Thursday, June 06, 2013

TCS Hiring...

Hello frnds, sorry for being away for quite a while. Today I am writing this post for all those freshers that are just out of collage and still searching for a job...

Well their is good news my friends... Coz TCS is hiring...

Job Location: Across India
Education:  BE / BTech / ME / MTech / MSc / MCA
Experience:  Fresh Graduates
To apply for a job, please upload your resume highlighting your qualifications. Please make sure that you provide a valid email address in your resume. They would notify you via email when an opportunity arises that matches your profile.

(Register soon before the above link get expired)

Shortlisted candidates for the further stages will be communicated through email by the Company's HR Team.

Click the above link and follow the process to apply for the position like mentioned in the How to Apply section. I wish you all the best in your job search...

Thursday, January 03, 2013

TAEECE 2013 : The International Conference on Technological Advances in Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering

The International Conference on Technological Advances in Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering TAEECE 2013 calls for paper submissions for the year 2013. The proposed conference will be held at Mevlana University, Konya, Turkey from May 9-11, 2013 which aims to enable researchers to build connections between different digital applications. All the papers will be published in the proceedings of the conference and in SDIWC digital library. 

WhenMay 9, 2013 - May 11, 2013
WhereMevlana University, Konya, Turkey
Abstract Registration DueApr 30, 2013
Submission DeadlineMar 20, 2013
Notification DueApr 10, 2013
Final Version DueApr 30, 2013
Categories    electrical   electronics   computer engineering   technology

Call For Papers

The International Conference on Technological Advances in Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering (TAEECE2013)
Mevlana University, Konya, Turkey
May 9-11, 2013


The conference welcomes papers on the following (but not limited to) research topics:

*Electronics Engineering
- 3D Semiconductor Device Technology
- Advanced Electromagnetics
- Component Technology of MEMS
- Computer Engineering
- Electronics System-Level Based Design
- Electronics-Medical Electronics
- Fiber Optics and Fiber Devices
- Intelligent Transportation Systems
- Medicine and Biology Applications
- Mixed Signal Circuits
- Mobile Robotics
- Networks Design, Protocols and Management
- Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits
- VLSI Testing and Design for Testability
- Adaptive Signal Processing
- Artificial Intelligence
- Compound Semiconductor Physics and Devices
- Device Electronics for I.C
- Electronics & Nano Electronics
- Epitaxy and Light-emitting Diodes
- Giant Area Microelectronics
- Integrated Optics
- Micro/Nano Systems and Networks
- Mobile Computing
- Multimedia Services and Technologies
- Optical Electronic Devices & Photonics
- Signal & Image Processing

*Electrical Engineering
- Software Specification
- Analysis of Power Quality and System Stability
- Analog Circuits and Digital Circuits
- Battery Management System
- Computer Relaying
- Electromagnetic and Photonics
- Integrated Optics and Electro-optics Devices
- Microwave and millimeter circuit and Antenna
- Power Electronics
- Remote control and techniques of GPS
- Robotics and Atomization Engineering
- Signal Processing
- Smart Grid
- Techniques of Laser and Applications Of Electro-optics
- Software Assurance
- Assembly and Packaging
- Antenna and Propagation
- Circuits and Electronics
- Electric Energy Processing
- Electro-optical Phenomena of Semiconductors
- Microwave Theory and Techniques
- Modulation, Coding, and Channel Analysis
- Power IC
- Remote Control and Techniques of GPS
- Signal Integrity Design for High-Speed Digital Systems
- Simulation of Propagation
- Solar Power Generation
- Wind Power Generation

*Computer Engineering
- Algorithms
- Automated Software Engineering
- Computer-aided Design
- Computer Architecture
- Computer Modeling
- Computer Security
- Database and Data Mining
- Data Encryption
- Digital Signal and Image Processing
- Expert Systems
- Information Systems
- Mobile Computing
- Multimedia Applications
- Mobile Wireless Networks
- Wireless Communication
- Artificial Intelligence
- Bioinformatics and Scientific Computing
- Computer Animation
- Computing Ethics
- Computer Networks
- Computer Simulation
- Data Compression
- Data Mining
- Digital System and Logic Design
- Image Processing
- Internet and Web Applications
- Network Security and Cryptography
- Multimedia Networking
- Programming Languages
- Wireless Sensor Network

Researchers are encouraged to submit their work electronically. All papers will be fully refereed by a minimum of two specialized referees. Before final acceptance, all referees comments must be considered.

Submit your paper at

Important Dates

Submission Date : March 20, 2013
Notification of acceptance : April 10, 2013
Camera Ready submission : April 30, 2013
Registration : April 30, 2013
Conference dates : May 9-11, 2013

Jackie Blanco
Conference Manager

All the best and Good Luck :) :)

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Never Too Careful With Social Networking Websites...!!!

I was just surfing the internet the other day when I came across an article about security on Social Networking websites, well i mainly covered Facebook though, but it was a real eye opener. I mean we spend so much time on these websites, share so much about ourselves, our lives, and we don't even realize how, some jerks can use this information against us.... Here take a look for yourself.....

