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Frans Thamura

Frans Thamura, the most Java-man on earth, lives in Jakarta, in Java island, Indonesia. He owns several Java companies, is a JUG Indonesia Leader, Java Champion and Oracle Regional Director, and a JEDI implementator in Indonesia under JENI Project, a goverment owned Java education services Founder of Meruvian, jTechnopreneur Program. Contact: Mobile: +62 855 7888 699 Email: frans at meruvian dot org

 

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Source Code Viewer - My First Commit

Posted by fthamura on March 18, 2011 at 5:50 PM PDT
I like the "subproject" and JIRA, which now inside Java.net ( I am not using kenai.com since it launched, sorry Sun). I prefer blog here, honestly this is not my main blog, my main blog at www.jroller.com/fthamura, Felipe asked me, to blog here, sad he has gone...

2 Big Umbrella Project of Our Work at Java.net (now)

Posted by fthamura on March 4, 2011 at 5:36 AM PST

Just setup 2 Umbrella of our projects, and 13 projects for both. Meruvian and BlueOxygen, both with Chat. The rest project wil

Meruvian have chankillo, medallion, yama, midas.

BlueOxygen have Aero, Aroma, Cimande (the core), Gandharva, Genta, Lotion, Postila, Ramen, and Saphire.

Migrating to Java.net, because of JIRA.. agile?

Posted by fthamura on March 3, 2011 at 4:47 PM PST

  since 2001, I am using SourceForge, and love to use it, except the approval process. and in several case we register to Google Code. and little work for Github, because of space limit, we cannot move to there. Java.net the current kenai version is different. I one of the java.net hater, because the infrastructure, but now.

Integrated Curriculums to Transform Indonesia, from Highschool to Undergraduate program of Software Engineering

Posted by fthamura on March 27, 2010 at 11:03 PM PDT

In 2001, i create a small prototype of application platfrom called cimande, and now in 2010, the project become one of the case study of a lot of people, and the movement getting strong. A lot of companies try to use and also create a smiliar project like we did here. Strange, need 9 years to make people in this country understand the power of this.

2008 - a 1 millions Java Programmer Project

Posted by fthamura on December 31, 2007 at 9:20 PM PST

Last December 2007, we finished deliver the JENI content, thx to JEDI team that developer the core, we use their material for JENI 1 through 3 as the baseline review.

Next year (today), we are in the new year and we have a new target to develop 1 millions Java programmer in 5 years.

Bruno Souza's Action in Java island

Posted by fthamura on December 20, 2007 at 6:33 AM PST

Want to know Bruno's action in Indonesia:

1. meet with JUG leaders here (Thomas), and Netbeans communtiy leaders (Ifnu), pic attached

 

UNESCO > Minister of Education

Posted by fthamura on October 19, 2007 at 1:05 AM PDT

Today, our minister of education with 5 general director and our JENI boss, the director for foreign affair, mostly 14 peoples in Paris, for UNESCO meeting.

Several interesting happen, we try to learn from what India did to make 25 millions long distance learning system, which in Indonesia our target is only 1 millions / year, and that number still an hopefully.

Java and Java island, The Next Big Thing in Indonesia happens

Posted by fthamura on June 11, 2007 at 10:44 PM PDT

This is my first blog @ java.net, and thx to Felipe Gaúcho that asked me at JavaOne to post here.

He said to me, that java.net will put you in a next new level, and now here am i.