[BangPypers] BangPypers Digest, Vol 30, Issue 25

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Fri Feb 12 10:56:09 CET 2010



 Hi Gurus,

Thank you Kaushiik and Anand 

The settings i mean are the IP address i am interacting, they remain the same.  I am just running my test initiation as usual. 
What i mean, is there is no change either in the environment where i am running and environment at the remote machine both in my control. Any ideas will really help me .. Is there any thing i should try to any commands, reset or seeing the quality of connection etc.
I am not sure if i have helped my selves to allow any help .. My apologies.. 

Thank you .
- Anand

 

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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Help regarding saml2 (bhaskar jain)
   2. Python Jobs at Yahoo! Search Bangalore... (Doug Durham)
   3. Re: Help regarding saml2 (K.Manikandan)
   4. (10054, 'Connection reset by peer') (learningpython at aol.com)
   5. Re: (10054, 'Connection reset by peer') (kausikram krishnasayee)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 17:36:07 +0530
From: bhaskar jain <bhaskar.jain2002 at gmail.com>
To: Bangalore Python Users Group - India <bangpypers at python.org>
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] Help regarding saml2
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On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 2:53 PM, Dhananjay Nene <dhananjay.nene at gmail.com>wrote:

> AFAIK while saml2 can help support session management across domains, it is
> unlikely to be doing it for you. You can use it for authentication and
> combined with a SSO protocol you could allow credentials to be transferred
> across various services.
>
> SAML2 will help you essentially implement cross domain authentication and
> transfer of credentials and privileges .. but for that there's tremendous
> amount of fine level work that will be required.
>
> Note: I have used SAML2 in the past and have written code around it .. but
> that was long ago and I have no idea about what python-saml2 per se does -
> however if it does cross domain session management, it would leave me very
> surprised.
>
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 2:23 PM, K.Manikandan <manikandank at tce.edu> wrote:
>
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > We are trying to provide session management within a big domain, say
> > kkk.edu... like, session usage between aaa.kkk.edu and bbb.kkk.edu. We
> > came to know that saml2 provides session management for these kind of
> > requirements. We are trying to learn about that, but we have found very
> > few resources. Can anyone suggest a way to maintain sessions in a better
> > way or help us in using python-saml2...
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Manikandan K
> >
>
>


Would'nt simple cookies help you here since your domain is the same.

SAML is for identity federation and is too big a monster for your use case.
Have used SAML recently and AFAIK python-saml works for GoogleApps only.
You can use the python binding of lasso library. (
http://lasso.entrouvert.org/)


Domain = ".kkk.edu"


Best regards,
Bhaskar.


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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 14:43:23 -0800
From: "Doug Durham" <ddurham at yahoo-inc.com>
To: <bangpypers at python.org>
Cc: Harsha Khattri <hkhattri at yahoo-inc.com>
Subject: [BangPypers] Python Jobs at Yahoo! Search Bangalore...
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Greetings,

I'm Doug Durham, a Senior Manager at Yahoo! Search.  I'm located in
Sunnyvale California, but I'm looking to forming a new team in
Bangalore.  My team develops Python based feature extraction frameworks
for large scale analysis of search engine and user behavior. 

Our development is all in Python using open source tools.  I am looking
for a manager and two engineers to found the team.  I am very interested
in filling the manager position since this will form the core of the
team.  If you are a manager or are a team lead interested in moving into
management send us your resume.  Of course developers should send their
resumes in too.

This is an opportunity to be in at the beginning of a new team doing
some very interesting Python work.  If you are interested please send
your resume to: Harsha Khattri (hkhattri at yahoo-inc.com). 

Doug Durham
Senior Manager
Yahoo! Search

See the Job Descriptions below: (first the manager then the developer)


Position:   Engineering Manager, Yahoo Search Product - SAMA team
Location:  Bangalore, India

Do you feel that you have what it takes to positively affect the lives
of up to half a billion people? Does understanding the behavior of every
search engine in the world interest you? Is your idea of fun, thinking
about/reading on the web to understand where the next generation of the
internet is going towards? And, lastly, do you think that our mission of
finding, using, sharing and expanding the whole breadth of human
knowledge is a worthy goal to aspire to? Then, we would love to hear
from you and talk to you!

