Java Support – Unix Pimps http://unixpimps.org/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 06:11:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://unixpimps.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-1-150x150.png Java Support – Unix Pimps http://unixpimps.org/ 32 32 PostgreSQL 14 breaks the .NET and Java drivers for PostgreSQL https://unixpimps.org/postgresql-14-breaks-the-net-and-java-drivers-for-postgresql/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 06:11:28 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/postgresql-14-breaks-the-net-and-java-drivers-for-postgresql/ Under certain circumstances, the new syntax in PostgreSQL 14 will break the official .NET and Java database driver. Especially if you use either of them to create a SQL function with BEGIN ATOMIC … END. If you don’t over change your database schema npgsql or PgJDBCno reason to worry. Java’s JDBC and .NET’s ADO.NET database […]]]>

Under certain circumstances, the new syntax in PostgreSQL 14 will break the official .NET and Java database driver. Especially if you use either of them to create a SQL function with BEGIN ATOMIC … END. If you don’t over change your database schema npgsql or PgJDBCno reason to worry.

Java’s JDBC and .NET’s ADO.NET database driver frameworks have one feature in common: they both support stacking of SQL statements with semicolons. This was deemed necessary for performance reasons. If you send one command at a time, you have to pay the latency cost for each command. Conversely, when you ship a batch, you only have to pay the cost once.

With some databases like SQL Server, you literally send the entire batch as one massive SQL string. But PostgreSQL’s wire format doesn’t work that way. The client must split the batch into individual commands, although they are still sent as a set.

The naive implementation would be to just assume that each semicolon means the end of the stack. Of course, it’s possible that a semicolon doesn’t represent the end of a statement, but is just part of a string literal. The Npgsql and PgJDBC parsers take this into account.

So far, so good. But what if you define a new SQL function that consists of multiple statements? This still wasn’t a problem since the body of the function would be masked with dollar quoting. Any semicolons within the $$ token pair would be treated like any other string literal.

Then PostgreSQL 14 came along and was added START ATOMICALLY… END, also known as “Standard SQL Syntax”. The release notes say

When writing a function or procedure in standard SQL syntax, the body is immediately parsed and stored as a parse tree. This allows for better feature dependency tracking and may have security benefits.

Because semicolons can appear anywhere within a BEGIN ATOMIC … END block without being quoted in a string, the parsers cannot use the current approach to determine where to split the stack into statements. To fully support this would require either an API change or building a new, far more complex parser.

Already worried about the overhead caused by the current parser, npgsql decided to change the API. They added what they call a Raw SQL mode to the library. This mode also requires the use of positional parameters instead of named parameters.

The PgJDBC team has not yet decided which approach to take. You can track their progress in the error report with the title New PG14 SQL standard function bodies break our SQL parser.

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How To Fix “A JNI Error Occurred” in Minecraft (2022) https://unixpimps.org/how-to-fix-a-jni-error-occurred-in-minecraft-2022/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 05:43:27 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/how-to-fix-a-jni-error-occurred-in-minecraft-2022/ As you may already know, Minecraft Java Edition is the most powerful version of the game. You can customize, update and modify it to your liking with the best Minecraft mods – offline and online alike. But that also makes it prone to a variety of bugs. One of the most common and horrible series […]]]>

As you may already know, Minecraft Java Edition is the most powerful version of the game. You can customize, update and modify it to your liking with the best Minecraft mods – offline and online alike. But that also makes it prone to a variety of bugs. One of the most common and horrible series of errors is the JNI errors. Luckily, it’s super easy to fix this Java error affecting Minecraft in no time thanks to a few simple fixes. So, let’s see how to fix “A JNI error has occurred” in Minecraft.

Fix JNI errors in Minecraft (2022)

We first covered why the JNI error occurs when setting up a Minecraft server or opening the Minecraft launcher on your PC. However, you can use the table below to jump straight to the solution and fix your game.

What causes the JNI error in Minecraft

Minecraft Java and all of its features depend on the Java libraries on your computer to function properly. So if you are using a Minecraft server, mods or any feature that the library in your system doesn’t support, the game might face an error. Such errors fall into the class of JNI or Native Java interface Mistake.

These errors usually appear when the Java files are too new or your device’s Java version is out of date. Sometimes these errors also appear when the Java files installation path is corrupted. In other words, you just have to make sure your Java file and your system’s Java libraries are current and compatible with the version of Minecraft mod or server you have installed. This will fix the problem immediately.

How to fix the JNI error in Minecraft

There are four ways to remove the JNI errors in Minecraft Java Edition. So let’s first explain what these methods are and then learn how to fix them:

  1. Compatible Libraries: If you know which version of Java is required for the faulty file, you can simply install that specific version of the Java Libraries on your device. Then the JNI error should fix itself.
  2. Install the latest Java update: All recent Java versions are backward compatible. This means that a specific version of Java supports all files that require an earlier version of Java. So you just have to Install the latest version from Java to fix the JNI error without a second thought.
  3. Reset java path: In certain situations, your software or Java file may check for the wrong Java installation path. When this happens, the updated version of Java will not be recognized, resulting in it failing to load and causing the message “A JNI error has occurred” in Minecraft. so you can Reset the Java path in your system’s memory to point to the latest Java installation.
  4. Update JDK in terminal: Some Linux operating systems do not allow users to download the Java updates via third-party downloaded files. Then you need to use the built-in terminal to run commands that can install and update Java.

