• Solo Great Sale

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  • Oracle Java Magazine

    As Cover of Oracle Java Magazine March/April 2012 issue

  • Launching jDuchess Indonesia

    Gunadarma University 2011

    www.jduchess.or.id

  • Launching jDuchess Indonesia

    Gunadarma University 2011

    www.jduchess.or.id

  • Launching Java 7

    Binus University 2011

  • Eclipse Democamp

    Microsoft Indonesia 2011

  • Oracle Academy

    SMK PGRI 3 Malang 2010

  • Launching JENI 2.0

    ITB Bandung 2012

  • Oracle Academy

    SMK PGRI 3 Malang 2010

  • Java and Android Roadshow

    SMK PGRI 3 Malang 2012

  • Oracle Academy

    SMK PGRI 3 Malang 2010

  • Launching JENI 2.0

    ITB Bandung 2012

  • Oracle Academy

    SMK PGRI 3 Malang 2011

  • Java and Android Roadshow

    SMK Plus Darussalam Kediri 2012

  • Oracle Academy Seminar

    LIKMI Bandung, 2012

  • Oracle Academy Seminar

    Indonesia University, 2012

  • Seminar Android

    Universitas Budi Luhur 2010

  • Java and Android Roadshow

    SMK Hasan Kafrawi Jepara 2012

  • Sosialisasi Kurikulum 2013

    LPMP Surabaya 2013

  • IOSA

    Indonesia Open Source Award 2011

  • Java Training

    SMKN 02 Sukabumi 2010

  • Sosialisasi Kurikulum

    SMKN 01 Tulungagung 2011

  • Sosialisasi Kurikulum 2013

    LPMP Surabaya 2013

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Posted by Netty Herawaty
| 5:27 PM
On our last week roadshow we invited by another vocational high school from another city named SMK Plus Darussalam Kediri. They knew us because there're some students from that school who stay in Meruvian Jakarta as an internship students.

We went to the school and found that the school already taught Java to the software engineering students since they were in the first grade. So,we hold one day workshop about the basic Android programming because they already known Java programming. The workshop opened with a speech from the headmaster named Muhammad Darussalam.
Then Me and Mila introduced ourselves before the workshop began and showed them about jTechopreneur program from Meruvian.
This workshop followed by the first and third grade students of software engineering majors. We divided them to be two groups. For the first group the workshop attended by the first grade students. I showed them the introduction of Android then i explained them the basic of Androi programming such as how to make a simple Android project then run it on Android emulator.
After that i gave them some exercise and they would got Oracle Java Magazine postcards as the reward if they could solves the case.
The second group, the workshop attended by the third grade students. Same as before, i explained them introduction of Android and how to make a simple Android project then i gave them some exercise to solve.
At the end of this workshop we took photo together all the participant :)

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Posted by Netty Herawaty
| 4:56 PM
In the middle of our roadshow, we also hold Android competition named SGC (Seamolec Game Center). The participant of this Android competition are vocational high school student and college student. This's a competition by team . Every team has 3 members.


Before the game starting, we hold a technical meeting about the game procedures and the rule of the game
Assessment category to determine the winner are :
1. Java OOP knowledge
They did exercises or writing test about Java OOP to know how far their understanding

2. Purity Idea
The idea for the application must be something new or the recent breakthroughs that haven't been made before

3. Coding Phase
They must built the application start from zero and forbidden using anything plugin


4. Upload to Google Play Store
After the coding phase, they uploaded the application to the Google Play Store and the number of users who downloaded it would affect the judge assessment

5. Presentation
At the end, they presented the Android application that they made to the judges. What is the advantages of the application , the features etc


There were 3 judges here and one of them was Mila Yuliani (from Meruvian)

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Posted by Netty Herawaty
| 4:48 PM
This post is still about our roadshow project in Malang. The topic that i teach for roadshow are Java OOP and Android. On  my first week i taught Java OOP to the software engineering students of SMK PGRI 3 Malang , and on my third week i taught Android basic programming to them.


I explained Android introduction such as what Android is, Android versions, Android features, Android architecture and the tools platform.


Then i explained how to create Android project using Eclipse IDE and run it by Android emulator. At the end i gave them some exercise to make a simple Android application.