Yahoo! is the most popular internet brand in the world today with more
than half a billion users visiting our virtual door steps every month.
Yahoo's properties like mail, messenger, flickr and delicious are
leaders in their respective fields and our web search engine is one of
the most trafficked places in the web, across the world today.

Yahoo's Search and Advertising, Metrics and Analysis (SAMA) team builds
the tools and produces the analysis allow us to understand every search
engine on earth and grasp user experience at a deep level. Our job is to
build highly scalable systems that can obtain extremely high fidelity
snapshots of the state of search engines and how they react to user
behavior.  Imagine the job of disassembling the latest model of an
automobile to understand how it works in detail.  This is what we do for
the web. We dissect hundreds of thousands of web pages in exacting
detail with zero tolerance for errors.  Building this system throws up
challenges in data quality, scalability, and large scale data
management.

Our team is looking for a highly technical, energetic and passionate
individual who has shown demonstrated expertise in owning/managing
delivery of complex technical systems by working with a team of talented
engineers in the capacity of a technical manager. This person will be
responsible for founding a team to transfer and extend a sophistication
web feature extraction system from Yahoo! Sunnyvale.  This position
requires ongoing close collaboration with the SAMA team in Yahoo!
Sunnyvale to meet the data extraction needs for our ongoing
investigative work. The person in this position will have full ownership
for the architecture and technical direction of the product.  It is
expected that the manager will have a deep understanding of the
technical details of the product and work in a hands on manner with his
engineers.

Core responsibilities of this position:
* Hire, retain and manage a highly talented team of engineers ranging
from fresh college grads to seasoned developers.
* Set a vision for the team and evolve the roadmap of the products owned
by this team, by working closely with various stakeholders including
product management, research engineers and senior management.
* Develop and execute the process by which data is processed and
extracted to meet the aggressive evaluation needs of Yahoo! Sunnyvale.
* Understand and evolve the technical components and the architecture of
the systems owned by the team and maintain the highest standards of
quality for the work delivered by the team.

Required qualifications and experience:
* Bachelor's degree and/or a master's degree in computer science and
engineering, from a top tier institute, is required.
* At least 8+ years of experience, with 2+ years of it in engineering
management positions, would be required.
* Previous work experience in web technologies and/or ETL systems.
* Strong grasp of CS fundamentals, data structures and algorithms,
including recent hands-on experience in building and deploying complex
large scale systems would be required.
* Demonstrated experience in hiring and managing a team of about 2 - 6
engineers would be expected, as a minimum.
* Demonstrated ability in project management significant software
projects involving multiple dependencies and stakeholders would be
required.
* Previous experience in search technologies and data mining or
algorithmic work in these fields would be a huge plus, but not required.

Yahoo! Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.  For more information or
to search all of our openings, please visit http://careers.yahoo.com 





Position:   Software Engineer, Yahoo Search Product - SAMA team
Location:  Bangalore, India

Do you feel that you have what it takes to positively affect the lives
of up to half a billion people? Does understanding the behavior of every
search engine in the world interest you? Is your idea of fun, thinking
about/reading on the web to understand where the next generation of the
internet is going towards? And, lastly, do you think that our mission of
finding, using, sharing and expanding the whole breadth of human
knowledge is a worthy goal to aspire to? Then, we would love to hear
from you and talk to you!

Yahoo! is the most popular internet brand in the world today with more
than half a billion users visiting our virtual door steps every month.
Yahoo's properties like mail, messenger, flickr and delicious are
leaders in their respective fields and our web search engine is one of
the most trafficked places in the web, across the world today.

Yahoo's Search and Advertising, Metrics and Analysis (SAMA) team builds
the tools and produces the analysis that allow us to understand every
search engine on earth and grasp user experience at a deep level. Our
job is to build highly scalable systems that can obtain extremely high
fidelity snapshots of the state of search engines and how they react to
user behavior.  Imagine the job of disassembling the latest model of an
automobile to understand how it works in detail.  This is what we do for
the web. We dissect hundreds of thousands of web pages in exacting
detail with zero tolerance for errors.  Building this system presents
challenges in data quality, scalability, and large scale data
management.

