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Tech Events this Week: Open Source, Joomla, Tech for Social Causes, Bio/HealthTech, Azure, PHP

Here is a list of technology events happening in Pune over the next few days. To be informed of these events in advance, you should subscribe to get the PuneTech calendar event announcements by email. Click here to subscribe. [Thu] Scaale Event: Resource management for Business Efficiency for Indo-US Businesses [Fri] FOSSsumMIT: 2-day Free/Open Source […]

FOSSsumMIT: A 2-day, 5-track open source conference at MIT Pune

FOSSsumMIT is a 2-day conference on Free/Open Source Software, organized by the Dept. of Computer Engineering, at MIT College, in association with PLUG (Pune Linux Users Group), happening on 1 & 2 August, 2014. The conference has introductory talks and workshops for students on various topics, and is free for anyone to attend. Day 1 […]

DrupalCamp Pune on 5/6 April; Call for Speakers is open

The Drupal Community in Pune presents DrupalCamp Pune on 5/6 April 2014, a conference for Drupal developers and users. This is a free conference, and open for anybody with an interest in Drupal in particular, or web development / PHP in particular. Call for papers DrupalCamp would love to get your proposals for sessions to […]

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, […]

Call For Speakers: WordCamp Pune 2013 (WordPress Developers)

(Update: This event has been postponed to 23/24 February. See updated details below.) Word Camp is a gathering of all the WordPress lovers in Pune on 23rd & 24th of February, 2013. It is organized by the WPoets, Span Shah, and volunteers from students of Modern College, where developers, designers, bloggers and casual users can […]

Call for Speakers: GNUnify – India’s Biggest Open Source Conference

(Sorry about the late notice. This CFP for GNUnify is open until Wednesday Feb 1st, so please hurry and register as a speaker.) GNUnify, organized by Pune Linux Users Group (PLUG) and SICSR is one of the biggest free and open source conferences in India. It will be held on 10th and 11th Feb in […]

FUDCon – Conference for Fedora Linux Users and Developers – 4-6 Nov

Abhijit A.M. of CoEP writes: We are very pleased to invite you to FUDCON’11 (Fedora Users and Developers Conference) to be hosted in CoEP from 4th (Fri) to 6th (Sun) of Nov 2011. FUDCON is one of the world’s biggest Free and Open Source (FOSS) conferences. Fedora itself is one of the most popular GNU/Linux […]

Python, Django, Git, Virtualization and more at Fedora Activity Day 1 – Sept 24

A Fedora Activity Day (FAD) is scheduled for Saturday, September 24, 2011, 1000 IST onwards at Red Hat office in Pune. The objective of this FAD is to get any beginner, particularly students, introduced to Open Source and Linux in general, and involved in Fedora in particular, in preparation of FUDCon, Pune. Agenda Since this […]

Overview of Wikipedia Campus Ambassador Program in Pune

The Wikimedia Foundation has recently launched the India Education Program. The goal is to encourage professors in India to join a growing global community of educators who use Wikipedia as a teaching tool in their classes. Both teachers and students will receive guidance and support from Wikipedia experts as well as free educational materials developed […]

Pune Students – Become a Wikipedia Campus Ambassador

Wikipedia wants lots of Indian students to be involved in contributing to the Wikipedia, and with this in mind they are starting an ambitious program in India. And this will start with a large-scale, high-impact pilot in Pune. The basic idea is to recruit “Wikipedia Campus Ambassadors” in Pune, who will find, recruit and train […]