I am @ FOSS.IN

At FOSS.IN/2007 with all the gadgets

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BOF on Ajuby displayed on board

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ALL THE BEST FOR BOF

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Me with Moses- the open source evangelist

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Me with Shruti attending the SAHI.com talk

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Thinking something for SAHI.com

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It’s time to grab a cup of coffee with couple of biscuits.

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Team Ajuby in FOSS.IN/2007 (from L to R): Moses, Sanjay and Me giving a head on debate to a guy from Sun Microsystem

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Moses giving demonstration on Ajuby at FOSS.IN/2007 to the folks interested in RoR

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Ahead of all the open source companies(obviously the ahead of display board …hehe 🙂

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The next one little bit closer

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At the IISc canteen waiting for the snacks to come.

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FOSS.IN, BOF, and SAHI

I am lucky that I attended the FOSS.IN third time. FOSS.IN is India largest Free Open Source Software event that used to bringing all loved one of Open Source. This time we moved one step ahead and discussed about one of our project Ajuby in BOF. BOF means Birds of Feather and in term of dictionary, we can say that “Informal meeting in any topic”. It was the great experience to discuss about our project and our company. It was great to project and take the new flour of sales and marketing with Ajuby. Moses, Sanjay, Avinash, Mini, Abinaya, Shruti, Nidhika, Srividhaya, Amit, Synthia and I, were there to present Ajuby. Ajuby is open source application builder framework which is based on ROR. It is totally free to downloads and customized. It supports most of the databases and runs on webrick and mongrel web servers. After finishing BOF I and Shruti attended Sahi session which is presented by original author of Sahi, Mr. N. Narayan Raman. It was great session to understand about Sahi and learn after Watir. Sahi is open source functional automation tool. It is based on Record and Playback. Basically it is developed in Java and Javascript and used Javascript to manipulate events on the browser. Sahi runs as a proxy server and the browser needs to use the sahi server as its proxy. Sahi is released under the Apache License and supports AJAX, HTTP, and HTTPS. For more details and download the Sahi, you can visit http://sahi.co.in. It is very useful to understand automation testing without paying bucks.