) develop and maintain their websites from professionals.

 

2) B-plan Competition: If you have a terrific idea for a business then you could share it out, win grand prizes (worth INR 50,000) and if you could impress event guests you could even get funded. So, Just learn, plan, execute, get funded and eventually become a successful entrepreneur.

 

3) Entrepreneurship Seminar: Get an exclusive chance to meet CEO’s of some of the successful firms in India. They will guide you about Do’s and Dont’s of the business.

 

4) Panel Discussion: Clear your doubts with the existing e-commerce website owners. (And if you are good enough who knows if they need you later.)

 

It is like a package of opportunities knocking on your door. You can’t insist on for anything more than that. It will be worth your time and money.

 

And the best part is, WoodsEve Team, The Organizing Team will assist you out, flash out the poster of “MARKETO”. Join the event and reserve your ticket at https://www.payumoney.com/events/#/buyTickets/marketo

 

Yahoo Mobile Meetup 2nd Edition On December 1, 2015 at Yahoo India Campus, Yahoo Ltd, Torrey Pines, Embassy Golflink Business Parks, Intermediate Ring Road, Bangalore, KA 560 071, India November 22, 2015


Yahoo India Mobile Meetup

Yahoo Mobile Meetup 2nd Edition On December 1, 2015 at Yahoo India Campus, Yahoo Ltd, Torrey Pines, Embassy Golf Link Business Parks, Intermediate Ring Road, Bangalore, KA 560 071, India

 

Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Time: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Venue: Yahoo Ltd, Torrey Pines, Embassy Golflink Business Parks, Intermediate Ring Road, Bangalore, KA 560 071, India
Fee: Free, sign-up Required.

Join Second Edition of Yahoo Mobile Meetup in Bangalore being held on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM (IST) at Yahoo Campus, Bangalore following on from the success of our first Mobile Meetup in June, 2015.

Connect and network with YAP product and engineering people coming in india from the US.

Learn latest development around Yahoo Mobile Developer Suit, Deep Dive into Flurry Analytics, Yahoo App Publishing Platform and much more.

 

Here is the current schedule for the event. 

 

5:00 PM Doors open registration
5:30 PM Welcome and mobile insights sharing
5:45 PM Overview of the Yahoo Mobile Developer Suite.
6:00 PM Flurry Analytics deep dive with user case studies
6:30 PM Mobile Monetization – Yahoo App Publishing
7:00 PM Panel Discussion with Yahoo speakers.
7:30 PM Break out networking with pizza and drinks.
8:30PM Event ends

 

At this event, mobile developers will get the opportunity to network with fellow participants from the vibrant mobile developer and start-up community in Bangalore. You will be able to get some practical information our Mobile Developer Suite, which could help you to measure, advertise, monetize and improve your mobile apps.

Sign up now to apply for a spot at this event.

 

 

Google Analytics, Web Analytics: Searching is easy, provided you know what to search for! August 24, 2013


Google Analytics, Web Analytics: Searching is easy, provided you know what to search for!

Date:    Not Decided

Venue:    Not Decided

** Web Analytics **

Details:

Once you can “identify what matter the most”, searching through heaps of data becomes a breeze.

Most people get wrongly started with the tool, thinking it will solve the data analytic problem. Only later to realize they are flooded with data & soon quit the data mining game.

Before one explores data analytic tool, let’s set foundation framework on what to look for –

This includes..

Let’s explore the skill using game-storming principles – forming team and then building the ship as per journey you decide to take ( in other words, online campaign )

1: Aligning your metric with your business goal

2: What your executive dashboard should look like

3: Which metric most people booast and why you should not bother

4: What should you measure? Primary metrics & Secondary Metrics.

5: Setting up your value of goal – Setting up micro conversion and macro conversion

6: 80 20 rule, where should you put your maximum effort?

7:Defining the funnel of your marketing – measurement

8:-Benchmarking your metrics for performance tracking

If you reached till here, yes, its free.

 

Global Big Data Conference in Bangalore from Aug 8 to Aug 10, 2013 July 26, 2013


Big Data Bootcamp Bangalore

Global Big Data Conference

Thursday, August 8, 2013 at 10:00 AM – Saturday, August 10, 2013 at 6:00 PM (IST)

Bangalore, India

Fee: $ 600

Event Details

Global Big Data Conference is offering 3 day extensive bootcamp on Big Data. This is a fast paced, vendor agnostic, technical overview of the Big Data landscape. No prior knowledge of databases or programming is assumed. Big Data Bootcamp is targeted towards both technical and non-technical people who want to understand the emerging world of Big Data, with a specific focus on Hadoop, NoSQL & Machine Learning. Attendees will experience real Hadoop clusters and the latest Hadoop distributions.

