It’s getting closer and closer. Christmas is comming!
I’m proud to say I was kind all 2012, both at home and at work. I’m even happier because, when working with code, I had to use IDEs other than Idea, which according to my colleagues is awesome… I made it nevertheless! Knowing the power of TeamCity and Resharper, I can only guess that my friends know what they are recommending That makes me believe it would be perfect gift under my Christmas tree!
So, Santa, I hope you are reading this letter and agree it would be great to provide me with the license. I promise, I’d be even better next year!
A few days ago I decided to add ‘Donate’ button on my blog (see the sidebar to the right). This is a feature provided by PayPal.
If you want to prove you are really delighted with my help or simply you have too much spare money , it’s possible to pay me a kind of tip. That can be a dollar or two, that’s not really important; every little helps. All in all that could help pay for the hosting.
Of course I’m still blogging for fun so treat this as a feature – use it only if you really want to
A while ago, on April 6th, one of my posts, Exeptions and Errors in Java, became a DZone Big Link. As a result, the link was tweeted automatically and is available at DZone’s Twitter. I was really happy to be noticed in Web
But today I got pleased even more! I was noticed again; I received invitation to join DZone’s Most Valuable Blogger program. What it is, according to DZone:
DZone’s Most Valuable Blogger program brings together a group of highly talented bloggers, authors, and technologists actively writing about topics of interest to the developer community. These people are recognized in the industry for their contributions and deep technical knowledge on subjects ranging from software design and architecture to programming on a range of platforms including Java, .NET, Ruby and others.
You can see the list of MVBs at Meet the DZone MVBs. At the moment there are about 200 people listed and, as far as I have noticed, only a couple of them lives in Poland.
Time went fast since my declaration. I didn’t have much time and willigness to study but I gained them recently and finally did it: from today morning I’m a Sun Certified Java Programmer. The score: 94%.
If you’re planning to take it too, I wish you luck.