Pune Java Meet – 20th Nov 2005

The Pune Java meet up wil be held at the
Maratha Hall, Hotel Sun and Sand, Pune.

Audio & presentations from the session now available: Java Trends at the Java Meet

Sunday, 20th November 2005
Time: 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm

The Programme:

1) Ashish Kulkarni will speak on

  • Different Licenses – What is free? What is not?
  • Apache WebServer
  • JBoss + Tomcat + Struts
  • PostgreSQL
  • Putting it all together
  • A brief introduction to SAP and how Java can interface with SAP.

2) Harshad Oak on ‘Java Trends

3) Questions and Answers

4) Vote of Thanks, followed by Dinner

The meet is sponsored by SAP For Business Ltd.

The meet is a great opportunity for Java enthusiasts in Pune to come together. So if you are in Pune and excited about Java, the Pune Java meet is the place to be

* Entry is free of cost.
* To attend, just send an email to (satish dot talim at gmail dot com) with the following details -(Name, Address, Contact number, Email id)

IndicThreads will be present at this meet and we will soon have detailed info on all the action at the meet.

>> Where is Pune?
>> Where is Hotel Sun and Sand?
>> Pune-Java Yahoo Group

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>> Towards A Vibrant Java Community

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0 thoughts on “Pune Java Meet – 20th Nov 2005

  • November 16, 2005 at 5:51 am

    Hi All,

    We have urgent Java/J2EE requirements for our offshore location at Mumbai and we are currently looking out to hire 50 Java/J2EE professionals on permanent rolls.

    Details as follows,

    Job Description

    Java J2EE

    Education Qualification: B.E Comp Science, MCA, B.E Electronics

    Experience: For Project Leader/Technical Leader: at least 5-6 years of hands-on exposure. Needs to be independent and technically lead a team of 7-8

    For Senior Developer: at least 4 to 5 years

    For Junior Developer: at least 3-4 years

    Technical Skills

    Strong skills in Core Java, JSP, Servlets, JDBC, JNDI and RMI

    Strong skills in SQL and RDBMS

    Good skills in OOAD, UML

    Exposure to any IDE like Eclipse (preferred)

    Exposure to XML and XSLT (Xerces parser preferred, and Xalan as XSLT tool)

    Experience in using a version control tool like PVCS (preferred) or VSS

    Exposure to LDAP interface/APIs like Netscape or Sun One

    Exposure to other tools like Rational Rose, Webservers like (IPlanet, Tomcat, Sun), Appservers (like Websphere, Weblogic)

    Other tools like ANT, OptimizeIT, Junit is desirable

    Soft Skills

    Very good communication skills

    Exposure to working in SDLC and CMM processes


  • November 15, 2005 at 9:17 am


    Are we not talking about something which is really old. Is Dinner the only interesting thing in this meet.

  • November 14, 2005 at 4:58 am

    developer handbook at a company level is a good idea. but not at a per project level. Teams barely document the project itself..highly unlikely that they will write a project specific developer handbook.

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