Showing posts from September, 2012

IEEE Talk on HTML5 at VBIT, Hyderabad

Last Saturday I got an opportunity to speak on HTML5 at Vignana Bharathi Institute of  Technology at Hyderabad. They have an active IEEE Student branch in the college and keep organizing tech events like this.

I borrowed slides from where they have a lot of interactive slides with inline demos and keep updating very frequently with news features and demos.

My version of the slides were a subset of the original ones and modified on top of the ones used in SREC early this year.

It was very good to see students paid a lot of attention during the talks and had a lot of interest in html5 and web in general. It was very easy to communicate as they has a very good understanding of fundamentals of HTML already. Photos are also posted in the Facebook album of the student branch.

Event Report

IEEE CS Colloquium at JITS, Warangal

Last Sunday me and few of my colleagues from Oracle visited Warangal , Andhra Pradesh to deliver talked on IEEE CS Colloquium at JITS, Warangal. I went to Jayamukhi Institute of Technological Sciences to deliver talk on "Introduction to JavaFx and HTML5" . Thanks to my colleague Steve who allowed me to borrow all his slides for this session. The slide credits also goes to Mike and Kevin I inserted some of my slides to keep the session introductory level. This event was actually organized on the occasion of 45th engineers day in India.

Introduction to JavaFx and HTML5 from Neil Ghosh

Some of the photos are here

Aerial view of cricket stadiums in India

I was comparing size of cricket stadiums in Google maps satellite view and thought of putting them in one place with a consistent zoom level. Here are few of my favorites

Brarabati Stadium, Cuttack, The home ground

This has been the center of Orissa Cricket Association where my cousins used play for state.

Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Hyderabad, Nearest Ground

This is the city where I live now, have watch many IPL matches here , tough it has been a bad ground for home IPL team.

Chepauk, Chennai

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Reminds me Matt Hayden and 2001 AUS tour of India

Chinnaswami, Bangalore

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Home for Dravid, Srinath, Prasad, Kumble. Reminds me 1996 world cup quarter final when India trashed Pakisthan.

Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi

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Remind me Kumble's 10 wickets in an innings.

Mohali, Chandigarh

Unconventional low lights , 18 in numbers due to proximity with airport

Wankhade, Mumbai

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India won world cup here in 2011

Eden Gardens,  Kolkata. 

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Biggest ground in Indi…