My name is Amit. Since September, 2012 I am working with Red Hat at Brisbane, Australia. Currently, the majority of my work focuses on the Beaker project, contributing to beaker itself as well as auxiliary projects associated with it.. Previously, I worked at an intersection of Genetic Algorithms and Mathematical Optimization with Engineering applications as part of my Masters research at the University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia. Before that, I spent a year at the Kanpur Genetic Algorithms Laboratory, IIT Kanpur, India. And before that, I worked with Sun Microsystems, Inc in the MySQL Engineering team.
Projects and Writings
My past and present Open Source and community efforts are archived here. I have written technical articles for various magazines in the past and have also written a book and about to finish another.You may view the details here.
Email and elsewhere
My email address is email@example.com. You may follow me on Twitter, on Google Plus or like my Facebook page, where I share things I learn and experiment with.
My LinkedIn profile is here.
I took to photography by chance and have put the better ones at http://500px.com/amitsaha and instagram at http://instagram.com/yaechorand . I enjoy following my wife’s photography at http://500px.com/protyusha and like reading what she occasionally writes.
It was nice to get an update on your doings. Continue your great work and good luck.
Hey Kunal: yeah, for a change just thought of adding a bit of “life” to my blog :) Thanks for dropping by. Good Luck to you too :)
Hey nicely written :-)
Best of luck for your research work!
Great to know you are love what ur doing now.. Best Luck :)
Hello Amit…..I was responsible for helping to name the band! Drop me a line….Mike
a nice written blog.
i liked your research works
i liked Bio-inspired computing and wants to work on it.
Hey.. Nice blog! :)
Best of Luck with your future endeavors~
I’m also currently working a bit on EA and coding some stuff up in Python. I was looking through different Python implementations of Differential Evolution, but everyone seems to spare the exponential CO operator, maybe because it’s really not very well described anywhere or not boosting performance a lot. But I just wanted to see myself. Did you by any chance understand how it is supposed to work?
Greets to the other side of the planet!
Hello Markus: I have emailed you my reply. Thanks for stopping by!
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