I'm teaching in college since 2004, and most of the resources I use in my classes are online resources. Very dynamic and easy to follow, everybody can access and use that to learn more about some subject.
Today with internet and this blog explosion we have it is very good to see people spreading knowledge across the globe.
Hello! I have interviewed Ricardo Nakamura, from enJine project. In this post you will find more information about this great project and how you can use it to learn game programming using Java!
Q1: It is a great honor to interview enJine project team. Who is the enJine project team?
As one of the GELC leaders I can say that one of the things I like most is to teach. Doing that I have the opportunity to share what I know and always learn something I don't from my students.
Every day I try to make my students open to share what they know with others. We talk so much about open source software, but we have also open source documentation available!
Java.net is full of interesting projects. As a helper for the study groups community, one of those interesting projects is footprint, owned by Felipe Gaucho. Learn more about this Java community professional and about his project.
The event happened last October 3rd to October 5th. Most of the presentations are in portuguese.