News From Sun Campus Ambassadors Worldwide
By GD on Jul 29, 2008
Angad Singh of Jaypee Institute of Information Technology University, India, is the campus ambassador of the month for July on Sun's student portal. He is the winner of the Code for Freedom contest and of a NetBeans Innovator's Grant for his project proposal, Regular Expressions Module. Congratulations, Angad!
Silveira Neto, campus ambassador at Federal University of Ceará in Brazil has posted this blog entry with videos and code samples about handling mouse events with overlapping nodes in JavaFX technology, using NetBeans IDE 6.1 and the development version of the JavaFX NetBeans plugin.
Sushant Kumar, campus ambassador at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University in India, is working with friends from other universities on the JNeuralNet project based on artificial intelligence and neural networks.
On CampusCast, Mike Coe and Dr. Jordan Slott talk with Sun campus ambassador Ezequiel Singer about his introduction to the world of online communities and his excitement about open source. Singer has taken his studies about open source to the next level by using Java technology and the NetBeans IDE in helping to replace the library system at Universidad de Buenos Aires, where he is a student. Listen to the podcast.
Sidsel Jensen, campus ambassador at the University of Copenhagen, is helping to organize the 11th annual Open Source Days to be held in Denmark in October. For more information about the conference, visit the Open Source Days home page or contact the Open Source Days coordination team.
Ambassadors: The Sun Academic Initiative program team has announced that the Sun Learning Connection will migrate to a new delivery system in August. If you are currently enrolled in an SAI course, you must complete the course and print your course completion certificate by August 15, 2008. Neither your current account details (SAI-Company Name and ID) nor your course history will migrate to the new delivery system. Contact the SAI team for more information.
Keep up with Sun's campus ambassadors by reading their blog postings.