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  • March 1, 2007

Meet Some of Sun's Course Developers in India

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
While I was in Bangalore, I met the team of course developers who provide the content of Sun's Java courses, such as Java Programming Language (SL-275). They're a pretty cool group of people, very knowledgeable about NetBeans but, far more importantly, very knowledgeable about the Java programming language. Here's a picture I took of them:

I also interviewed them, because I wondered how those courses come to be. How are they created? What's the process? And how do the course developers feel about the work they do, and what do they think of NetBeans IDE? This group is part of a far larger organization, mostly based in the States. Their roles, as well as their background and personal favorite aspects of NetBeans IDE, are all covered in the interview. Here it is:

Interview with Sun's Course Developers in Bangalore, India

So, next time you're taking a Sun Java course, think about Uma, Venu, Bhuvaneshwari, and Paromita... because they are constantly thinking about you...

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Comments ( 3 )
  • Padmaja R. Deshmukh Friday, March 2, 2007
    I want to know more in detail that how this course is helpful to the software developer?
  • Geertjan Friday, March 2, 2007
    Well, all the courses teach you about the Java programming language, and some technology specification, such as Java EE 5. Why not read the interview and click the links at the top of the interview that bring you to the details of one or more of the courses?
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