Corporate:
Why you should send your employees to BigData Bootcamp?
Unlike other big data training sessions, our boot camp is unique in the following aspects:

  • Experts in the Big Data from the US with hands on experience provide the training
  • Our training is vendor agnostic and provide hands-on exercise of installing and running jobs on Hadoop
  • We can customize our training to your corporate needs
  • 3 days of intense training (8 hrs/day) with multiple use cases to practice (equivalent to one full month’s training from other sources)
  • A Big Data Certification will be provided upon completion of the training

Individual:
Unlike other big data training sessions, our boot camp is unique in the following aspects:

  • Experts in the Big Data from the US with hands on experience provide the training
  • 3 days of intense training (8 hrs/day) with multiple use cases to practice (equivalent to one full month’s training from other sources)
  • Trainees will get a good overview of Big Data and be able to gain employment in highly lucrative Big Data industry
  • Top performers in the class will get placement assistance from the trainers
  • Our training is vendor agnostic and provide hands-on exercise of installing and running jobs on Hadoop
  • A Big Data Certification will be provided upon completion of the training

Who Should Attend:
Engineers, Developers, Architects, Networking specialists, Managers, Executives, Students, Professional Services, Architects, Data Analyst, BI Developer/Architect, QA, Performance Engineers, Sales, Pre Sales, Technical Marketing, PM, Delivery Manager

Big Data Track Agenda

Day -1 (Aug 8 10AM-6PM)

  • Big Data – What and Why
  • Difference between traditional and big Data
  • Vendors and Tools for Big Data
  • Apache Hadoop/Hbase Framework History, General Architecture
  • Big Data use case studies – Hadoop/Hbase in play
  • Map-Reduce Architecture – Fundamentals
  • Lunch
  • Designing and deploying Hadoop in-house and on cloud – storage/network/compute issues
  • Hadoop Flavors – Cloudera, MapR, Hortonworks, Microsoft, IBM, EMC etc.
  • Hadoop and Big Data as Service
  • Demonstrate MapR Hadoop distribution
  • MapR Hadoop Lab

Day – 2 (Aug 9 10AM-6PM)

  • Big Data use case studies – Continued
  • Big Query demo on Google Compute
  • Modeling Big Data ( SQL and NoSQL )
  • Co-existence of SQL and NoSQL – why?
  • Introduce MongoDB with demo
  • Lunch
  • Overview of Cassandra
  • BooksAuthors Database – Case study of migration from relational database to NoSQL database ( MongoDB and Cassandra )
  • MongoDB Lab
  • QA /CaouchDB Demo/Lab

Day – 3 (Aug 10 10AM-6PM)

  • Options in NoSQL Data Modeling and Design (CouchDB/MongoDB/Cassandra )
  • What to use – SQL, NoSQL, memory/columnar databases
  • Cost/Benefit analysis of using these products – Use case studies
  • Introduction to Data Science
  • Lunch
  • Data Science and Big Data Value generation
  • Modeling and Prediction – Important skills
  • Using Data Science Tools for Big Data
  • R as tool and demonstration
  • R Lab & H2o Lab
  • QA

Requirements:

Good to have basic business/industry knowledge
Good to have basic database, sql & linux skills
Eager to learn with team and have fun.

Lab Requirements

Each student should bring their own 64bit laptop ( Windows 7/8 and Mac, Virtualization Enabled, Minimum 4GB Ram and Free 25GB-50GB hard disk ) with administrative privileges and wireless connectivity. If you have AMD laptop, it should be AMD-V enabled. If you have Intel laptop or Mac, it should support Intel-VTx. An extra USB drive of 16gb minimum will be handy if you want to use your personal USB drive for all files and images.

Refund Policy:

No refunds will be given for cancellations

If you have any questions concerning Big Data Bootcamp, please do not hesitate to contact events

 

64 Core Processor, That’s it. We require more and We have available more too to grab. -Upto 1000 Core Processors are available as on date. Its not amazing. It’s the current. June 21, 2012


Do you really think, you require 1000 core processor for computing at desktop, mobile devices, tablets level?Year of 2012 has been named for chip, processor and its architecture which enabled multicore processor to be available to enduser for use in embeded devices, mobile devices, tablets, smart phones and still vendor have another six months to go to reach the masses and bring down the cost of these processors.

1. Way back in October of 2009, Tilera Corp announced that it had managed to squeeze 100 cores onto a single chip. The announcement focused on a new line of multi-core processors called the TILE-Gx series. Tilera said it planned to release 16, 36, 64, and 100 core models with the goal of simplifying system architecture. So far, the company has launched the 16, 36, and 64, 100 core core models.

The same chip architecture can take the chip upto 1000-Core Processor.

