Women and girls whose male relatives were killed in Sri Lanka's brutal civil war are now helping the country recover, taking on roles formerly reserved for men and heading to schools and universities to complete their education.The so-called "Border Girls" mostly come from towns and villages which formed a human buffer zone between the opposing sides during the 27-year conflict, which ended in 2009 and left tens of thousands of civilians dead, many of them killed in the war's bloody final phase.They’re also looking to move into Dev Ops.” Another one of the technologies emerging now is Docker containers.Aaron, how do Docker containers help us implement this new agile and Dev Ops environment?
I felt like dying but I thought of my kids and family back here," he said. He fled Sri Lanka after being interrogated and accused of links to the Tamil Tigers.
The Government has been sending Sri Lankans home, claiming the threat of war and persecution is over.
But one Sri Lankan Tamil living in Australia has told the ABC's 7.30 a very different and disturbing story.
The island nation barred another British tourist from entering in March 2013 for showing "disrespect" to the religion by having a similar tattoo.
In August 2012, three French tourists were sentenced to six months in jail, which was suspended for five years, for kissing a Buddha statue in what authorities considered a sign of disrespect.
Check out the summary and watch the full replay below to hear experts discuss their experience with transitioning into a hybrid cloud environment. Moderator: Nik Mc Crory, IBM Special Events Infrastructure: New Technology & Integration Architect Panelists: Aaron Huslage – Docker Solutions Engineer Michael Samano – IBM Solutions Engineer Sanjay Nayak – IBM Software Architect David Linthicum – Cloud Computing Visionary David, what kind of adoptions are you seeing with Dev Ops in hybrid cloud environments?