Aatul Palandurkar

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Happy Birthday Java | PC: @mimaraslan

As #Java is turning 25 years tomorrow, here is my story with Java. I Love Java, I am #MovedByJava

2004 – Learned Java
2005 – Taught Java to some of my college friends and juniors
2006 – Started Institute to teach Java and related technologies
2007 – Joined a company as Java Developer, developed various projects
2008 – Joined Java User Group Nagpur (India) – known as #JUGNAGPUR2004 – Learned Java
2005 – Taught Java to some of my college friends and juniors
2006 – Started Institute to teach Java and related technologies
2007 – Joined a company as Java Developer, developed various projects
2008 – Joined Java User Group Nagpur (India) – known as #JUGNAGPUR
2009 – Developed numerous project on Java
2010 – Started side hustle by taking small Java and Web projects with 5 clients
2010 – Community Contributor at #NetBeans (#NetCAT)
2010 – Started writing blogs on Java and NetBeans
2010 – NetBeans Platform Training and Certification
2011 – Received the title of “Outstanding Programmer”
2011 – Published first Java Video Tutorial on YouTube
2011 – Cracked Oracle Certifications in a month – OCJP & OCWCD
2011 – Conducted Corporate Training for India’s biggest Training Company – #CDAC
2011 – Joined an MNC as Senior Corporate Trainer for Java, conducted several induction programs and corporate batches. The biggest batch size was 1250
2011 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2011 – Delivered Seminar on Java at 5 Colleges & Universities
2012 – Completed a big project on Java for a first overseas client
2012 – attended my first #JavaOne Conference in India
2012 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and #Android at 20 Colleges and Universities
2013 – Published my first book on Java and NetBeans (Step by Step guide to developing different Java applications using NetBeans IDE)
2013 – Speaker at JavaOne India, conducted a Hands-On-Lab on #JavaEE and #HTML5 using NetBeans IDE
2013 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 20 Colleges and Universities
2013 – Conducted Induction Training on Java for 5 corporate companies
2013 – Started my company with few clients and developed 10+ Java Projects
2013 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2014 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30 Colleges and Universities
2014 – Conducted Induction Training on Java for 10 corporate companies
2014 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2014 – Developed 15+ Java and Android Projects
2015 – Got Selected as “NetBeans Dream Team” Member
2015 – First International Training in Gulf on Java and Android (30 days)
2015 – Awarded as “Best Entrepreneur for Corporate Training in India”
2015 – Awarded as “Individual Professional”
2015 – Developed a self-paced video course on Java and Android for a multinational company headquartered in the UK
2015 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30 Colleges and Universities
2015 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, and #Struts for 10+ corporate companies
2015 – Developed 10+ Java and Android Projects
2016 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 40 Colleges and Universities
2016 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 15+ corporate companies
2016 – Community Contributor at NetBeans (NetCAT)
2016 – Developed 10+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2017 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30+ Colleges and Universities
2017 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 5+ corporate companies
2017 – Developed 15+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2018 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 20 Colleges and Universities
2018 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 10+ corporate companies
2018 – Developed 5+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2018 – Lead for Java User Group, Pune
2019 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 30 Colleges and Universities
2019 – Conducted Induction Training on Java, JavaEE, #Hibernate, #Struts, and #Spring for 10+ corporate companies
2019 – Conducted Java Induction Training in Gulf
2019 – Developed 10+ Java, Android, and Web Projects
2019 – Lead for Java User Group Nagpur
2020 – Conducted Workshops and delivered Seminar on Java and Android at 5+ Colleges and Universities
2020 – Developed 2 Java and Android Projects
2020 – Conducting Online Training on Java
2020 – Writing another Book on Java
2020 – Recording video courses on Java

PC: @mimaraslan

Love you Java and Wish you a very happy birthday

Thank you, Java

Aatul Palandurkar

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Hello friends,

After so many requests from friends & students for the Java Tutorials, I decided to start this series.

Whichever tutorials you like please give your views & feel free to write your suggestions.

Also can request for any topic or  tutorial you require.

Your Friend,

Atul Palandurkar

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Hey friends,

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