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Jiri Kovalsky, Manager, NetCAT has announced NetCAT 8.1 and I have already registered for the same. And looking forward to have more people from all over the world and specially India for NetCAT 8.1.
You just need to invest few hours per week from mid July 2015 through mid October 2015. And you have to play a little with upcoming version of NetBeans, hunt for bugs and help community to release new and stable version of NetBeans. Make many new friends here and learn a lot from them. Get a chance to work with people having extreme experience and with very high profile in IT. You will never get such a chance with any other company or technology. The main thing you can mention that you have worked with NetBeans for that particular period as a Community Contributor.
Show your love towards NetBeans and technologies that NetBeans supports and earn lots of goodies depending on points you have earned for your work after completion of the program. If you wish you can select specific tribe and you can work with tribe on specific technology.
So what are you waiting for? Visit http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetCAT and fill registration form, and hit Subscribe button after registration or send a mail to email@example.com with subject line as “subscribe netcat” without quotes.
I am very happy to inform you that I am selected as Member of NetBeans Dream Team. It is an honor to be a member of NetBeans Dream Team and I am thankful of NetBeans Dream Team and NetBeans Team for considering me and my efforts towards Java and NetBeans, feeling honored since there are around only 50 people selected till now from all over the world and I am the 3rd Indian to be a member of NetBeans Dream Team after Mr, Tushar Joshi (Nagpur, India) and Mr. Rajmahendra Hegde (Chennai and Hyderabad, India).
11th Feb. 2015 was a great day for me, we had festival (Birth Anniversary) of Saint Gajanan Maharaj (Shegaon, Maharashtra, India) and same day only I have received mail with subject as Invitation to join NetBeans Dream Team!. This means all my faith in our saint and dreams have come true.
I am feeling more responsible now and I understand my responsibilities and will work as per guidelines of veteran members of NetBeans Dream Team. I am already working with a new JUG near Pune (Maharashtra, India) that is JUG Nashik (Maharashtra, India) and will be there for few days with them from 13th Feb 2015. I will be working with 3 JUGs for now that is JUG Nagpur, JUG Pune and JUG Nashik.
For this, I would love to give credit to my family and specially to my Guide cum Mentor, Mr. Tushar Joshi. They have always encouraged me a lot even when many times I could not give them enough time due to hectic schedule of training session all over India. Also I would love to say thanks to my little son for coming in our life as a good luck charm only few days back. My wife was in also worried whether I will be there or not at the time of labor but never complained and said you just do your job, I will take care of everything.
Please go though the presentation to know little more about Adopt a JSR Program
•Adopt a JSR is an initiative taken by JUGs
•Helps in enrichment of current standards of Java ecosystem and to develop new standards which can be added to Java ecosystem
•Here members from same JUG or from different JUGs can work together on JSR
•For more details, please visit http://adoptajsr.org
Video is created by members of JUG Nagpur, NUG Nagpur and JDuchess Nagpur to wish NetBeans a Very Happy Birthday and to show their love towards NetBeans.
Feel free to share video to show your love towards NetBeans.
We had our first Hackathon in the form of NetCAT Hackathon today from 12 noon to 5 pm.
It is always great to work for NetBeans as a Community Contributor for NetCAT. But this time it was an awesome experience for me too for doing Test Case reviews for NetCAT and also to educate some new comers about NetCAT and other details related to the same during the NetCAT Hackathon. Some of my students joined NetCAT first time and they were not knowing anything about NetCAT rather than I used to tell them during their regular training sessions, but now they know everything about NetCAT and hope they will ask other to join it and help us to educate others about the same.
Here are some glimpse of NetCAT Hackathon :