Today I concluded a small batch on IDM 345 here in Bangalore. Published below is the batch photograph:
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This evening I’m leaving a city where the father of Java would enlighten thousands of Java aficionados a couple of days forward to the Valentine’s day this year in a grand event that’s expected to bring a record number of developers under one roof. Well I’m no James Gosling to address an audience of thousands, but came to Hyderabad to teach half a dozen folks some lessons on Sun Fire Midrange Server . The course concludes today and I’m off to Bangalore, hoping to hit Hyderabad soon to find myself seated among a huge audience ,listening to James Gosling and several other distinguished speakers. My dear reader, while you make up your mind to plan and attend this years Sun Tech Days in India, I’ll leave you with the batch photograph of this weeks batch at Hyderabad, concluding today.
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A weekend session on Solaris 10 covering a Virtualization feature, SMF, Least Privilege model, ZFS and DTrace concluded in Bangalore last evening.
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I’m glad to have kicked off this New Year with one of my favourite training programs:
I’m flying back to Bangalore from Mumbai tonight for a weekend session on Solaris
Sun announced the acquisition of Belgium based company Q-Layer, thereby expanding its cloud computing offerings. Read the full story here.