Technology & Web Design Workshops – 2013 & 2014

The year is not yet over, but just begun. A lot more has yet to happen and a lot has been already planned. Are you the one who love Technology, Web Designing and Developing and does the world term you as Geek and you dont give a damn about it, and definitely you would love to meet like minded people like you, then here’s a list on upcoming conferences related to the latest Technology, Skills-Tips-Tricks of the latest Web Design and Development world from the guru’s!

Find out which one suits your group on choice:
Responsive Web Design – Workshop
A 2-day hands-on workshop on understanding Responsive Web Design and creating websites that work flawlessly on mobile, tablet & PC.

Date: September 3rd (Tuesday) – 4th (Wednesday), 2013
Location: Bangalore, India
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My City Way – Archana, Puneet, Sonpreet

We always want to find out about who was the author of Facebook, Twitter, Orkut. Tried to find out why he/she started it, cursed our fate, that even though we start something nothing has happened yet, just saw them as our role models to mint money. But did we just realize that we hardly used to bother there werent any Indian names with them.

Actually we didnt bother to find some. After all we are Indians, and western stuff fascinates us more than our pure Indian products. Agreed?

Recently got a mail about three people who made the difference in my thinking, my thought and just left me struck with one word awesome. Yes I am talking about three Indians, Archana, Puneet, Sonpreet. Heard these names? Well, where you have time, while you are stuck up poking friends in Facebook, or Just expressing yourself on Twitter or just cursing the new changes on Orkut.
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2 States- The Story of My Marriage

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I just got hold of the book 2 States, I know its a long time after it was published, but you see, now that I am working, I have to show people I am busy working, though half the times I am blogging or eating and sleeping! 🙂

But alas, my room mate brought this book home, and I got to read it last of all. Spent two nights to complete reading it, and believe me, it was worth skipping the long sleeps!

Before I start, I really must salute Mr. Chetan Bhagat, he has really got the flavor of words, that only he knows, how to use the Adjectives (the Spices), verbs (the Masala’s), nouns (the Tadka), and the Story (the main ingredient). The stirring, the flame, the heat, the garnishing, everything is so perfect, that I cant think of doing anything else, before I finish reading the book. Honestly I even postponed my bath for the next day morning, just coz I wanted to finish reading the book.
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