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Secret Project unveiled

Hi,

This is to formally announce the "secret" project that i wished to do for last couple of weeks. i had thought of this way back when i was trying to develop my CMS, but due to technical website constraints, had to shelve it out. Now that i have enough minimal requirements (except for time constraints Tongue out), following is the announcement of my new project.

"Welcome to the SocioDev Networking. This is a project under development where I aim to create a social network for the developers. Developers are the heart of the IT industry and they have their own ways of working. This place will try to bring in various developers together where in they can share, keep a track of their work, interact with different communities, keep abreast of the latest happenings."

The initial phase of development will yield results bearing close resemblance to a website CMS and will help into my development of my Final Year project. Now you know who will be the 1st testers of my project Laughing. I havent asked any1 to assist me, but i feel working alone will restrict the approach and the imagination.

I am not gonna reveal any of further details, which will just add to the hype surrounding my project. Wink Still you all are free to add/request for features in the project.

Regards,

Bhavik Vora.

From SOA to Wireless Mesh Networking !!!

Well finally we have chosed our BE. PRoject ! We as in - I, Veenit Mavani, Krunal Dedhia and Ankit Shah. Well my project was supposed to be SOA and we were supposed to particpate in IBM The Great Mind Challenge, but due to some technical problems Tongue out - I/We dont kno JAVA ;)

Finally we have setteled for Wireless Mesh Networking (See Problem Statement below). The only reason i feel we chosed this topic to evade JAVA :P  and to stick to C#.NET. lol. The actual reason behind this is that I always wanted to do something in Wireless Networking. Lets see how much am i able to do, since i am already missing (bunking) all lectures, Thanks to PRAXIS. This project will be done in accoedance with the Microsoft Academic Project - (http://msapp.net).

Problem Statement :
Setup and Configure a Virtual Wi-Fi Network in your institute using Microsoft’s Mesh Networking Resource Toolkit 2005.  You should use a single wireless card and be able to connect to multiple Wireless networks .

Well it seems easy.. lets see how well it works out. Also i am including the list of resources/help ::

GETTING STARTED
• Check out the overview at Mesh Networking - http://research.microsoft.com/mesh/
• You will find documentation relevant to Mesh Networking at this link - http://research.microsoft.com/netres/kit/documentation.htm . Learn about MultiNet in this page. There are presentations and videos to help you learn more on the topic.
• Obtain the Mesh Networking Academic Resource Tool Kit at the link - http://research.microsoft.com/netres/kit/index.htm (check this link for all the information about this kit)
• The downloads section in this link will give you access to the source code of Mesh Connectivity Layer and Mesh Connectivity Layer documentation

RESOURCES
Virtual Wi-Fi - http://research.microsoft.com/netres/projects/virtualwifi/
Virtual Wi-Fi FAQS - http://research.microsoft.com/netres/projects/virtualwifi/faq.htm
Virtual Wi-Fi papers, presentations - http://research.microsoft.com/netres/projects/virtualwifi/
documents.htm

Mesh Networking Academic Resource Tool Kit - http://research.microsoft.com/netres/kit/index.htm (check this link for all the information about this kit)
Other web downloads - http://research.microsoft.com/netres/software.aspx

I hope to learn a lot through this - a new toolkit, a new area of research and hopefully implement this project and atleast come to reach the Additional Objectives :
1. Use the Mesh Performance Measurement Tools and Utilities and provide your observations.
2. Study how you can enable simultaneous connections to multiple wireless networks using a single radio.

UPDATE (26th September 2007)
Thanks to Tejas Shah (MSFT), I have access to the Mesh Networking toolkit :) - set of 2 DVDs and 4 CDs :D 

Cheers !
Bhavik Vora Cool