Meruvian blog is here.. in java.net now
Meruvian's blog is here.. yes, in java.net now. This is because we believe that we will get more attraction if blog here. and we are blogging in English here.
We also have our own blog server power by Apache Roller, take a look http://blogs.mervpolis.com.
The main reason we blog here, to promote what is Meruvian and the work around Meruvian.
A lot of friends asked about how can Meruvian survive in last 6 years, born in 2006, in emerging country, corrupted, and produce a good Java programmer.
This blog also a gateway to collaborate with anyone that interest or may be have a related work.
Meruvian repositioned as a middleware between business and education, stand as non profit organization with legal name Yayasan Meruvian Dinamika, mean Meruvian Dynamic Foundation.
In the beginning Meruvian stand as a OpenSource research project, to find alternative solution for Microsoft, grow in conjuction with JENI (Java Education Network Indonesia) and need a legal entity for Java User Group Indonesia, become foundation, but because a branding issue, we choose Meruvian as name rather Java Foundation.
Meruvian dedicated all his time to Java, and support the opencontent program called JENI, and this year we grow the support to cloud, with OpenPaaS initiative. We believe that the work still related. to create a modern development infrastructure for Java programmer to deploy his apps in the trending jargon called cloud computing.
Since 2010, Meruvian also become independent business incubator, and first company and will become new holding for students' company called Mervotura, mean Meruvian Venture. Student after 2 year in Meruvian, "must" create a company with their friend, and because we use Java, we call them jtechnopreneur. jTechnopreneur also a register trademark in Indonesia, which become the reference implementation to become Java technopreneur.
Hope in the next couple year, we can produce more more companies from this program.
This blog will tell more about Meruvian and his program, and welcome anyone to become mentor to our student (we teach Java to student since 2nd year in highschool, but 2013 we expand to mid school, 13-14 years old).