Update and install the latest Java version (Windows, Mac and Linux)

As you might have guessed, the second option to fix JNI errors in Minecraft is the easiest and most reliable. You don’t need to do any manual research and just need to update your system’s Java version to fix the error. That’s how it’s done:

1. First go to Oracle official site and look for your system’s operating system in the latest section. We’ll install Java for Windows, but you can use the same steps for Linux and macOS.

2. Then load the Java installation file by clicking on the download link. You may need to check the installer’s compatibility with a Linux-based operating system.

Download the latest Java

3. Once the download is complete, open the setup file and follow the step-by-step installation instructions.

Run Java Installer - Fix JNI Errors in Minecraft

4. You can change the location of the folder where you install the new version of Java. However, we advise you not to do this as many games and software will look for Java in the default directory.

Java Installation Directory - Fix JNI errors in Minecraft

5. When the installation is complete, click “Close‘ to exit the installer. Then you can run your Java files and features including Minecraft Java Edition without JNI errors.

Java installed on Windows

Reset java path to fix Minecraft JNI error (Windows only)

If installing the latest update doesn’t fix JNI errors in Minecraft, your path variable for Java may be out of date or incorrect. In this case, follow these steps to reset Java’s path variable:

1. First use the Win key + R Windows 11 keyboard shortcut to open Run dialog box. Type here “sysdm.cpl‘ and press the Enter Key. This will open your device’s System Properties.

system cpl command

2. In the System Properties window, go to Advanced tab. and click the “Environment Variables” Button.

environment variables

3. Next, look below System Variables section. and select that “path” variable. Then click “To edit” Button.

Java path variable

4. Finally, use the “Extinguish” to remove the corrupted Java variable paths and Restart your PC. If you are unsure which variable to delete, you can delete them all and reinstall Java using the steps in the previous section.

Deleting Java Paths

Install Java on Linux to fix Minecraft errors

To manually install Java on your Linux operating system, open the terminal app and use the following commands:

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt install openjdk-18-jdk

Remember to use one command after the other so that they work properly. However, make sure to replace the digit “18” with the latest version of Java for now. You can do a quick search to find it.

Uninstall old versions of Java on your PC (optional)

You can run Minecraft or any other software without JNI errors if you have the latest version of Java and it is not affected by previous versions of Java installed on your system. But if you want, you can still uninstall them to save disk space and ensure Minecraft is using the latest install. Here’s how.

1. First, press the Windows key and search for Control Panel. Click here to open it Switchboard from the search results.

Control panel in the start menu

2. Then go to “Uninstall a program” option under the “Programs” section.

Uninstall a program in Control Panel

3. Here you can find all Java versions on your system. You can click them Check your version number and double click on it to uninstall it.

Uninstall old Java

Solve “JNI Error Occurred” in Minecraft

Thanks to newer versions of the game, JNI errors are rare these days. But even if you somehow stumble upon one, now you have a chance to fix JNI errors in Minecraft. And it will definitely help you when trying to create your own Minecraft Java server. Apart from that, you can also use the method to reduce errors while using the best Minecraft mods. If you still have JNI or similar errors in Minecraft, please contact us. You can leave your questions in the comments section and someone from our team will help you.

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Good, better, best: The winners of the 2022 Distinguished Teaching Award https://unixpimps.org/good-better-best-the-winners-of-the-2022-distinguished-teaching-award/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 18:35:20 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/good-better-best-the-winners-of-the-2022-distinguished-teaching-award/ They garden, they read, they cook and they dream of becoming dentists. Teacher: You are just like us! But these six are the crème de la crème. Stefanie Iverson-CabralAssistant Professor, UW Bothell Specialty: Microbiology, Infectious Diseases and Global Health, School of Nursing & Health StudiesYour dreams after the pandemic: travel, after all. “At this point, […]]]>

They garden, they read, they cook and they dream of becoming dentists. Teacher: You are just like us! But these six are the crème de la crème.

Stefanie Iverson-Cabral
Assistant Professor, UW Bothell

Specialty: Microbiology, Infectious Diseases and Global Health, School of Nursing & Health Studies
Your dreams after the pandemic: travel, after all. “At this point, just going out for dinner would be a real treat.”
Hobbies outside of class: Crochet, garden, go for walks and visit museums.
What she reads: The Bridgerton books. “The author’s husband is an infectious disease doctor who I was shooting with in a lab.”
Your dream job as a child: “Oh, it’s varied. My mother will tell the story that the very first thing I said was that I wanted to be a frontier guard.” Other ideas included a costume or set designer for historical plays.
What she finds surprising: “Something I tell myself [students] It’s been a lot lately that college is hard. College is challenging, and that’s true even at the best of times. It became so clear that they are so incredibly resilient. Especially our students at UW Bothell who [at the beginning of the pandemic] were these first responders, the paramedics who dealt with the outbreak and transported the patients out of the life care center. Our students are the nurses who work in these COVID clinics. And then, on top of that, they all had family commitments and the stress and trauma that we all experience, and yet they showed up.”

