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Archive for June, 2008.

Data Leakage Prevention – Overview

A few days ago, we posted a news article on how Reconnex has been named a top leader in Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) technology by Forrester Research. We asked Ankur Panchbudhe of Reconnex, Pune to write an article giving us a background on what DLP is, and why it is important. Data leakage protection (DLP) […]

Reconnex named a leader in DLP by Forrester

(Newsitem forwarded to punetech by Anand Kekre of Reconnex) Reconnex, has been named a “top leader” in the data leak prevention space by Forrester in its DLP Q2 2008 report. DLP software allows a company to monitor all data movements in the company and ensure that “sensitive” data (i.e. intellectual property, financial information, etc.) does […]

User groups in Pune & meetings this weekend: Java, Linux, Flex, Ruby

I just added information about four user groups in Pune to the Groups and Organizations page in the PuneTech wiki: PuneRuby, PuneJava, Pune Linux Users Group (PLUG), and Pune Flex Users Group (PuneFUG). Please take a look at their pages to get an idea of their activities. PLUG and PuneJava have regular meetings. PuneRuby and […]

Agile Development for Java Enterprise Applications – 7 June

What: Talk on “Agile Development for Java Enterprise Applications” by Prerna Patil from Oracle Financial Services (formerly i-Flex solutions) When: Saturday, 7th June 2008, 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm Where: Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR), 7th floor, Atur Center, Model Colony, Pune * Entry is free of cost. No registration required. Entry on […]

Linux Kernel Internals – 7 June

This article has info about a long-term, paid, training/mentoring in Linux Kernel internals. (See disclaimer in full article.)

KQ Infotech is launching a unique training and mentoring program for you. There are two parts to this program. First one is the forty hours intensive training and other one a long term mentoring.

Training will provide you a good understanding of all the sub systems of Linux. It will enable you to debug, modify Linux kernel and write various device drivers. There will be a number of theory sessions, practical sessions, peer code reviews and code walk through. All the assignments will be targeted towards specific Linux kernel functionalities.

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