I am happy to announce my first self-published book on working with
free and open source software projects, titled, "i want 2 do project.
tell me wat 2 do."
Topics covered in the book:
* Mailing List Guidelines
* Attention to Detail
* Project Communication
* Project Guidelines
* Development Guidelines
* Methodology of Work
* Reading and Writing
* Art of Making Presentations
The product details are as follows:
Price: ₹ 399
Pages: 135 pages
Publisher: Self-published (June 2014)
Size: 6 x 9 inches
Binding: Paperback (Perfect Binding)
Availability: In Stock (Indian edition)
You can order the book at pothi.com:
The home page for the book is at:
If you have any comments or queries, please feel free to write to me
An embedded products company based out of Mumbai is looking for software
and hardware engineers.
Good professional experience (1 - 3 years of experience) on Embedded Systems,
C, Linux and scripting tools like perl, python as well as some experience
on make/ gcc/ gdb. Experience on ARM based microprocessors will be an added
Job Description: Working in an embedded products startup as a team member
in developing algorithms and systems software tasks. Candidate will be part
of the team developing BSP and device drivers as well as algorithm
development and integration on custom hardware platforms so some background
will be essential.
Experience: 1-2 years of experience in Schematic design, gschem/ Orcad, for
design of DSP, ARM based systems. The candidate should have experience in
board bring-up, debugging and ability to use debugging tools like JTAG/
Job Description: Candidate will be involved in Schematic Design, Layout
supervision, Board-bringup as well as testing of the developed hardware.
All jobs are based in Mumbai at Powai.
Please contact akshaymishra <at> gmail.com. I can assure the work will be
Date: 22nd June, 2014 (Sunday)
Time: 10:00 to 13:00 IST
Venue: Directiplex, near Andheri Subway, Andheri (E), Mumbai, India
Entry is free of charge and anyone can attend.
We welcome anyone who wants to take sessions (presentations, workshops
etc.) during this event. Please reply to this thread if you want to
conduct a session.
Hope to see some of you there!
We got a maker's space in Mumbai Bandra named as Maker'sAsylum, which has
been started by some of the well known technology enthusiast in Mumbai.
Maker’s Asylum is a not-for-profit organisation that offers a community
space that allows collaborative ideation, bringing together
interdisciplinary activities covering Science, Technology, Engineering, Art
and Math (STEAM) to foster a culture of innovation and learning.