Our team is looking for a highly technical, energetic and passionate
individual who has shown demonstrated expertise in owning/managing
delivery of complex technical systems by working with a team of talented
engineers in the capacity of a software developer. This person will play
a key role in a new team being formed to transfer and extend a
sophistication web feature extraction system from Yahoo! Sunnyvale.
This position requires ongoing close collaboration with the SAMA team in
Yahoo! Sunnyvale to meet the data extraction needs for our ongoing
investigative work. The person in this position will play an important
role in developing the architecture and technical direction of the
product.  It is expected that the developer will participate in both the
development and ongoing operation of this product.

Core responsibilities of this position:
* Work closely with the team to update the abilities of the
sophisticated parsing framework at the heart of this product.
* Provide input on the technical direction of the product in both design
and implementation.
* Participate with the team in moving data through the system to meet
the needs of the Sunnyvale team.
* Utilize standard software engineering practices in design and
development and  maintain the highest standards of quality for the work
delivered by the team.

Required qualifications and experience:
* Bachelor's degree and/or a master's degree in computer science and
engineering, from a top tier institute, is required.
* At least 4+ years of software development experience.  Commercial use
of scripting languages such as Python or Ruby is a definite plus.
* Previous work experience in web technologies and/or ETL systems.
* Strong grasp of CS fundamentals, data structures and algorithms,
including recent hands-on experience in building and deploying complex
large scale systems would be required.
* Demonstrated ability for self directed work and in collaboration with
a team.
* Previous experience in search technologies and data mining or
algorithmic work in these fields would be a huge plus, but not required.

Yahoo! Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.  For more information or
to search all of our openings, please visit http://careers.yahoo.com 










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Message: 3
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 10:19:37 +0530
From: "K.Manikandan" <manikandank at tce.edu>
To: "Bangalore Python Users Group - India" <bangpypers at python.org>
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] Help regarding saml2
Message-ID: <7d2541c1c0211c9982526f5d78d9cb69.squirrel at mail.tce.edu>
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> Would'nt simple cookies help you here since your domain is the same.
>
> SAML is for identity federation and is too big a monster for your use
> case.
> Have used SAML recently and AFAIK python-saml works for GoogleApps only.
> You can use the python binding of lasso library. (
> http://lasso.entrouvert.org/)
>
>
> Domain = ".kkk.edu"
>
>
> Best regards,
> Bhaskar.

              Each aaa.kkk.edu and bbb.kkk.edu receives separate
requests.In such a case,working with req['session'] may not
help here.How does python-lasso help in this scenario?

Regards,
Manikandan.K


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Message: 4
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 01:08:42 -0500
From: learningpython at aol.com
To: bangpypers at python.org
Subject: [BangPypers] (10054, 'Connection reset by peer')
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Hello Gurus,

I am troubled suddenly with (10054, 'Connection reset by peer') error with same 
settings, which was working earlier in the day.

 data,addr = self.mysock.recvfrom(buf)  after this step eclipse dies with 
(10054, 'Connection reset by peer') error.

Have tried after restarting the system 
Have tried after restarting the remote sytem .
Ping to remote system is fine

Note: The IP and every configuration is same as when it is working ..

Any clues will help me ..

Regards
-- Anand


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Message: 5
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 11:55:31 +0530
From: kausikram krishnasayee <kausikram at gmail.com>
To: Bangalore Python Users Group - India <bangpypers at python.org>
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] (10054, 'Connection reset by peer')
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    <2597ddb91002112225j5f5ab87ep589f3e8a963dedda at mail.gmail.com>
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>
> Hello Gurus,
>
> I am troubled suddenly with (10054, 'Connection reset by peer') error with
> same settings, which was working earlier in the day.
>

What same settings.


>  data,addr = self.mysock.recvfrom(buf)  after this step eclipse dies with
> (10054, 'Connection reset by peer') error.
> Note: The IP and every configuration is same as when it is working ..
>
> Any clues will help me ..
>

we will be happy to give clues if we get a complete question.

-- 
Kausikram Krishnasayee
Company: http://silverstripesoftware.com | Webpage: kausikram.net | Blog:
blog.kausikram.net | Twitter: http://twitter.com/kausikram | Email:
kausikram at gmail.com | Mobile: +91 9884246490


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