December 15, 2008
We had the last event of 2008 on 9th of December at Kista campus. Our next event will be in KTH main campus. Please vote through our poll on the right side menu bar to decide the topic of the next presentation. You can find the presentation videos below.
As Sun Campus Ambassadors, we wish you “Merry Christmas” and hope to see you again at our upcoming events in 2009.
Future of Java Workshop Introduction by Gökhan :
Future of Java Workshop Part 1
Future of Java Workshop Part 2
October 8, 2008
We created an OSUM group for those of you who want to connect with hundreds of student clubs (OSUMs) from around the world. You can register yourself at http://osum.sun.com/group/kthOSUM
OSUM members will gain benefits that can help them prepare for an IT career by getting access to the latest open-source technologies including free media kits and student-developer resources. Training:
- Hands-on training through student projects and games
- Online training through the Sun Academic Initiative program
- Preparation for and discounts on Sun certification3
- OSUM activities that encourage team building
In addition, OSUM members can reap the following social benefits:
- Global social interaction and camaraderie with other student developers
- Opportunities to collaborate with each other on projects and activities in a fun and engaging way
- Development of interpersonal skills
- A better attitude about learning
- A sense of accomplishment, with a growing sense of competency and self-esteem
- Opportunities to get challenged, get motivated, and get excited
The OSUM has two elements that create the organization: Physical and Virtual.
Physical: The OSUM energizes students to participate on campus in Sun’s communities through tech demos, projects, and activities based on open-source technologies and communities that Sun supports.
- Monthly meetings
- Typical activities
- Student projects
- Guest speakers
- Open-source events
- Face-to-face interaction with campus OSUM members
Virtual: OSUMs enables student developers to connect to each other and to Sun through a virtual social network. New OSUMs and existing student-developer groups that affiliate with the Sun OSUM program will receive free access to the OSUM web site. Benefits of this web site include the following:
- A feature-rich social networking site that can host the web site for each individual OSUM and connect it to OSUMs and their members around the world
- Everyday interaction with a global community of student developers
Students will be able to do the following:
- Write blogs
- Post comments
- Use an instant-messaging application
- Upload photos and videos
- Post profiles of themselves
- Communicate in forums
The OSUM web site allows students to participate and create the online communities. Students can create their own subgroups by technology, language, and other special interests.
August 19, 2008
Dear Students, Staff and Employees of KTH !
It gives us a great pleasure to announce you the new SAI Learning Connection (SAILC). SAI Learning Connection will give you access to the FREE / No Cost web courses needed to get Sun Certified !
June 24, 2008
Hi all, you can find the finalists’ list from this link for the NetBeans 6.1 Beta version.
We hope you are all having great summer and getting ready for the up coming semester.
See you soon again !!!
May 1, 2008
Review OpenSolaris OS and/or NetBeans IDE 6.1 for…
• a chance to win a grand prize of $250 in Visa Debit Card, and
• 5 chances to win a prize of $100 in Visa Debit Card
1. Download OpenSolaris OS and/or NetBeans IDE 6.1.
2. Test the product and post a review!
3. Submit the URL of your review.
4. Do it before June 6, 2008.
Need ideas for what to post to claim the top prize? Here are some suggestions:
a) Describe your OpenSolaris OS installation experience and what it took for you to make it up and running on your hardware platform
b) Run benchmarks and show how OpenSolaris OS performed against a competing OS
c) Create a “how-to” on solving a specific problem using OpenSolaris OS or NetBeans IDE 6.1 (use detailed instructions, code snippets, commands and outputs etc. as appropriate)
d) Share your deep insight about OpenSolaris OS or NetBeans IDE 6.1, including your favorite features
e) Give suggestions on how to enhance the OpenSolaris OS or NetBeans IDE 6.1
f) Build a cool plug-in to share with the NetBeans Community.
Student Contest Description
Student Contest Flier
Student Reviews Contest Rules
March 18, 2008
Sun is giving away $500 for 10 winners and T-Shirts for 100 winners with the best blogs. This is a GREAT opportunity for developers –including students– to learn about NetBeans IDE, have some fun, and possibly get rich and famous! Well maybe not rich, but there are cash prizes and noteworthy blogs will be linked from NetBeans.org
As the contest web page says, the process is simple:
1. Download the NetBeans IDE 6.1 Beta (or later release) and try it out.
2. Blog about it!
3. Submit the URL to your blog.
4. Do it before April 18, 2008!
Here’s what we’d like you to do:
Post a blog describing your experience using the new NetBeans IDE 6.1, a tutorial, insight, tech tip, cool code sample, request for enhancements, etc. Your blog must be linked to a comment or trackback made to the NetBeans Blogging Contest site. Entries must be new material and not copied from something already written. Complete the submission form, or email a link of your blog entry to firstname.lastname@example.org
Need ideas for what to post to claim the top prize? Here are suggestions:
- Show a cool code sample using the new NetBeans IDE 6.1
- Create a “Top 10” NetBeans Tutorials/Links/Snippets/Tricks
- Share your deep insight about NetBeans IDE 6.1 development, including your favorite features
- Give suggestions on how to enhance the NetBeans IDE 6.1
- Build a cool plugin to share with the NetBeans Community
Contest starts: March 14, 2008
Contest deadline: April 18, 2008
Judging period: April 19 – May 12, 2008
Winners announced: May 12, 2008
Here’s some added incentive:
The 10 schools with the highest number of blogs will each receive 50 vouchers for credit towards Java certification (to be distributed by the ambassadors either to students who blogged and/or via Tech Talks). And the school with the most blogs total gets $250 USD cash for pizza at an upcoming Tech Talk.
March 5, 2008
I am sure all of you still remember the tech demo and presentation at KTH about NetBeans 6.0, new features of developing games visually and some example games from this years competition. That was a really great event.
Now you can watch the videos, download the presentation slides,which are about Sun Microsystems and NetBeans 6.0
Videos from the Presentation
NetBeans 6.0 and What it can do for your mobile game?
History and Philosophy behind Sun Microsystems
Petr Suchomel Shows of NetBeans 6.0