Posted in Perl on Jun 30, 2020
My collection of useful one-liner scripts in Perl.
Posted in Linux System Programming on Jun 30, 2020
A gentle introductory article about various IPC mechanisms supported by Linux
Posted on Oct 11, 2011
My friend Mr. Noufal Ibrahim just announced a public (open-house) training on Version Control using Git at the Millenia, Bengaluru on October 22nd 2011 and October 23rd 2011.
More details at the following URL:
Please do spread the word around :-)
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
On behalf of Slashprog Technologies, I’m organizing a 40 hour weekend training program on Core Python programming starting from February 5th, 2011 (Saturday). The details of this training program are as below: Course duration: 40 hours (5 hours per module x 8 weekends) Course span: 2 months, 8 weekends (approximately).
The training program will be conducted on every Saturday between 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
The first introductory training module is FREE for all and is scheduled on February 5th, 2011 (Saturday) between 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM at our office venue.
Kindly do refer to your friends/co...
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
My friend Mr. Noufal Ibrahim just announced a public (open-house) training on Extending Python using C at Regus Business Centre - MG Road, Bengaluru on January 8th 2011 and January 9th 2011.
I personally know Mr. Noufal Ibrahim since the IRC days (year 2000) as a brilliant developer/programmer with passion for Python programming. He has contributed immensely to various projects on Python/related technology in FOSS. He is known for his active involvement in the Python community mainly in India, and has been the lead organizer of PyCon India Conference (2009, 2010).
More details about his traini...
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
It was an idea of mine about 3 years back to create a business networking vertical around trainers and the training industry - to get trainers from all over the world (technical and non-technical trainers) into a community where they can interact and to provide a list of usability features (schedule calendar, contact network, references, profile and so on) and address common issues that most trainers would face in day-to-day activities. In simple words - my plan was to create a resource-hub site for trainers.
Now, with a team of people that I trained @ Slashprog Technologies, this project has ...
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
Finally, I managed to put together all pending efforts to get my company website up and working. Well - its in a perpetual beta mode right now. A lot of work is still pending. But it must be largely usable right now (with some rough edges - of course).
As an update, I will be conducting full-time (8 hours stretch) fast track training programs on a couple of technologies starting this month. More information about it can be found at http://www.slashprog.com/
Be sure to tune into http://www.slashprog.com/events.html to get the latest updates on training programs that I conduct at my office premi...
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
After a very long time (close to 4 years), I managed to use my weekend for conducting a free python bootcamp as a jump-start for my new venture. Like the previous times, the training hall went full-house with lots of enthusiastic people willing to learn Python programming.
Python weekend bootcamp participants at Slashprog
Special thanks to Mr. T. Shrinivasan - an active LUG member of ILUG-Chennai and Kanchi-LUG (and yes, my old student and a good friend) for inviting members of Kanchi LUG for the bootcamp. He also helped me in logistics and other arrangements for this bootcamp!
I would also li...
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
Finally, I've planned to jump-start my company operations from the coming week. To mark the start, I've announced free bootcamp on Python over this weekend (April 10th, 2010 and April 11th, 2010) to the relevant lists with people interested in learning the language (more details on http://www.chandrashekar.info/training/free-weekend-core-python-bootcamp.html). Its been a lengthy and hectic weekend - my stint at bringing up my company website on drupal has not been fruitful. A lot of work to be done and too less time in my hands.
Let me hope that I get enough time to work on finishing all my pe...
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
I started my career as a casual employee - that is, I did my first job (as a computer hardware and networking trainer back in '95) for two reasons. Firstly, to spend maximum time at the computer lab in order to learn and enjoy assembly and C programming. Secondly, to improve my confidence in communication and people-to-people interaction. I moved onto full-time employment as a systems programmer for a short-while to test my actual programming skills and my ability to work on full-time basis in a typical software company.
After a short stint at being employed full-time, I decided to take a gian...