News From Sun Campus Ambassadors Worldwide

Lucas Torri in Brazil installed the Solaris OS on his computer and wrote about working with "ZFS, Indiana, VirtualBox, and a bunch of memory sticks."

 

Jonas Dias in Brazil wrote a post about the easy development of OpenGL Applications using the NetBeans IDE and its OpenGL plug-in. He describes it as "a simple guide but... a great place to start."

Jose Vazquez at UAEH in Hidalgo, Mexico, has been posting about his recent tech demos on virtualization and the NetBeans IDE. One demo drew more than 170 attendees!

Preston Thornburg at James Madison University recently wrote about his tech demos of NetBeans, Solaris, and SunSPOT technologies.

The IT-BHU Chronicle from Banaras Hindu University, in Varanasi, India, published a write-up of Saloni Arya's January training workshop on the Solaris OS.

DengHui from Fuzhou University of China shared some tips on how to mount FAT32, FAT16, NTFS, EXT2, EXT3 on the Solaris OS for users who are new to Solaris.

Learn more about Sun's offerings for university students: internships, the Campus Ambassador program, Sun Academic Initiative, and Sun's portal for student developers.

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