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45 Registration Session Details
Insight Into the World of FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) By A Technology Consultant At Equalmedia, Mr Supreet Sethi - a pioneer in taking abstract problems and transforming them into runnable codes. The F.A.Q On “How FOSS Community Works” and how FOSS manages to come up with Brilliant Codes, would be dealt with by an Advocate of open geographic data Mr Arun Ganesh.
1.45 - 2.30
A plethora of Opportunities and Challenges faced in the Open Source World would be talked about by Mr Surajit Nundy whose been currently working on an open source initiative at JSS to enhance various services by digitizing information. Legal Aspects Of FOSS: Legal issues like trademark, copyright and patents related to Free and Open Source Software(FOSS) by an avid engineer Turned Lawyer Mr Prasanth Sugathan. The Crucial principles, building blocks, and patterns for creating world-class Android user interfaces - all Referenced under The Android Application Development Session By Mr Arindam Roy.
2.30 - 3.15
3.30 - 4.15
DAY 2- 10th MARCH’12 Time 10.00 10.45 11.00 11.45 Session Details Changing the General notion of Linux by Mr Satyaakam Goswami - Currently working as independent tech consultant and specialising in infrastructure for cloud and Android platform. What a Qt app.!!! A tete-a-tete with Mr Sudhendu Kumar Roy- an avid interface designer and KDE developer who would enlighten upon how to put your first step in the FOSS community and Qt App Development . Mr Rishab Arora, an active Mozilla Student Rep who is also a game developer, a Python fanboy and Android enthusiast will reveal the Power of Python
Signals and image processing simplified with the latest software - Open CV (Open Source Computer Vision Library) aimed at real time image processing being introduced by a FOSS enthusiast Mr. Debayan Banerjee. An insight into the software way of controlling and tracking changes: Versioning Control to a user’s file by Mr Anuvrat Parashar, an Open Source geek. Documentary Screening: Revolution OS (2001) is an epic celluloid that traces the twenty-year history of GNU, Linux, Open Source, and the Free Software Movement.
2.30 3.15 3.30 4.55