Samuel Jaffee
Associate Teaching Professor, UW Seattle

Specialty: Studies in Spanish and Portuguese, College of Arts and Sciences
Favorite place on earth: The Andes region – Peru, Colombia, Ecuador.
What meal he cooks: Ash-e Reshteh, a Persian stew.
What kind of student was he? “I was a curious reader…yet I rarely spoke and often fell asleep in class. I think it’s good for students to know that their professors weren’t always the best students in the room, and yet here we are. They still have a bright future ahead of them.”
Two people he would invite to Kane Hall: Junot Diaz, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, and Ruth Behar, anthropologist, poet, historian and community champion.
What he reads (again): Dance Dance Dance by Haruki Murakami. “I really like how he has such a deep understanding of his characters… When you’re done, you feel like you’ve gotten to know the whole person.”
How he encourages discussion in the classroom: “I like to give space. If you don’t fill the whole room with your own voice and ideas, [students] will fill this space. I try not to be overbearing and let the students draw their own conclusions and ask their own questions.
I try to support unstructured discussions in a structured way and give it a theater for unstructured ideas.”

Ines Jurcevic
Assistant Professor, UW Seattle

Specialty: Social Psychology and Public Policy, Evans School of Public Policy & Governance
Her mentors: Jenessa Shapiro at UCLA, Cheryl Kaiser at UW, and Sophie Trawalter at the University of Virginia.
Hobbies outside of class: Cooking (vegetarian enchiladas) and gardening (flowers and strawberries).
Your dream job as a child: “I really wanted to be a dentist because they always make people smile.”
Your pets: Two black cats named Rafiki Bombardier and Calypso Java Kelly.
What she reads: A Potty Training Book for Your Toddler and The Wheel of Time
(in the series “The Eye of the World”).
Their reputation: trick your students. “I keep the students on their toes in relation to the demonstrations I do. I put you in positions where you are likely to make the wrong, less desirable, less preferred choice. And then we’ll talk about why.”
What she finds surprising: “The amount of resilience our students had. They have done more than we could reasonably have asked for, anything we could have asked students to do, especially in the last two years. [I have] a real credit for their ability to show up in the classroom each week and engage with each other in a really productive way. We all try, right? Whatever role we are in.”

Adam Leache
Professor, UW Seattle

Specialty: Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
If he’s not in the Life Sciences building, you can find him: Behind the glass walls of the Burke Museum, he works as a curator of genetic resources and herpetology.
Hobbies outside of class: Surfing, “but mostly dreaming of surfing because it’s not an option in Seattle.” He also builds RC car models, LEGOs and more with his kids.
Job aptitude tests told him: He would be a bus driver or a systems analyst.
Someone he would like to see at Kane Hall: Julie Stein, the recently retired executive director of the Burke Museum. “She is an inspirational teacher and leader.”
A revelation during quarantine: “Early on during the pandemic, I discovered I could turn off my Zoom camera and multitask during meetings. That was a joyful moment.”
Former professions: “Shipping Clerk, Packer, Hotel Porter and Office Assistant,
to name a few.”
favorite books: “Dune”, “The Lord of the Rings”.
A lesson observation: “Students are able to produce quality work when given the right tools, but the most rewarding part is when they combine their new skills with their personal creativity. This is where the most extraordinary work is created.”

Mikelle Nuwer
Senior Instructor, UW Seattle

Specialty: Oceanography and Marine Sciences, College of the Environment
UW student since: 1995! She is a triple dawg with a BS (1999), MS (2004) and Ph.D. (2008), all in Oceanography.
Someone She Admires: “I’m kind of a fan girl of President Cauce.”
Your teaching method: “I approach teaching as a scientist looking for observations and observations
trends and patterns and evidence.”
Your personality at school: “Being a good student was my identity and I took it very seriously. And the worst part is my poor eldest son picked up some of it! Don’t worry, he’s in therapy for it.”
Two people she would invite to Kane Hall: Eddie Vedder and Martha Graham.
Your favorite hobby: “I like long walks on the beach. My absolute favorite spot is probably Whidbey Island on Double Bluff Dog Beach.”
Something she picked up on during quarantine: “We have a book about stairs in Seattle,
So we explored all the different stairways in our city, which are amazing.”
Advice for women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics: “Research is slow and not immediately rewarding. And always frustrating. It’s hard work. What sets you apart is the amount of work you are willing to put in. Work hard, find your people, rely on them. And don’t be afraid. You will make mistakes.”

