The next monthly meeting is on 9th March 2019, 15:00 to 17:00, at
Don Bosco Institute of Technology.
Would anyone like to give a talk?
HiPro IT Solutions Private Limited
Date : Feb 24, 2019
Venue : Directi Andheri East
Time : 11.00 am - 05.00 pm
Register : https://www.meetup.com/Mumbai-Technology-Meetup/events/259159548/
1. Title: IoT design made easy
The talk will be about the open hardware IoT related products that we have
been working on at Wyolum. We'll look under the hood, at how off the shelf
modules from players such as Espressif, Quectel and Nordic Semi have made
it easy to build IoT hardware.
Speaker: Anool Mahidaria
2. Title: IoT Data-modelling using Time Series Database
The session will cover How OpenSource time series data-base can be utilised
for data collection and processing which is critically important to most
IoT and machine data use cases. This session will also give an introduction
to various protocols/products such as Graphite/Carbon, TSDB storage and
engines(Influxdb) and real-time processing tools(Chronograf/Grafana).
Speaker: Vikram Aroskar & Siji Sunny
3. Title: Arduino Programming for beginners
Speaker: Siji Sunny & Inderjeet Singh Jaggi
4. Coding Session
System Administrator Qualifications : B.E./B.Tech. Computer Engineering or Science Preferably with linux administration certification (Redhat). Skill Required :
- A hands on understanding of a GNU/Linux distribution preferably Debian or Ubuntu, Strong command of the BASH shell commands, Strong command of at least one shell based editor preferably vim or emacs, Strong understanding and command of the GNU/Linux user/group/other permissions and ownership at PAM and structures, units and divisions at LDAP levels, Strong understanding and command of the GNU/Linux ext3/ext4 file system and hierarchies, Shell scripting, along with minor sed and awk skills is a bonus, Strong understanding and command of Apache, SSH(D), SAMBA, LDAP, Cyrus IMAP, Postfix, Dovecot, Round Cube administration and deployment
- Handle the hosting environment including routine updates and planning and management of longer-term infrastructure upgrades
- Management of the storage infrastructure including backups and general IT maintenance
- Software management (updates and configuration; scripting & automation) of a live hosting infrastructure
- Manage the Data Center and Data Redundancy centre and Servers in Cloud Environment.
- Duties and Responsibilities :
- Installing and configuring software, hardware and networks. Monitoring system performance and troubleshooting issues. Ensuring security and efficiency of IT infrastructure.
- Provide technical support for both hardware and software issues our users encounter
- Manage the configuration and operation of client-based computer operating systems
- Monitor the system daily and respond immediately to security or usability concerns
- Create and verify backups of data
- Respond to and resolve help desk requests
- Upgrade systems and processes as required for enhanced functionality and security issue resolution
- Administrate infrastructure, including firewalls, databases, malware protection software and other processes
- Review application logs 10.Install and test computer-related equipment Email @ recruit-itsmc(a)tiss.edu
Request you to apply to the following or suggest suitable candidates for the given positions.
1. Team Lead:
2. Software Developer: (Python, Struts, prostgresql)Salary: Rs. 40,000
3. System Administrator:Salary: Rs. 35,000
4. Network Administrator:
Salary: Rs. 35000
Email Resume to recruit-itsmc(a)tiss.edu
Note: This is not official communication from TISS.
Best Regards,Ms.P.G. Kavilkar
Digital Security Workshop with Tor Project
Surfing the web can be risky: corporations and governments are tracking
what you do online. But, using Tor you can avoid censorship and online
surveillance. In this activity, you will learn what the Tor network is,
what’s the onion routing and how it’s different from a VPN, how to
install Tor browser and other digital secure tools. If you already use
Tor, we’re excited to learn about your experience using it, teaching and
talking about Tor.
In this workshop you will also learn about the Global South Initiative and
how you can collaborate with Tor Project. We would
like to collect UX feedback and to do UX testing with the group.
There will be another talk about SecureDrop project.
The Tor Project is a nonprofit organization based on Seattle, United
States, that advances human rights and freedoms by creating and
deploying free and open source anonymity and privacy technologies.
SecureDrop is an open source whistleblower submission system that media
organizations and NGOs can install to securely accept documents from anonymous
sources. It was originally created by the late Aaron Swartz and is now managed
by Freedom of the Press Foundation.
* Gustavo Gus - works at The Tor Project as Community Liaison in Global
South. Currently based on Brazil, where he helps to organize CryptoRave,
a massive 24hours cryptoparty in São Paulo, Brazil.
* Pili Guerra - works at The Tor Project as Project Manager for UX,
Community and Tor Browser teams. Based on Spain, she works with free
software and IT management.
* Kushal Das - CPython core developer and SecureDrop maintainer, works
at Freedom of the Press Foundation. In The Tor Project, Kushal is part
of community team.
Location: IITB, Time: 10AM.
Staff, Freedom of the Press Foundation
CPython Core Developer
Director, Python Software Foundation
I am a student at DJSCE, and am new to this group (first time for any LUG).
Just want to say that I am excited to get in touch with you all.
Subject: [ILUG-BOM] RMS Event?
> What happened to the RMS event?
> Navin Dhanuka
I was there for the RMS event in Bangalore on 18,19,20th . I had built the
the registration app for the same as a volunteer for the event and was
invited to attend the event by FSF IN, the event at RVCE.
I really enjoyed the event and the speech was great. RMS has a way to
explain things in a simple to understand and yet entertaining way.
He is super approachable and nice. Even got to have lunch with RMS :) ..,
We really need him to visit Mumbai the next time too. There is alot to
learn for first timers and many like minded people
would get a chance to meet and exchange ideas.
P.S: Forgive me if I have I have broken any mailing list rule, but please
do point out. Im open to learning.
The February 2019 meeting of "Indian Linux User Group, Mumbai (ILUG-
BOM)", will be held on 9th February 2019, 15:00 to 16:30 IST.
IT Lab 4, 3rd Floor, A - Wing,
Department of Information Technology,
Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Kurla (W).
10 min from Vidyavihar Station (W).
1. 30 minutes: Introductions
2. 60 minutes: "Programming in Python, an Introduction" - Joe Steeve
Everyone is welcome :)
HiPro IT Solutions Private Limited