Saturday, October 13, 2012

Posted by Netty Herawaty
| 4:26 PM
This post about my third week activity in Malang. The goal of our roadshow is not only to survey how many school which have implemented Java or JENI, but also we introduce one of Meruvian program named jTechnopreneur. jTechnopreneur or Java Technopreneur is a technopreneurship program to create an entrepreneur base on technology. By this program we expect every graduate have a high entrepreneur soul to compete in global market.


jTechnopreneur contains of 4 program in one packet that called jTechnopreneur 4 in 1. They’re Internship, Scholarship, Career Opportunity and Technopreneurship. Second grade of vocational high school student will be an internship student in Meruvian for 1 year then after they graduate they will be recruited to work in Meruvian and at the same time they get a scholarship 100% free in Gunadarma University
Not only the teachers or students, but also the parent of students have to know the program. So we invited the parent and introduced about this jTechnopreneur program



Posted by Netty Herawaty
| 4:19 PM

Hi all !

This’s my second week roadshow project in Malang. During this week me and Mila visited 32 vocational high school around Malang to know how many school which have taught Java to students of Software Engineering majors and how many school which have implemented JENI (Java Education Network Indonesia) as the curriculum of  Software Engineering majors.
We visited them by motorcycle one by one. In every school we met with the head of majoring in Software Engineering and asked him/her with some questions such as :
1. Do you know Java ?
2. How long you have known Java ?
3. Do Java material have been taught to students of Software Engineering majors?
4. How many Java teacher in this school?
5. Do you know JENI (Java Education Network Indonesia) ?
6. Is this school implement JENI  as the curriculum of  Software Engineering majors ?
7. How long JENI have implemented in this school?

From the questions, we got various answer from every vocational high school, some school said they knew Java but not implemented yet JENI as the curriculum of  Software Engineering majors and the other said they have given Java as a subject in the class of Software Engineering student but with their own curriculum.
On this roadshow, we also found a school which want to know Java programming but they have no Java teacher. The school name was SMK PGRI 02 Malang. So, me and Mila gave them one day full Java training. It’s free or no charge.


We gave Java OOP training to about 25 students and they were so excited because Java was a something new for them.



To add their motivation in learning Java, i gave Oracle Java Magazine postcards as the reward for the fastest who could solved the case study from me


At the end of the class, we took a photo together

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Posted by Netty Herawaty
| 4:05 PM
Hi Everyone !

Starting from the first October to the end October, me and Mila doing a roadshow project in Malang city, East Java - Indonesia. The goal of this roadshow is we want to know how many vocational high school in Malang which have taught Java to students of software engineering majors, and how many school which have implemented JENI (Java Education Network Indonesia) as the curriculum of  Software Engineering majors . If there’s a school which never know Java, we’ll give them one day full Java training and it’s free or no charge.

JENI is an integratif service for Indonesian students who want to learn and develop Java based solution. JENI project implements JEDI as the basis  of curriculum implementation but with the newest Java technology. JENI declared by the Ministry of National Education, supported by Indonesia Go Open Source (IGOS) and JUG (Java User Group) Indonesia.
I’ve been here since two weeks ago, but on this post i show you my first week activity in Malang. A week ago i gave Java OOP training to the first grade student of SMK PGRI 3 Malang. I taught 3 classes of software engineering students. They were 1 RPL A, 1 RPL B and 1 RPL C.

Picture 1, They gave attention to the slide show

On the first meeting I taught 1 RPL C. I introduced them the basic of Java programming and the concept of OOP (Object Oriented Programming). We started at 7 A.M until 3 P.M . I tried to make the class atmosphere to be more interesting and fun so I gave Oracle Java Magazine postcards as a reward for the student who could solved the case study or the task that I gave it to them. So they had more motivation and wouldn’t felt bored because they learnt Java for 8 hours.

Picture 2, One of 1-RPL-C student got an Oracle Java Magazine postcard

At the end of the class, we took a photo together

Picture 3, Me and all 1-RPL-C students

Next day, I taught Java OOP to 1-RPL-A students

Picture 4, They tried to solve the case study

The class atmosphere also felt more interesting when i gave Oracle Java Magazine postcards as the reward. They would finished the case study or task from me as soon as possible to get the postcards

Picture 5, Some of 1-RPL-A students got the Oracle Java Magazine postcards

Picture 6, me and all 1-RPL-A student

Our last meeting I gave Java OOP training to 1-RPL-B students

Picture 7, me and all 1-RPL-B student