Claudia Sellmaier
Assistant Professor, UW Tacoma

Specialty: Social Work and Criminal Justice
Outside the classroom you might find you at: Priest Point Park, the Olympia farmers’ market or a Berlin nightclub.
Your dog’s name: Jack. “He’s very cute. That’s why I’m keeping him.”
Former occupation: Cook.
What she reads: “I like to read my German novels before going to bed. This is my ‘shutdown’ literature.”
A few people she admires: dr Erin Casey, Dr. JaeRan Kim, Dr. Janice Laakso and
(of course) Sinead O’Connor.
What is different about your teaching? Students practice hands-on advocacy with organizations such as the National Association of Social Workers, Planned Parenthood, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance, the Statewide Poverty Action Network, Interfaith Works, and with various legislatures in Olympia.
What she finds surprising: “Students who show up and are totally committed. They don’t just say, “OK, I have to do these four things to pass the class,” but they take the material and really run with it. And then I hear, ‘My letter to the editor was published in the Seattle Times!’ Or: ‘I developed this training!’ I shouldn’t be surprised anymore, but it’s always exciting to watch. They really did it all. And not because of grades, but because they know it matters.”

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Indonesia’s e-motorcycle manufacturers step on the gas https://unixpimps.org/indonesias-e-motorcycle-manufacturers-step-on-the-gas/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/indonesias-e-motorcycle-manufacturers-step-on-the-gas/ JAKARTA — Indonesia’s motorcycle market, one of the world’s largest, is going electric as superapps, a sovereign wealth fund and even a coal miner race to grab a slice of the new business. Domestic manufacturers in Southeast Asia’s largest economy are capitalizing on the government’s broader push for electric vehicles, which includes a target of […]]]>

JAKARTA — Indonesia’s motorcycle market, one of the world’s largest, is going electric as superapps, a sovereign wealth fund and even a coal miner race to grab a slice of the new business.

Domestic manufacturers in Southeast Asia’s largest economy are capitalizing on the government’s broader push for electric vehicles, which includes a target of 13 million electric motorcycles on the roads by 2030 – a huge jump from around 12,000 last year in the country of more than 270 million people. For comparison: According to data from the market and consumer data provider Statista, there were over 110 million petrol motorcycles in Indonesia in 2020.

The government also plans to build 32,000 public charging stations by 2030 and has introduced incentives such as utility bills and tax rebates for electric vehicle owners. With fewer than 200 public charging stations at the end of last year, the necessary infrastructure is still a long way off, although companies seem unfazed, while rising battery prices have become a new challenge.

Miner Indika Energy is the latest Indonesian company to dive into the sector to diversify away from coal and announced the creation of electric motorcycle maker Ilectra Motor Group in April. And late last month, Indika announced a $15 million joint investment in Ilectra with Indonesian venture capital firm Alpha JWC Ventures and Hong Kong-based firm Horizons Ventures.

Earlier in January, Indika signed a tentative agreement with Taiwanese tech titan Foxconn and electric scooter maker Gogoro, and state-owned Indonesia Battery Corporation to explore “a broad spectrum of investment collaborations” in Indonesia’s EV ecosystem. The companies said this could include battery manufacturing and recycling, battery swapping stations and the production of electric motorcycles, cars and buses.

Also in May, Volta Indonesia Semesta said it aims to produce 60,000 electric motorcycles this year. Volta, a joint venture between Jakarta-listed digital service provider M Cash Integrasi and local last-mile delivery start-up SiCepat Ekspres, began commercial operations in November at its manufacturing facility in Semarang, Central Java province .

The goal far exceeds Volta’s total sales of just 506 e-motorcycles last year. The company has received an order for at least 10,000 bikes from SiCepat, which counts Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC among its investors, according to a report by DealStreetAsia in March.

To counteract the lack of public charging stations, SiCepat and M Cash are working together to set up a network of battery swapping stations – including at SiCepat drop-off points. Irwan Supriatna, a national sales manager at Volta, told Nikkei Asia in April that the goal is to have 500 battery swapping stations operational on the islands of Java and Bali by the end of this year — four times the current number in Greater Jakarta.

A few other local electric motorcycle manufacturers have made similar announcements over the past year, and most of them are taking matters into their own hands when it comes to charging, working with others to develop battery swapping facilities. While it can take hours to charge, it only takes a few minutes to replace dead batteries with new ones.

State-owned Wika Industri Manufaktur, which makes Gesits e-bikes, is partnering with Indonesian ride-hailing unicorn Gojek and state-owned oil giant Pertamina, along with Taiwan’s Gogoro.

Gojek last year founded Electrum, a joint venture with local energy company TBS Energi Utama, to expand Indonesia’s EV ecosystem. The ride-hailer has committed to electrifying 100% of its driver fleet by 2030 as part of its net-zero emissions drive. Gojek is currently running a pilot program where customers in Jakarta can order a ride on an electric motorcycle through Gojek’s smartphone app.

