Take Java on the Road


Nety & Mila are female developers from Indonesia. They will share how they first get into programming, then why they decided to make coding as a career.


Nety & Mila are both members of JUG Indonesia, founders of Duchess Indonesia, and promotors of JENI (Java Education Network Indonesia). JENI is a curriculum created by JUG Indonesia on 2005 and officially adopted by the Ministry of National Education on 2006.

Apart from being a developer, they also have a big concern in IT education in Indonesia, especially in vocational high school students, because they’re also one of the graduates. But in fact, there is a gap between the IT curriculum in vocational school and the industry needs. So to reduce the gap, they held a voluntary roadshow on October 2012 and March 2013 to educate the students with one day free Java training. They visited 32 vocational high schools in 4 cities in Indonesia, by motorcycle, with the aim to teach additional knowledge to IT students, as well as to check on the progress of JENI (Java Education Network Indonesia).


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Nety Herawaty

Professional

Nety & Mila are woman developer who also have a big concern in the progress of IT education in Indonesia. They love to educate students with code course. Their voluntary roadshow project take place in October, 2012 and March 2013. During the roadshow they visited 32 vocational high school in 4 cities in Indonesia by motorcycle to promote Java as well as to check on the progress of Java Education Network Indonesia (JENI).


Mila Yuliani

Professional

Nety & Mila are woman developer who also have a big concern in the progress of IT education in Indonesia. They love to educate students with code course. Their voluntary roadshow project take place in October, 2012 and March 2013. During the roadshow they visited 32 vocational high school in 4 cities in Indonesia by motorcycle to promote Java as well as to check on the progress of Java Education Network Indonesia (JENI).