Wednesday Apr 16, 2008

News From Sun Campus Ambassadors in Thailand, Chile, Argentina, and China

Read the news from and about campus ambassadors Kritsana Chansathit, Felipe Cerda, Kashing Chan, Max Li, and Ezequiel Singer.

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Tuesday Apr 15, 2008

News From Sun Campus Ambassadors Worldwide

Read the news from and about campus ambassadors Lucas Torri, Jonas Dias, Jose Vazquez, Preston Thornburg, Saloni Arya, and DengHui.

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Thursday Apr 10, 2008

Student News Feed on Planets.sun.com

Get the latest news and technical tips from Sun campus ambassadors with the new student news feed on Sun's blog aggregator, planets.sun.com.

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Friday Mar 28, 2008

News From Sun Campus Ambassadors: Denmark, California, and the Czech Republic

Campus ambassadors Sidsel Jensen, Christopher Leung, Tomas Hrasky, and Miroslav Kopecky wrote about their tech talks and other experiences.

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News From Sun Campus Ambassadors: Peter Wong Earns SCJA Certification

Peter Wong, Sun campus ambassador at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has earned his SCJA certification.

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Tuesday Mar 25, 2008

News From Sun Campus Ambassadors: Fábio Augusto da Silva Earns SCJP

Fábio Augusto da Silva, campus ambassador from Brazil, has earned his certification as a Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP).

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News From Sun Campus Ambassadors: Canada and India

François Proulx and Kumar Abhishek describe their recent presentations to students in Montreal and Chennai.

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Monday Mar 24, 2008

News From Sun Campus Ambassadors: Demo Event in Australia

Sun campus ambassador Zhiqi Tao recently hosted a demo on developing Java desktop applications with Netbeans IDE 6.0 at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Read his summary of the demo, complete with videos, code samples, and many links.

Learn more about the good things happening at Sun: internships, the Campus Ambassadors program, and Sun's portal for student developers.

Wednesday Mar 05, 2008

News From Sun Campus Ambassadors: Videos From WWERC 2008

The 2008 Worldwide Education and Research Conference ended on February 27, and two Sun campus ambassadors have provided commentary and links to selected videos.

Ezequiel Singer of Argentina participated in a panel discussion on communities and provided his notes both en español and in English.

Vincent Ding of the People's Republic of China provided the link to multiple videos of events recorded at the WWERC conference.

Learn more about the good things happening at Sun: internships, the Campus Ambassadors program, and Sun's portal for student developers.

Monday Mar 03, 2008

News From Sun Campus Ambassadors: Daniel Rosenthal of Florida State University

Daniel Rosenthal, a Sun campus ambassador at Florida State University, wrote a blog entry about his recent one-day visit to the Sun campuses in Menlo Park and Santa Clara, California. Here's what he found.

Learn more about the good things happening at Sun: internships, the Campus Ambassadors program, and Sun's portal for student developers.

Monday Feb 04, 2008

Students: Learn About New Opportunities at Sun

Where can you find hot technologies, open-source communities, and job opportunities? Sun is looking for students who are ready to innovate and create the future. Check out the Student Developer pages.

Tuesday Nov 13, 2007

Students: Sun Labs Internship Opportunities

Interested in leading-edge technologies? Check out the internships available at Sun Labs, the research arm of Sun Microsystems, Inc. Click on "Current Job Listings" to see positions available in Massachusetts and California. Read more.

Tuesday Oct 16, 2007

Students: Sun Labs Internship Opportunities

Interested in leading-edge technologies? Check out the internships available at Sun Labs, the research arm of Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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