Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Tutorials and Courses List – Free and Paid

Notes: Here’s a list of Pivotal Cloud Foundry tutorials and courses available online (both free or paid) that I compiled. Feel free to drop a comment if you know other sources. 🙂



Top 6 YouTube Channel Bahasa Indonesia Untuk Belajar Programming

Peran dan perkembangan teknologi informasi (TI) di dunia tidak akan pernah berhenti, bahkan boleh dibilang akan semakin cepat. Banyak bahasa-bahasa pemrograman, framework-framework, dan konsep-konsep baru muncul setiap saat.

Hal ini menjadi tantangan bagi kita yang belajar ataupun bekerja di bidang TI untuk mengikuti perkembangan-perkembangan terbaru. Apalagi untuk mempelajarinya agar tidak ketinggalan jaman dan tetap memiliki kemampuan yang relevan dengan teknologi yg ada.

Ada banyak cara untuk tetap belajar mengikuti teknologi-teknologi terkini, salah satunya adalah melalui video tutorial di Youtube.

Terima kasih untuk pemilik channel-channel YouTube berikut ini, belajar programming untuk kita yg berbahasa Indonesia menjadi lebih mudah. Continue reading “Top 6 YouTube Channel Bahasa Indonesia Untuk Belajar Programming”

Java Technical Interview Review Resources

If you’re going to have technical interview soon for Java developer position, you might want to brush up some of your knowledge about Java basics, JEE, and other Java related technologies. I found the following free resources can be a good help. 🙂 Continue reading “Java Technical Interview Review Resources”

Create Android Apps Series: Best Cheap Android Phone for Development – Samsung R720 Vitality Phone (CDMA) Review

Samsung R720 Vitality Phone from Cricket

UPDATE: For more resources about how to develop Android apps, check my “Learning How to Create Android Apps Series“.

As I’m starting to get serious with Android app development, I realized that using the Android Virtual Device (AVD) is really not the way to go. Until now, it’s very slow to start (snapshot helped a bit), and it’s prone to problems.

I told myself that this can’t go on like this, and I should get myself an Android phone.

Why not use the Asus Transformer tablet I have? Because I’m still learning how to develop apps for phone screen size, not tablet. Besides, I need to test the apps I made in the Android Gingerbread, which is the most common Android version out there (58.6% distribution), while my Asus Transformer is installed with Ice Cream Sandwich already (1.0% distribution).

So the search for Android phone was on since last week. The problem is I already have a phone, and I don’t plan to shell out too much money for a new one, so I was looking for a non-contract Android phone.

Quick search on Amazon resulted some options, but in the end I bought this Samsung R720 Vitality CDMA Phone yesterday from BestBuy for $50, and it’s really a steal.

Check out my review below.

*Since this post is more about how the phone perform for developing apps, I will not review much about it’s other specifications. Continue reading “Create Android Apps Series: Best Cheap Android Phone for Development – Samsung R720 Vitality Phone (CDMA) Review”