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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 […]

Tech Events this Week: UI/UX, SAP, ScaleArc, OpenStack, Cocoa, IP @PuneStartups, 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. [Wed] (Paid) : A Front-End Engineering Conference [Thu] (Nominal Fees) Breakfast with @TiEPune: How start-ups can […]

Tech Events this Week: iOS & Android in C#; Arduino Girls; PHP OOPS; Amazon Cloud

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. [Fri] (Paid) Working with the Amazon Cloud Program – Developer Edition [Revised Edition] 2-day workshop [Sat] […]

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 […]

Joomla!Day India 2011 – Joomla conference in Pune on 12th March

Joomla!Day India 2011 is a large conference targeting developers, designers, administrators and users, Business owners & technologists as well as end users of the Joomla! Content Management System. For those who don’t know what Joomla! is, it is a software program that allows easy creation of very flexible, very customizable websites which can be administered […]

PHPCamp – the biggest PHP conference in India – in Pune on 5th March

PHPCamp is back. PHPCamp is the biggest PHP conference in India and happens in Pune every year. Why should you go? If you’re a student interested in web development, you should go to find out what’s going on with the most popular web development language in the world. If you’re a motivated student who would […]

PHPCamp is back – Register to be a Speaker

India’s largest unconference, PHPCamp is back. PHPCamp 2011 will be on Saturday, 5th March, 2011. The venue is not yet decided but the call for speakers is out. If you’ve done any interesting work in PHP, this is your chance to show it off to 100s of PHP developers and students (actually the number has […]

Calling all Drupal users, developers and enthusiasts in Pune – Drupal Meeup Nov 13

Dipench says: This is call for general drupal meetup in city of pune, more and more consulting shops and product startups are now using drupal and its a nice time to start regular monthly meetups to keep a pulse on how people are using drupal. Agenda for the meetup is almost anything under the sun […]

Web applications from the ground up, by Mitchell Tannenbaum

What: Talk on “Web applications from the ground up” by Mitchell Tannenbaum, organized by Pune Linux Users group, and SICSR When: Monday, Feb 8, 2pm Where: SICSR Registration and Fees: Free for all to attend. No registration required Details This talk will cover web applications from a few different angles, starting with what they are […]

Attend PHPCamp, 9th Jan: Because learning from humans is much better than Google

You might have noticed that PHP is taking over the world, unless you live in a cave, or work for a large company. A lot of the world’s biggest websites are built using PHP – Facebook, Wikipedia, Digg, Flickr. And try to do anything interesting on the web today, and you’ll almost be forced to […]