President Joko Widodo attends the launch of a collaboration between companies to develop an e-motorcycle ecosystem in February. (Photo courtesy of the Indonesian Presidential Office)

Gojek’s Singapore-based rival Grab ordered 6,000 electric motorcycles from Viar Motor Indonesia last year. Viar started as an electric bicycle manufacturer and currently operates an electric two- and three-wheeler factory in Semarang.

Grab launched a collaboration in March with another local electric motorcycle maker, Smoot Motor, and its sister company, battery swapping station startup Swap Energi, and state-owned utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara.

Ridzki Kramadibrata, president of Grab Indonesia, said the ride-hailing company operates 8,500 electric vehicles in Indonesia, most of which are motorcycles, and intends to increase the number to 14,000 by the end of this year. Swap, meanwhile, said it has set up 400 battery swapping stations at convenience stores and gas stations in Greater Jakarta and dozens more in Bali.

The electric motorcycle announcements come as Indonesia’s economy continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and consumer curiosity about this new mode of transportation grows.

At the Indonesia International Motor Show in Jakarta in April, visitors took test drives at the Volta and Gesits booths. Volta prices are 20 million rupiah ($1,365) per bike or under, with Gesits bikes approaching 30 million rupiah. Prices are roughly similar to low and high end ICE motorcycles in the local market.

“With various options now available and news of government support, public interest is growing, especially over the past year,” Supriatna said at the Volta booth. He added that most of his retail customers are in their 20s or 30s and buy electric motorcycles “for prestige.”

Dewa, an official in Bali who asked to be identified by name, said he and his younger brother have been using a Viar motorcycle since 2019. You mainly take it for short trips, so you only need to charge it at home every few days.

“We saved a lot of gas, and there is [barely] Impact on electricity bills,” Dewa said, adding that his Viar requires less regular maintenance than petrol bikes. However, the downside is that it runs slower, with a top speed of 40 km/h.

Analysts say the prospects for electric motorcycles in Indonesia are promising as the large number of regular motorcycles on the streets indicate strong potential demand, with electric cars still too expensive for local customers.

Still, Japan’s Yamaha Motor and Honda Motor, which dominate the Indonesian motorcycle market, seem a bit reluctant to enter the domestic electric motorcycle industry. In April, Yamaha unveiled its E01 model during the IIMS show and also started a market test, but did not share any concrete plan for a commercial launch. Honda, meanwhile, is still conducting a market study following the launch of its PCX electric scooter for limited use by Gojek and Grab in 2019, with local executives hoping they can launch an electric motorcycle for the Indonesian retail market in 2024, according to local reports.

Koketso Tsoai, automotive industry analyst at Fitch Solutions, said the mergers of Indika and Gojek Electrum with Gogoro “could make a big difference in achieving success,” citing Gogoro’s expertise and potential for similar ones Results in Indonesia. However, he was less optimistic about other local players.

“Some local players without partnerships with established motorcycle manufacturers will face headwinds, particularly in battery sourcing and general electric motorcycle manufacturing,” Tsoai said in an email interview with Nikkei. “As a result, we’re not too keen on local players with no prior motorcycle manufacturing experience.”

Additionally, battery prices have skyrocketed in recent months due to supply disruptions caused by the Russia-Ukraine war and related sanctions on Russian metals, which could deter Indonesia’s budget-conscious consumers.

“Prices for potential electric motorcycle buyers remain high, and the prospect of further price hikes due to an increase in battery material prices could delay the launch, especially given the lack of sufficient consumer-centric support in the form of incentives,” Tsoai said.

Additional reporting by Ismi Damayanti.

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SOEs help improve the educational quality of Islamic boarding schools https://unixpimps.org/soes-help-improve-the-educational-quality-of-islamic-boarding-schools/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 07:43:12 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/soes-help-improve-the-educational-quality-of-islamic-boarding-schools/ JAKARTA (ANTARA) – Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Erick Thohir has urged SOEs to improve the quality of education in Islamic boarding schools in order to realize advances in civilization and Indonesia’s economy. “We want Muslims to be able to uphold the foundation of our country,” Thohir noted in a statement received here on Saturday. […]]]>

JAKARTA (ANTARA) – Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Erick Thohir has urged SOEs to improve the quality of education in Islamic boarding schools in order to realize advances in civilization and Indonesia’s economy.

“We want Muslims to be able to uphold the foundation of our country,” Thohir noted in a statement received here on Saturday.

Thohir noted that Islamic boarding schools are important to the national economy, which is why he encouraged state-owned companies to support the development of Islamic boarding schools in Indonesia.

Earlier, the government launched a collaborative program for SOEs Social and Environmental Responsibility (TJSL) in East Java. The activity, held on June 10 at Qomaruddin Islamic boarding school in East Java’s Gresik district, included an applied business program or vocational training program by PesantrenPreneur to 26 East Java Islamic boarding schools and support to the Madura community, with 42 involved were SOEs.

