Archive for the ‘Live Blogging’ category.
This is a quick-and-dirty live-blog of TechWeekend 6 on NoSQL and Databases in the Cloud. First, I (Navin Kabra) gave an overview of NoSQL systems. Since I was talking, I wasn’t able to live-blog it. When not to use NoSQL Next, Dhananjay Nene talked about when to not use NoSQL. Main points: People know SQL. […]
This is a live-blog of TechWeekend 5 on Functional Programming, with talks by Dhananjay Nene (Why FP), Baishampayan Ghose (Clojure) and Bhasker Kode (Erlang)
(This is a live-blog of the Indic Threads Conference on Cloud Computing, that’s being held in Pune. Since it’s being typed in a hurry, it is not necessarily as coherent and complete as we would like it to be, and also links might be missing. Also, this has notes only on selected talks. The less […]
This is a live-blog of the talk on “Trends in High Performance Computing” given by Dr. Vipin Chaudhary, CEO of Computation Research Labs (CRL), the makers of the Eka supercomputer
This is a live-blog of the Pune Open Coffee Club session on use of cloud apps for your business. Since this is being typed as the session is in progress, it might be a bit incoherent and not completely well-structured, and there are no links. This session is being run as a panel discussion. Santosh […]
What are the technology trends that will drive the software industry in 2015? Notes from a panel discussion on this topic at MIT Pune.
Last Saturday, we had TechWeekend #3 in Pune, on the theme of Website Scalability and Performance. Mukul Kumar, co-founder, and VP of Engineering at Pubmatic, talked about the hard lessons in scalability they learnt on their way to building a web service that serves billions of ad impressions per month. Here are the slides used […]
Proto.in is in Pune today, and one of the ideas they are pushing this year, is live online coverage of the event. The idea is that while only 400 people can attend the event in person, many more should be able to follow the details online. With this in mind, this proto promises to the […]
An overview of the dark art of optimization by Dr. Narayan Venkatasubramanyan, an optimization guru, and one of the original pioneers of applying optimization to Supply Chain Management. Intended for a technically savvy audience who might not be aware of the application of optimization in real world situations.
I am liveblogging CSI Pune‘s lecture on Data Management and Data Quality in Business Intelligence, by Ashwin Deokar of SAS R&D Pune. Huge amounts of data being generated these days. Different technologies (from databases, to RFID tags and GPS units), different platforms (PCs, servers, cellphones), different vendors. And all this data is often duplicated and […]