DevConf.in 2018 is the second annual Developers’ Conference to be organized by Red Hat in Bengaluru, India. It is meant to provide a platform to the local FOSS community participants to come together and engage in the knowledge sharing through technical talks, workshops, panel discussions, hackathon, and such activities.
More about my talk and conference can be found here;
Our goal is to promote and educate people about authentication & authorization. Also, learn about the different concepts JS and how that make up an application secure.
As usual this time also, at end moment I’ve decided to attend this conference and since this conference is organized by Red Hat so I was quite excited to speak here. DevConf first time happening in India. This conference originally started on 10 September 2009, this was the first ever conference organized by Red Hat Czech Republic in the Czech Republic and the rest is history.Continue reading
MakerFest has always been very closed to my heart because from here what my journey as a #Mozillian started and as result, this is my 2nd consecutive year as a Lead organizer and 3rd year as a volunteer from Mozilla India. 😎
This year, Makerfest is back with awesomeness upgrades – 150+ makers, 50 workshops, 25 awesome speakers, and 30,000+ spectators.
A Brief Introduction to Maker Fest:
Maker Fest is the Indian continuation of Maker Faire hosted across America, Europe, Africa and Japan. Maker Faire, which launched in California in 2006, now hosts hundreds of thousand attendees. It is the amalgamation of festivals celebrating the innovators and an art show with booths for inventors, demonstrations, and workshops for attendees.
GirlScript India Summit – It is the first ever women oriented technical festival of India hosted by GirlScript Foundation. It is a platform where students get a chance to polish their skills and explore their potential. The Technical fest will comprise of Events, Exhibitions, Guest Lectures and a lot more, which aims to provide holistic exposure to students.
The India Summit will cover the highlights of ‘Technical Industry’ such as AI and Advanced Machine Learning, Intelligent Apps (Virtual Personal Assistance), Intelligent Things (Robots, Drones, and Autonomous Vehicles), Virtual and Augmented Reality, Blockchain, and Cryptocurrency. It will also include the finest speakers from the technology industry and some successful women entrepreneurs who would like to share their story with us and how it feels like to be a women entrepreneur in India.
Goal: Introduce Rust, WebVR with enthusiastic students, experts who came at this summit. Also, It is a 2-day event that comprises of students from different universities across the country. Moreover, It is a platform where students get a chance to polish their skills and explore their potential. The Technical fest will comprise of Events, Exhibitions, Guest Lectures and a lot more, which aims to provide holistic exposure to students.Continue reading
We are so thrilled to announce that Mozilla India is partnering with the India’s largest Maker Festival, Maker Fest 2018 for the 5th consecutive year. The call for participation is open for all Mozillians.
Mozilla India has partnered with Maker Fest 2018, to map and empower a community of educators and creative people who share a passion to innovate, evolve and change the learning landscape. This year, Makerfest is back with an upgraded awesomeness with a 150+ Makers, 50 workshops, 25 awesome speakers, and 30,000+spectators.
The event is focused on introducing and teaching the state of art system programming language Rust to local programmers and Mozillians in Gujarat. This is the first time Mozilla will participate at ORDINATEUR’17! The summit will involve students and tech enthusiasts from the university. I gave a talk on Rust programming which is one of emerging technologies and one of the major focus of Mozilla.
About ORDINATEUR’17 :
ORDINATEUR’17 is a one of a kind flagship event organized by IEEE GCET Computer Society Student Chapter under the them “Tech Trend & Innovate”
Before, I shared my experience with this talk, so let me tell you one thing that this was my one of the best intellectual programming debate talk. Yes, it is! 😀Continue reading