ILUGC Monthly Meet (January 21 th):-
Time : Sat January 21, 2012 (3.00 – 5.30 PM)
Venue: Classroom No 3,
Areo Space Engineering,
Near Gajendra Circle,
Link for the Map: http://bit.ly/iit-aero
Topic: Online Event Registration & Ticketing System
Allsymposium.com is a Free online event & management portal where Students & Academicians benefit by Creating, Configuring (with themes, background etc) ,Sharing with Social networking sites, Online ticketing & Managing user registrations via My Dashboard their events like Seminars, Symposiums,Culturals,Workshops,Conference etc. You can have a look at
Speaker Profile: Senthil kumar [ sekumar123 AT gmail.com ]
Before moving in to Open Source Applications & technologies, he has worked in Several Industries and on various Proprietary Enterprise Applications for over a decade. Have Implemented large Scale projects across the Globe on various technologies. He is passionate about sharing his wealth of knowledge & experience through various Seminars & Workshops. Allsymposium.com
is developed after understanding the difficulties faced by Students & Academicians in organizing and conducting events.
*Duration: *30-45 Min (A demo on the features of Allsymposium.com is included)
Topic: Introduction to Regular Expressions
In computing, a regular expression provides a concise and flexible means for “matching” (specifying and recognizing) strings of text, such as particular characters, words, or patterns of characters. Abbreviations for “regular expression” include “regex” and “regexp”. The concept of regular expressions was first popularized by utilities provided by Unix distributions, in particular the editor ed and the filter grep. A regular expression is written in a formal language that can be interpreted by a regular expression processor, which is a program that either serves as a parser generator or examines text and identifies parts that match the provided specification. Historically, the concept of regular expressions is associated with Kleene’s formalism of regular sets, introduced in the 1950s.
Speaker : R Hariram Aatreya [ rhariram AT gmail.com ]
Hariram Aatreya is a computer engineer and Vedic scholar.
Topics : Introducing Wikimedia India Chapter
The Wikimedia India Chapter (Registered Name: Wikimedia Chapter) is an independent and not-for-profit organization that supports, promotes and educate the general Indian public about the availability and use of free and open educational content, which includes the ability to access, develop and contribute to encyclopaedias, dictionaries, books, images, etc. It is an autonomous entity that does not have any editorial control over content on Wikipedia and its related projects. The Chapter does not have access to the servers hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation in the USA.
Wikimedia Chapters are independent organizations founded to support and promote Wikimedia projects within a country. Chapters are formed by people from within the community and enable volunteers to take their work beyond what they can do individually, besides providing the benefit of a formal organisational set-up. While independent, chapters are recognised by the Wikimedia Foundation.
Wikimedia India was formally approved by the Board of Trustees, Wikimedia Foundation after the recommendation of the Chapters Committee in June 2010 and India became the 29th country to host a Wikimedia Chapter. The Wikimedia Chapter was formally registered as a Non-profit Society vide Registrar of Societies, Bangalore Urban District on 03 Jan 2011.
Duration: 30 Mins
Speaker : Surya Prakash [ suryasalem2010 AT gmail DOT com ]
About Speaker :
Surya Prakash, is a second year, Mechanical Engineering student at Anna University.
He contributes to Tamil wikipedia and wikimedia community.
General group discussions on any queries, events etc.
CDs/DVDs can be shared on prior request.
Announce this to all your friends, social network sites etc.
All are welcome. Entry Free