Kaustubh and I did a 6 hour long workshop on Data and Maps at the OpenDataCamp Bangalore 2013. Find everything related to the workshop here.
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Riju, Shashank and I pulled off a three day workshop at the Institute for Financial Research and Management, Chennai during 3-5 August. Francesca was around to support us. The key idea behind the workshop was to introduce ways of collecting, processing and analysing the data. Right after the Fifth Elephant, we got together in Bangalore […]
We were part of the planning meeting of one of IT for Change’s project – “Making local governance work for women- Exploring new institutional possibilities”. Riju and I spoke about maps, stories and how participatory mapping can be leveraged in social projects. Here’s the presentation and our notes.
Riju and I introduced OpenStreetMap at the OSS Camp at BVB College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli, Karnataka. On the second day Riju got the students together to map their campus! Here’s the presentation.
Back in Bangalore after 6 days of awesome fun in Calicut. Took a break for Eid and hit home on Friday. Couple of mark lists and course certificates remained to be collected from the college. Hence I was planning a visit to MES this time. Spoke to Sajith Sir and found that Tuesday is a […]
Download the talk and watch the video. This edition of Pycon was in fact very special in different perspectives. I came to know that my talk was selected from Kartik. It has been a while since I hacked on Python with Android but I did follow the updates and new releases. 4 days before the […]
I’m sleep deprived and tired to write down all the awesome time I had at the AndroidCamp. Jobless in the bus, so I should attempt to write something. AndroidCamp was one of the best unconference that I’ve been to in Bangalore. I was so excited when Kiran and Kesava came up with this idea. I […]
Me and Saalim turned up at FOSSMeet 2011 to speak about OpenStreetMap and map the campus. The presentation is here. Unfortunately, there weren’t much volunteers for the mapping party. We got them loving Potlatch 2.
Bagged the first place for the technical paper presentation in MESTECH 2010. Pitched in ALPR using Free Software. You can take a look at the paper here. Thanking Nijad, Shehzad, and Saalim for all the support. And I don’t have words to thank Sajith sir, who always pushed forward to get things done and mentored […]
The association of the Dept. of Computer Science Engineering, MATRICS, is organizing a Tech Week. Students from different departments registered for 3 technical sessions. Me and Nijad pitched in with Python in Mobile Computing with our experience on PyS60 and Android Scripting Environment. The presentation is here.