Initiated by the Ministry of State Enterprises, the program started with the activity PesantrenPreneur Training of Trainers (ToT) 2022, in which 78 teachers participated.

Related News: VP optimistic that pesantren have supporting facilities and activities

ToT is a training activity for teachers to improve their quality in hard skills as providing knowledge and experience imparted to students in Islamic boarding schools. Materials include technology and engineering, technology and information, health, agribusiness, fisheries, agrotechnology, economics and management, and makeup and culinary arts.

“I want to build the independence of Islamic boarding schools and improve students’ skills, entrepreneurship, awareness of business opportunities, use of networks for collaboration and application of digital-based technologies,” Thohir said.

In addition, the minister expressed optimism that the program would boost the growth of the domestic halal industry, considering Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world.

In addition to the training, three SOEs – Semen Indonesia, PLN and Pelindo – representing 31 SOEs signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Faculty of Economics at Airlangga University, Surabaya, East Java.

The agreement includes one-year support in the implementation of applied business education by SOEs and Airlangga University for Islamic boarding schools in East Java.

Meanwhile, 21 other SOEs support communities on the island of Madura, particularly in the district of Sampang. The aid aims to improve people’s living standards in the form of clean water facilities, dock renovation, mangrove restoration and the development of 15 micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and village-owned enterprises (BUMDesa). .

Related News: Ministry sanctions misuse of Islamic schools aid funds

 

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Software developer – IT-Online https://unixpimps.org/software-developer-it-online/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 18:50:09 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/software-developer-it-online/ Software Developer – Johannesburg SouthOffice-bound role PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTDeveloping new software products throughout the development lifecycle from conception and planning to end-user documentation and responding to issues during the quality assurance process with products primarily focused on embedded web technologiesAssisting in the development of components for new software products produced by other members of the group, […]]]>

Software Developer – Johannesburg South
Office-bound role

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Developing new software products throughout the development lifecycle from conception and planning to end-user documentation and responding to issues during the quality assurance process with products primarily focused on embedded web technologies
Assisting in the development of components for new software products produced by other members of the group, with the components mainly focusing on embedded web technologies
Analysis of requests from non-development staff to determine technical feasibility and translation of these user-level requests into a formal development specification
Development of visually appealing web-based user interfaces within a defined guideline
Assistance in the development of guidelines for web-based user interfaces
Development of library code and related documentation used by third parties

TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Providing code-level developer support to a wide audience with a range of skills and abilities
Creating test applications for reported bugs and specification issues

PLANNING AND SPECIFICATION
Supporting marketing colleagues responsible for product planning with technical information on technology-related topics
Discussion with a local and international audience on details of future specifications for globally manufactured products

YOUR FOCUS
Solid knowledge of web-based programming, including but not limited to extensive knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript; and ASP.NET/MVC
Sound knowledge of relational databases, MS SQL. MySQL and Oracle would be considered a plus
Additional programming skills including C, Python 3.x, Java, C++ and Objective-C would be an advantage
At least 6 years development experience
Required core skills are C#, MVC, Javascript, CSS, SQL.
Sharepoint would be an advantage.
Excellent technological knowledge of PCs with current versions of Microsoft Windows
Experience with networked scanners, printers and peripherals used in the B2B business environment would be highly desirable
Additional operating system knowledge such as Unix/Linux is also an advantage
Basic knowledge of project management
Ability to perform tasks with precision and accuracy while showing necessary attention to detail
Excellent knowledge of spoken and written English
Team player and proactive attitude
Self motivated with initiative and responsibility but also able to follow directions

CTC R45, 000 Neg. – Vaccination card mandatory

Desired skills:

  • c#
  • MVC
  • Javascript
  • CSS
  • SQL
  • software developer

Desired professional experience:

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PLN is building 27 charging stations for electric vehicles in tourist destinations https://unixpimps.org/pln-is-building-27-charging-stations-for-electric-vehicles-in-tourist-destinations/ Sun, 05 Jun 2022 06:12:59 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/pln-is-building-27-charging-stations-for-electric-vehicles-in-tourist-destinations/ We stand ready to support green tourism in Indonesia by preparing the electricity infrastructure and this can also serve as an opportunity to promote the importance of electric vehicle transition Jakarta (ANTARA) – State-owned electric company PT PLN has built 27 public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, known locally as SPKLU, in a number of […]]]>

We stand ready to support green tourism in Indonesia by preparing the electricity infrastructure and this can also serve as an opportunity to promote the importance of electric vehicle transition

Jakarta (ANTARA) – State-owned electric company PT PLN has built 27 public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, known locally as SPKLU, in a number of tourist destinations to help develop green tourism.

Haryanto WS, business director of PLN for Java, Madura and Bali regions, said there are five leading tourist destinations where the electric vehicle charging stations have been built, namely Borobudur Temple area, Prambanan Temple area, Bali, Lombok and Labuan Bajo.

