Go Green Initiative @ the 4th IndicThreads Conference On Java 09 that starts on this Friday in Pune, India, brings several novel ideas aimed at promoting a green & eco-friendly ethic.
On Monday, I participated in a Panel Discussion “Technology Trends” organized by CSI Pune at MIT college. The panelists were Anand Deshpande, CEO of Persistent Systems, Shridhar Shukla, MD of GS Lab, Monish Darda, GM of BladeLogic India (now part of BMC Software), and me. Below are my quick-n-dirty notes of the other panelists tech trends.
Hemal Shrimanker in the article ‘Abide by software testing rules’ looks at some of the basics of testing software. Simple and easy to implement rules that are often ignored and lead to disastrous consequences.
“Careers in Software Testing” article looks at taking up software quality assurance and software testing as a career option.
Sun Microsystems has been bought by Oracle. Any such major acquisition means that it’s time for all tech media to speculate on the future of the merger and of the products affected. Below are my 2 cents.
Two of the most respected names in the Indian software industry answer queries on the trends in software development and the IT industry in India. Dr Ganesh Natarajan (Chairman of Nasscom, CEO of Zensar) & Dr. Anand Deshpande (Founderof Persistent Systems) answer queries on topics like developer skill enhancement, cloud computing, software product development and how acceptance of mediocrity is hurting India’s growth prospects.