Murdoch University, Perth, Australia; 1996-2000.
Four-year specialist degree programme in Indonesian studies minoring in politics and international relations. Including one year fulltime coursework at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, in Indonesian, with one semester in the Faculty of Economics, and one in the Faculty of Social and Political Science.
Central Institute of Technology,
Perth, Australia; 1995-1996.
Two-year programme in Indonesian applied language studies.
Founder Forum Ubuntu Indonesia in 2009, to promote the use of the Ubuntu operating system, and Open Source software generally. Organise and finance promotional seminars and workshops at least twice a year. Currently over 30,000 registered members.
Founder Yayasan Teknologi Terbuka Indonesia (Indonesian Open Technology Foundation) in 2013, to promote the use of open technologies in Indonesia, in particular open source operating systems. This foundation also operates a community computer training centre ("Puskomas") in Pekalongan, Central Java.