“We stand ready to support green tourism in Indonesia by preparing power infrastructure and it can also serve as an opportunity to promote the importance of electric vehicle transition,” he said in a statement here on Sunday.

PLN has built many electric vehicle charging stations as part of its support to accelerate Indonesia’s clean energy transition.

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Haryanto pointed out that the deployment of SPKLU is one of PLN’s efforts to boost the development of the country’s electric vehicle ecosystem.

According to him, it is expected that the use of electric vehicles for tourism purposes, connecting the main tourist points such as airports, hotels and tourist attractions, will help to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector.

“Currently, we are preparing the SPKLU network to support electric vehicle presence in several other tourist destinations, namely Lake Toba, Likupang and Mandalika, which are scheduled to be completed in October 2022,” he shared.

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The President of the PLN, Director Darmawan Prasodjo, assessed that the presence of the SPKLU is essential in the future due to the transition to electric vehicles.

He claimed that using electricity in the transport sector has more benefits in terms of costs and emission levels.

“PLN is ready to provide an abundant and clean power supply of electricity to encourage massive growth of this electric vehicle ecosystem in Indonesia. It is time for a shift from fossil energy to clean and abundant energy in Indonesia,” Prasodjo noted.

In addition to the charging stations, PT PLN also offers home charging services with a 30 percent discount for charging at the customer’s home from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. The company has also set up public electric vehicle battery swapping stations or SPBKLU for two-wheelers.

In order to make it easier for customers to find the nearest charging stations, PLN has added the electric vehicle function to the PLN Mobile application.

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Human Initiative Launches Qurban Program for 2022 – Inforial https://unixpimps.org/human-initiative-launches-qurban-program-for-2022-inforial/ Fri, 03 Jun 2022 06:17:01 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/human-initiative-launches-qurban-program-for-2022-inforial/ Inforial (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Fri, June 3, 2022 06/03/2022 13:15 0 e16ff64e7ecc29b417414912231b9378 4 information Free The Jakarta-based NGO Human Initiative has launched its 2022 Qurban (sacrificial animal) program on the theme “InsyaAllah Qurban” with the slogan “Kuatkan Niat Raih Kebaikan” (strengthen the intention to do good). This year’s program, launched during a formal […]]]>

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The Jakarta-based NGO Human Initiative has launched its 2022 Qurban (sacrificial animal) program on the theme “InsyaAllah Qurban” with the slogan Kuatkan Niat Raih Kebaikan(strengthen the intention to do good).

This year’s program, launched during a formal event on Thursday, is targeting 25,500 donors across the country and 350,000 beneficiaries worldwide for Idul Adha (Day of Sacrifice), which falls in early July.

At a press conference after the launch event, Human Initiative President Tomy Indrajati said the yearbook Qurban program was the second largest of the organization after the Ramadan program. It highlighted the charitable nature of Indonesians when it comes to helping the less fortunate.

“That Qurban Program has a wider reach because public support is usually greater. This year we have set a target of 25,500 benefactors, with 85 percent Qurban distributed all over Indonesia and the rest is destined for other countries,” said Tomy. He added that the Human Initiative’s international outreach efforts are currently focused on African countries.

In Indonesia, the focus is on the Qurban Distribution will take place in the eastern regions, including Nusa Tenggara, Maluku and Papua, with distribution points also set to be established in Sumatra and Java. At the same time, the organization wants to reduce the accumulation of stocks in the cities to ensure access for the rural population.

As COVID-19 restrictions have been gradually eased, this year’s Idul Adha follows reported outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) among livestock across the country. So Tomy said the Human Initiative is working closely with the government to ensure the animals are safe to eat, “just like we have been doing during the pandemic. [when] We have worked extensively with the government to ensure every step of the process is safe using strict health protocols.”

“This is also a challenge for us to be more confident and precise than last year,” he added.

At the same event, the Human Initiative also launched its own website, www.solusipeduli.org/qurban, to bring convenience and ease to the benefactors. It offers benefactors multiple ways to donate to the program, including different types of cows with a range of distribution channels.

“We hope that more families will be supported through the InsyaAllah Qurban program, especially our brothers and sisters in rural and outermost regions. Inshallahthey will be able to enjoy Qurban this year through the program.

“Local farmers will also benefit directly [program]said Miftahul Surur, the head of the Human Initiative Qurban Project.

“Even though we have had to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, our employees still have the spirit of sharing Qurbanwhich shows that Indonesians have a strong social sense,” Tomy pointed out.


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Java developer at Reverse – IT-Online https://unixpimps.org/java-developer-at-reverse-it-online/ Wed, 01 Jun 2022 13:46:23 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/java-developer-at-reverse-it-online/ Advanced Java developer role in Centurion Reverside is an IT service provider; We are always looking for professional candidates to join our software development team with opportunities to work on exciting projects within our established client base. We are looking for Java Development Professionals 3+ years solid development experience in Java development and has a […]]]>

Advanced Java developer role in Centurion

Reverside is an IT service provider; We are always looking for professional candidates to join our software development team with opportunities to work on exciting projects within our established client base.

