A group of OpenSocial enthusiasts from Pune have come together to bring this event. The event is aimed to unite all the OpenSocial Application Developers from all over the country and just share/code/have fun and maybe inspire a few wannabee.
We are sure this will be a great help towards awareness of OpenSocial and building a strong OpenSocial developers community. As this is a event arranged by some enthusiast developers like us and not by any organization this will be event completely oriented towards OpenSocial and no marketing for any company or jobs.
Venue : ThoughtWorks Pune
Date : 20th December 2008
Team ClubHACK organized its 2nd Conference in India this December and named it as ClubHACK 2008, i was amongst the few who got an opportunity to attend the event and learn many new things relating to security. The talks were wonderful and the workshops were the added advantages. I was in 3-4 talks and 2 workshops, missed a few as was part of the organizing team. Rohit spoke about securing Wi-fi Connection and also talked abt his experiences of the Wardrive in Pune. Kunal's work shop on BackTrack was unparalleled got to learn many things from it. #mumbai attacks was the hot topic in the panel discussion.
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