Facebook’s privacy settings can sometimes be a source of confusion for the social network’s millions of users, and in the US, nearly 13 million of them are either unaware of, or simply don’t use, the privacy controls the site offers.

In a recent study, Consumer Reports shows exactly why that figure is nothing short of disastrous, and how over-sharing publicly can be used against Facebook users.

4.8 million people have shared details about their plans for a certain day, making it publicly known when their houses are going to be empty, and 4.7 million have ‘liked’ a Facebook page related to health issues or treatments – exposing details that can be used against them by insurance companies.

Out of the 150 million Facebook users in the US, almost 9% are sharing personal information, but seem to be completely oblivious of the fact, and the lack of awareness has had its consequences. A projected 7 million households with members on Facebook have been harassed or threatened or had users log in to their accounts without permission, a 30% increase on the previous year.

While Facebook has highly customizable privacy tools, giving users control over how much information apps are allowed to see, according to the study, only 37% of them have actually put this feature to use.

Consumer Reports released some interesting figures on what kinds of personal information is being shared publicly online:

39.3 million identified a family member in a profile
20.4 million included their birth date and year in their profile
7.7 million “liked” a Facebook page pertaining to a religious affiliation
4.6 million discussed their love life on their wall
2.6 million discussed their recreational use of alcohol on their wall
2.3 million “liked” a page regarding sexual orientation
While a lot of the responsibility lays firmly on the shoulders of the users, Facebook’s own responsibility cannot be ignored.

A recent study showed that Facebook and Google’s privacy policies are more complicated, and more difficult to understand than credit card agreements and government notices.

Users are more than happy to agree to a site or application’s terms of service without ever reading them, but the study shows that once they do, it can have a negative effect. The study stated:

On average, 70 percent of respondents correctly answered comprehension questions for government notices and 68 percent of respondents provided the right answers for credit card agreements, far more than the percent of readers who correctly answered questions about Facebook’s and Google’s privacy policies.

After reading the privacy policies, 47 percent of respondents felt less comfortable with how Google collects and stores information about activity. Only 33 percent of Facebook users felt comfortable.

Consumer Reports also points to the fact that Facebook can track each time a user visits a site with a ‘Like’ button, whether or not they actually click the button, whether or not they’re logged in to their Facebook accounts, or even have a Facebook account to begin with.

Luckily, there are ways to stop it, but if 13 million US users are unaware of Facebook’s privacy settings, it’s highly likely they’re unaware of this as well.

Facebook has said that several precautions are in place, including “privacy access checks tens of billions of times a day”, and the social network plans to offer users access to “records of their past Facebook activity”, but user awareness is just as important.

Consumer Reports offers users 9 tips on how to understand privacy tools:

Think before typing. Even if a user deletes his/her account (which takes Facebook about a month), some info can remain in Facebook’s computers for up to 90 days.
Regularly check Facebook exposure. Each month, users should check out how their page looks to others. Review individual privacy settings if necessary.
Protect basic information. Set the audience for profile items, such as town or employer. And users should remember: Sharing info with “friends of friends” could expose them to tens of thousands.
Know what can’t be protected. Each user’s name and profile picture are public. To protect one’s identity, they should not use a photo, or use one that doesn’t show their face.
“UnPublic” the wall. Set the audience for all previous wall posts to just friends.
Turn off Tag Suggest. If users would rather not have Facebook automatically recognize their face in photos, they could disable that feature in their privacy settings. The information will be deleted.
Block apps and sites that snoop. Unless users intercede, friends can share personal information about them with apps. To block that, they should use controls to limit the info apps can see.
Keep wall posts from friends. Users don’t have to share every wall post with every friend. They can also keep certain people from viewing specific items in their profile.
When all else fails, deactivate. When a user deactivates their account, Facebook retains their profile data but the account is made temporarily inaccessible. Deleting an account, on the other hand, makes it inaccessible forever.

Friday, May 04, 2012

ORACLE and SAP at war...

Oracle and SAP are at odds over the matter whether the concept of "hypothetical" software license fees can be factored into damages in the upcoming retrial of Oracle's intellectual-property lawsuit against SAP, and the outcome could sharply affect the scope of any judgment in the case.
Oracle sued SAP in March 2007 for actions taken by a former subsidiary, Tomorrow. Now, that provided the lower-cost support for Oracle applications.

SAP admitted liability for illegal downloads of Oracle software and support materials performed by Tomorrow . In November 2010 a jury awarded Oracle $1.3 billion against SAP based on hypothetical license fees. However, a judge tossed it out in September, saying "it grossly exceeded the harm caused to Oracle" and wasn't backed by enough evidence Oracle presented. Oracle opted to reject a lower award for $272 million, and the court ordered a new trial on damages based on lost profits, which is scheduled to begin in June.
Last week, Oracle said it would seek about $777 million in damages for lost profits in the retrial, but in April it also filed motions asking the court to allow hypothetical license damages too.