Accessibility Meet-up August 2013 – Summary

Today was a mess. I was on my way to the August month’s Bangalore Accessibility Meet up and our car got stuck on the way and we had to spend a tremendous amount of time to reach out to service centre and so on, and I was delayed for the meet up. however, it was great to see those who attended the meet up interacted themselves and interacted with the students of NAB Karnataka. Here is the summary of what we have discussed:

  • Techshare India 2014 – explained the team about the event and its impact. We are planning to submit a few abstracts on some interesting topics! We will announce them only when if they get selected.
  • As per request from NAB Karnataka, some of us would be working on re-structuring their curriculum for their Computer training Unit with partnership of a few other organizations
  • Another exciting topic related to training got discussed and stay tuned for some exciting announcements in next few weeks
  • We will be creating a forum to keep track of our discussions. If you would like to be part of the request, please do send a request to info(at)sgaccessibility(dot)com

Jitendra Vyas: Sorry that there was no one at the venue when you arrived; but we surely look forward to meeting you next time.

Next meet up will be on 28th September, 2013.

Srinivasu Chakravarthula

Srinivasu Chakravarthula is an accessibility evangelist for 12+ years. Accessibility is not just his profession but something that is very close to his heart. Srinivasu believes that technology plays an important role to make lives of people with disabilities independent. Srinivasu is recipient of Yahoo! Ratna and NCPEDP MphasiS Universal Design Award. Srinivasu is Certified Web Accessibility Specialist by International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP). Srinivasu is also an individual Professional member of IAAP. Visit his personal website to learn more.

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