Get to know me
Name: Mahendra Mehra
Progressive, Cautious & Independent these three words describes me the best
Even though i am great with groups of people, it takes a bit when it comes to making close friends. I will go the distance for a loved one to the point of self-sacrifice if necessary.I look for creativity, intellect, and honesty in friends. When it comes to family, the expectations are no less.
I can say my Strengths are: Progressive, original, humanitarian, independent.
My Weaknesses: Runs from emotional expression, uncompromising, temperamental, aloof.
My Likes: Fun with friends, fighting for causes, helping others, intellectual conversation, a good listener.
Dislikes: Limitations, being lonely, broken promises, dull or boring situations, people who disagree with them.
Best environment for me: Any gathering of people to exchange ideas.
Qualification: DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER ENG from THAKUR POLYTECHNIC and BE in Information Technology from SPIT.
1(ICWET- THAKUR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING)
TITLE--“ PROTECTING GLOBAL SOA FROM DoS AND OTHER SECURITY THREATS”
countries(ISA -SOUTH KOREA, KINGSTON UNIV-UK, IARIA-SPAIN)
1. ISA NASSUE 2009-SOUTH KOREA CONFERENCE PAPER
TITLE-“ PROTECTING GLOBAL SOA FROM DoS AND OTHER SECURITY THREATS”
2. KINGSTON UNIVERSITY-UK , JOURNAL PAPER
TITLE-“MITIGATING DoS USING HANDLERS FOR GLOBAL SOA”
3. IARIA ICIW-SPAIN ,CONFERENCE PAPER
TITLE- “GSOA RSS BASED WEB SERVICES REPOSITORY AND RANKING”
INFORMATION NETWORK AND SECURITY
WILLEY PUBLICATIONS, UNDER PROCESS
Research and Development work
1.CREATED A LOAD BALANCING CLUSTER USING MPICH.
2.EXPLORED THE TRUE POTENTIAL OF ACRONIS TRUE HOME IMAGE SOFTWARE OVER 40 LAB PC's
LAST BUT NOT THE LEAST
I would like to dedicate this blog to my two wonderful friends Mayank Agarwal & Ashish Mangal, it is all because of their support and priceless friendship that has made me reach this level that i m writting my own blog, most of my articles on this blog are combined efforts of us three during our engineering career.
HATS OFF 2 YOU DEAR FRIENDS
I would also like to acknowledge the extreme support and guidance given to us by Prof Deven Shah without which our Rnd's couldn't have been possible. THANKS A LOT SIR.---> U ROCK