[bitlug] Re: Call for Volunteers-BITLug

  • From: Harmeet Uppal <Harmeet_Uppal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bitlug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 16:56:31 +0530

Working ...
Have 6 yrs exp with 3+ overseas ... 

-Harmeet 
-----Original Message-----
From: Deepak Srinivasa [mailto:Deepak.Srinivasa@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 2:14 PM
To: bitlug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [bitlug] Re: Call for Volunteers-BITLug

Well Harmeet!!
U have vast knowledge on OS and networking  is what i can infer out of ur 
resume:)  Great to have u in our list ... By the way what r u doing 
currently??? (working / studying)

-Dips



Harmeet Uppal <Harmeet_Uppal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
Sent by: bitlug-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
02/17/2004 02:08 PM
Please respond to
bitlug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx


To
"TC, PAVAN" <pavan.t-c@xxxxxx>
cc
Peeyush Prasad <peeyush@xxxxxxxxxx>, bitlug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject
[bitlug] Re: Call for Volunteers-BITLug






Hi Pavan,
Well Lemme cut and paste as to what I write on my resume

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Guardian 90 (D40 & GxxOS: Guardian and OSS on Compaq Himalaya NonStop
Server, HP-UX      10.2,11,Solaris 2.6 and 5.6(Sparc), AIX 4.3,Linux 
(Redhat
& Suse 6.4,7.0,7.1,7.2 (kernel 2.4.2-2)), Renix-5.1, Unix 3.2,Open VMS
5.5-2,6.1(VAX and Alpha), Windows 95/NT. 

RTOS: VxWorks 5.4, Tornado 2.0 and BSP.

HP-OpenView, IBM Netview, Tivoli, BMC Patrol and Compaq Availability
Statistics And Performance (ASAP). Programming for Network Integration 
with
afore-mentioned Enterprise Management tools.

Tandem: C, Guardian and OSS API, SPI programming, IPC programming, BASE24
programming, Pathway and SNAX programming, EMS Programming and event
handling, Meascom programming, Network programming, SNMP sub agent 
writing,
TACL, TAL, SCF, DDL, SQLCI, EDIT, EMS/EMSA, FUP, MULTILAN, NETBATCH,
PATHWAY, DSM,PEEK, PUP, RDF, SAFEGUARD, SNAX, SCF, SPI, NCPCOM, PATHCOM,
MEASCOM SPOOLER, VIEWSYS, MEASURE, PERFMON, TACL, ACI NET24-XPNET,
BASE24-pos, BASE24 Device Handlers, the BASE24 files. 

Unix: C, IPC programming, Linux Kernel programming, SNMP programming ,Unix
Internals, File Systems(VFS, RAM & ROM & DevFS on Linux), Buses (PCI, 
USB),
RPC programming, Network programming and threads(POSIX).

Database: Enscribe, Enform, NonStop SQL/MP and Oracle 7.3x

Protocols (Programming Experience): TCP/IP, SNMP, LAPB and 802.3, TAP &
Hayes for Modem communication.

Working Knowledge: C++, TCL/TK, VC++, Metering Protocol CEI IEC 62056 with
and without DLMS.  

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Well I just Love Linux and haven't been able to get myself to work for and
OS Company. But I love to acquire the knowledge as and when I can. I am 
from
BMS from telecom stream.

I think the discussion should be tailored to help individuals to 
understand
the concepts and assist them in clearing interviews too :).

Thanks and Regards,
Harmeet Uppal.
 

-----Original Message-----
From: TC, PAVAN [mailto:pavan.t-c@xxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 12:05 PM
To: bitlug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [bitlug] Re: Call for Volunteers-BITLug

> I tried logging in to the address specified but haven't been=20
> able to. What
> are the topics that you gentlemen are gonna speak about? Is=20
> it gonna be
> language specific?

Hi harmeet,

This is pavan. I am  a proud member of BITLug :)=20
and currently working at HP.

The plan is to give a series of talks each one featuring
a main programming concept - mem mgmt, processes, file
handling, and the sorts. In the course of these talks,
there will be a lot of info on programming tools in linux,
good programming practices, quirks and tips and a lot of
fun :). From the topics, you can see that it is a talk
not only on programming, but a lot of OS concepts.

There is no bound on a programming language, as such.
A prior exposure to C will be helpful, though not necessary.

all this aside, it'll be nice if you can let us know about
yourself, since you are new to the list.

bye
TC



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