2. On the other side, Adapteva Aims 64-core Chip at Tablets, Smartphones since these are demanding more computing power, and chip company Adapteva hopes to bring server-type performance to the devices with a chip.

3. MIT’s 100-core CPU will be ready by this year as announced in January 2012.

4. Toshiba Develops 64-Core System-on-Chip for Embedded Apps to be used in digital consumer products, mobiles, tablets, automotive products.

Toshiba Corp. had developed a low-power, many-core System-on-a-Chip (SoC) for embedded applications in such areas as automotive products and digital consumer products. The prototype SoC integrates 64 cores, eight times more than its multi-core predecessor unveiled in 2008 and operates 14 times faster.

Recent advances in multimedia processing, including video encoding and decoding and image recognition, have relied on multi-core processors that combine high performance with low power consumption. Many-core processors go a step further; by increasing the number of cores they boost SoC performance to much higher levels. However, the power consumption and size of many-core SoC have been problems for their use in embedded applications. Toshiba’s many-core SoC secures significant advances in performance while maintaining low power consumption suitable for embedded applications.

Within a 209.3mm2 die, two 32-core clusters are integrated with dynamically reconfigurable processors, hardware accelerators, dual-channel DDR3 memory controller and other peripherals. Processor cores in one cluster share a 2MB level-two cache connected through a tree-based network-on-chip (NoC). The high scalability and low power consumption is accomplished by the parallelized firmware for multimedia applications. For example, MPEG4-AVC/H.264 1080p 30fps decoding requires under 500mW of power, whereas super resolution 4K2K 15fps image processing demands under 800mW. The SoC integrates image recognition hardware accelerators. The new many-core SoC secures 1.5 trillion operations per second at 333MHz, a processing rate 14 times faster than that of its eight-processor multi-core predecessor.

The new SoC applies low power technologies throughout its structure, including multi-level power gating, clock gating and Toshiba’s proprietary low power data-mapping flip-flop circuit. Advancing the fabrication process to 40nm secures a 40% to 50% boost in power efficiency over the company’s previous multi-core chip, manufactured with 65nm process.

Toshiba plans to apply the many-core SoC and its related technologies to high performance over-HD (high definition) resolution image processing and recognition.

So what these processors could effect apart from digital consumer devices such as tablet, android enabled devices including tv.
These processors will be very helpful in below mention high demanding area.

Multimedia Applications:
Video Transcoding/Transrating
Videoconferencing MCU and Endpoints
Streaming IPTV and Video-on-Demand
Video Post-Production Processing

Cloud Computing Applications
Web Applications (LAMP)
Data Caching (memcached)
Database Applications
Storage

Firewall & VPN
Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDS/IPS)
Application Delivery Controllers (ADC)
L4-7 Deep Packet Inspection
Network Monitoring and Forensics

 

Great Indian Developer Summit 2011 at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore on April 19-22, 2011 April 14, 2011


Event: Great Indian Developer Summit 2011
Date & Time: Tuesday April 19, 2011 – Friday April 22, 2011 from 9:00am – 5:00pm
Location: Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Karnataka 560012

Website: http://www.developersummit.com

Participation Fee: INR 2999/-

My recommendation about the event:

Great Indian Developer Summit 2011 is the 3rd Edition. I myself participated in Great Indian Developer Summit 2009 event. I like it much, Specially the presentation of Jesse James Garrett, The Father of Ajax.

Saltmarch Media selects the best speakers for the event. It is not an ordinary event. Luck your best.

About the event:

Great Indian Developer Summit is the gold standard for India’s software developer ecosystem for gaining exposure to and evaluating new projects, tools, services, platforms,languages, software and standards.

Packed with premium knowledge, action plans and advise from been-there-done-it veterans, creators, and visionaries, the 2011 edition of GIDS features focused sessions, case studies, workshops and power panels that will transform you into a force to reckon with.

Featuring 3 co-located conferences:GIDS.NET, GIDS.Web, GIDS.Java and an exclusive day of in-depth tutorials – GIDS.Workshops.

For more information visit: http://www.developersummit.com
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Workshop on Software Estimation Techniques using Use Case Points, Bangalore, India on August 27, 2009 August 19, 2009


Events: Workshop on Software Estimation Techniques using Use Case Points
Date: Thursday August 27, 2009
Location: Hotel Nandhana Grand, N0. 52, 5th Cross, 6th Block, 60 ft Road, Koramangla, Bangalore, Karnataka Get Directions
Ticket Info: Rs. 3,500.00 + 10.36% Service Tax for Per Participant
Website: http://www.knowledgeworksindia.com
More Details: http://www.knowledgeworksindia.com/download/UCP_Aug09.htm

 

 
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