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  • PHP Developers Required

    *Title:* PHP Developer / Software Engineer *Position:* 6 *Requirements:* • Must have knowledge in OOPS concepts in PHP • Strong desire to learn new

    itshakeel23 5 days ago
  • Code for ' E-Pakistan '

    Dear Group members, There is an opportunity you might be interested in. I have a team of Internee developers in Islamabad fully set up with office space,

    5 days ago
  • Looking for ERF solution for Store/inventory management/production.

    Hi All, I am looking for some one who have ERP software for store/inventory management/procurement/finance which could be customized and implemented in a big

    5 days ago
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Group Description

The Pakgrid is a forum to discuss, share and disseminate the information about cloud computing, grid and distributed systems, high performance computing, Intelligent software systems, sensor networks and high speed wired and wireless networks.

This group aims to develop a collaborative environment through knowledge sharing and discussions. The plan is to build a strong community of researchers who can effectively contribute towards an excellent research infrastructure in Pakistan and south Asia. It aims to act as a think tank for the development of next generation computing and network technologies and infrastructure. Researchers and professionals from all over the world who want to contribute in the effort by sharing their knowledge, have expertise or want to get expertise in these areas are welcomed to join Pakgrid.

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  • 6287
  • Software
  • Oct 23, 2003
  • English

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