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Archive for January, 2013.

Turing100 Lecture: Life and work of John Backus (Fortran|BNF) – 2 Feb

The Turing100 Lecture Series come back with the 6th session. This time, there are two Technical talks, centered around the life and works of 1977 Turing Award recipient, Dr. John Backup. In addition to several other contributions, Dr Backus is well-known for his pioneering work on Fortran as well as the inventor of the Backus-Naur […]

Call for Speakers: GNUnify 2013 – 3-day open-source technologies conference

The call for speakers for GNUnify 2013, one of India’s biggest open source conferences, which runs for 3 days in February (15, 16, 17 Feb) in SICSR, Pune, is now open. If you have done any work with any open source technology, whether it is in the area of System Admin, Networking, Security, Web Technologies, […]

Event Report: VLSI Design Conference Pune 2013

(This is an event report of the VLSI Design Conference that was held in Pune in Jan 2013, by Shakthi Kannan. It originally appeared on his blog, and is reproduced here with permission for the benefit of PuneTech readers.) The 26th International Conference on VLSI Design 2013 and the 12th International Conference on Embedded Systems […]

CSI-Pune/POCC Internship Mela – get an internship job with Pune Startups

Pune Open Coffee Club and The Computer Society of India, Pune are jointly organizing an internship and job fair targeting MCx, BCx, BE and MBA students. The idea is to get together the startups and other companies of Pune with the students who are looking for internships and jobs. This event is free to everyone. […]

Life and Times of Alan Turing by Mathai Joseph

InnoVidya and IUCAA invite everyone to a lecture on the life and time of Alan Turing, widely considered the father of computer science, by Dr. Mathai Joseph, who can be considered one of the senior most computer scientists in Pune. Alan Turing, was a British mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, and computer scientist. He was highly influential […]

LiveBlog: Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan’s address at VLSI Conf Pune

(This is a live-blog of the keynote address of Prithviraj Chavan, CM of Maharashtra, at the 26th International Conference on VLSI Design that is currently going on at the Hyatt, in Pune. For those who didn’t know, Prithviraj Chavan is an electrical engineer from BITS Pilani and Univ of California, Berkeley.) The semiconductor industry in […]

#VLSI-Conf-Pune 2013 Event Report: Intelligent Silicon in the Data-Centric Era

(This is a live-blog of the keynote address given by Abhi Talwalkar at the 26th International Conference on VLSI Design being held in Pune. Abhi is the President and CEO of LSI Corporation. (LSI has had a large development center in Pune for the last 4 years.) (Note: since this is a live-blog, it is […]

Turing100 Lecture: Life and work of Jim Gray – By Anand Deshpande – 5 Jan

The Turing100 Lecture Series come back with the 6th session. This time, there are two Technical talks, centered around the life and works of 1998 Turing Award recipient, Dr. Jim Gray. Jim Gray made seminal contributions to database and transaction processing research and implementions of real systems at Tandem, IBM, and Microsoft. Among his best […]