We are looking for Java Development Professionals 3+ years solid development experience in Java development and has a solid knowledge base of the SDLC.

Job Description

You will be part of a talented software team working on business-critical applications. Java developer roles and responsibilities include managing Java/Java EE application development and providing expertise throughout the software development lifecycle, from concept and design to testing.

responsibilities

  • Maintenance: Checking and correcting problems in existing systems or processes (troubleshooting);
  • Develop, test and maintain the deployed software with high quality;
  • Analyze, maintain and improve existing applications and troubleshoot problems efficiently;
  • Conduct an accurate development estimate
  • Design, development and deployment of high-volume, low-latency applications for mission-critical systems.
  • Contribute to all phases of the development lifecycle
  • Write well-designed, testable, and efficient code
  • Make sure the designs match the specs
  • Prepare and create releases of software components
  • Support continuous improvement by exploring alternatives and technologies and presenting them for architectural review

qualifications

  • BSc in Computer Science / Diploma / Oracle Certification
  • At least 3 years of experience as a programmer in Java

experience

  • JAVA knowledge;
  • SQL;
  • Java Enterprise Edition (EJB, JPA, JAX-RS, JAX-WS).

DESIRABLE:

  • Health insurance/healthcare industry experience;
  • Experience in a project environment essential (this includes project management, analysis
    and design, testing and training);
  • Other programming languages/frameworks: JSF/JSP, JavaScript, JQuery, AngularJS, Material
    Draft, Bootstrap.

requirements

  • A relevant educational qualification is preferred
  • Proven hands-on experience in software development
  • Proven work experience in Java development
  • Hands-on experience designing and developing applications using Java EE platforms (preferably EE 7 and above)
  • Object-oriented analysis and design using common design patterns.
  • Deep dive into Java and JEE internals (class loading, memory management, transaction management, etc.)
  • Excellent knowledge of relational databases, SQL and ORM technologies (JPA2, Hibernate)
  • Experience in the Spring Framework
  • A certification in Java development is a plus
  • Experience in developing web applications with at least one common web framework (JSF, Wicket, GWT, Spring MVC)
  • Experience with test-driven development

Desired skills:

  • Java
  • SQL
  • EJB
  • JavaScript
  • AngularJS

About the employer:

Reverside is an IT service provider; We are always looking for professional candidates to join our software development team with opportunities to work on exciting projects within our established client base.

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Advanced Java Developer at Reverside https://unixpimps.org/advanced-java-developer-at-reverside/ Mon, 30 May 2022 21:33:33 +0000 https://unixpimps.org/advanced-java-developer-at-reverside/ Mid-level Java developer role in Johannesburg Reverside is an IT service provider; We are always looking for professional candidates to join our software development team with opportunities to work on exciting projects within our established client base. We are looking for software development professionals 3-5 years solid development experience in Java development and has a […]]]>

Mid-level Java developer role in Johannesburg

Reverside is an IT service provider; We are always looking for professional candidates to join our software development team with opportunities to work on exciting projects within our established client base.

We are looking for software development professionals 3-5 years solid development experience in Java development and has a solid knowledge base of the SDLC.

We are looking for a Java Developer with experience in building high-performance, scalable, enterprise-class applications.

You will be part of a talented software team working on business-critical applications. Java developer roles and responsibilities include managing Java/Java EE application development and providing expertise throughout the software development lifecycle, from concept and design to testing.

responsibilities

  • Maintenance: Checking and correcting problems in existing systems or processes (troubleshooting);
  • Develop, test and maintain the deployed software with high quality;
  • Analyze, maintain and improve existing applications and troubleshoot problems efficiently;
  • Conduct an accurate development estimate
  • Design, development and deployment of high-volume, low-latency applications for mission-critical systems.
  • Contribute to all phases of the development lifecycle
  • Write well-designed, testable, and efficient code
  • Make sure the designs match the specs
  • Prepare and create releases of software components
  • Support continuous improvement by exploring alternatives and technologies and presenting them for architectural review

qualifications

  • BSc in Computer Science / Diploma / Oracle Certification
  • At least 3 years of experience as a programmer in Java

experience

  • JAVA knowledge;
  • SQL;
  • Java Enterprise Edition (EJB, JPA, JAX-RS, JAX-WS). DESIRABLE:
  • Health insurance/healthcare industry experience;
  • Experience in a project environment essential (this includes project management, analysis and design, testing and training);
  • Other programming languages/frameworks: JSF/JSP, JavaScript, JQuery, AngularJS, Material Design, Bootstrap.

Desired skills:

  • Java
  • EJB
  • SQL
  • JPA
  • JAX-RS
  • JAX-WS
  • JavaScript

About the employer:

Reverside is an IT service provider; We are always looking for professional candidates to join our software development team with opportunities to work on exciting projects within our established client base.

Find out more/apply for this position

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