Here's the first of the two interviews I mentioned in the last post. My subject? Zoran Sevarac, an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade and a member of the NetBeans Dream team with an impressive list of activities around NetBeans and Java. He has served on the NetBeans Governance (more...)
For a moment it seemed as though history was about to repeat itself, wasn't it?
With this fifth post, I'm happy to report that it ain't so!
To mark getting back on track, here are five recent highlights--since the "pause"--to share:
- The NetBeans team started a gorgeous and sunny week (more...)
Every Friday I send out an internal content call for the NetBeans Weekly Newsletter. (You are subscribed to it, right?....)
Typically, what I get are referrals to technical articles, blog entries and event announcements. Standard stuff.
Once in a blue moon, an unusual submission lands in my inbox.
Who am I?
According to my HR file, I'm a "Principal Program Manager" in the Developer Tools organization. Concretely, what I do is run Outbound Marketing for a very cool product--NetBeans IDE!
On a personal note: I'm Nigerian by origin; born (more...)