NetBeans Day Netherlands, to be held on Thursday, 12 February, is filling up fast. However, there's certainly still space to attend.
You, and your friends, colleagues, fellow students, including teachers in the software development domain, are warmly invited to attend this free, unique, and action packed day.
Sign up for the event here:
The agenda has now been finalized and is as follows:
- 08:30 - 09:00 Coffee
- 09:00 - 09:10 Welcome to NetBeans Day
- 09:15 - 09:55 NetBeans for Web, Desktop, Mobile, and Embedded (Geertjan Wielenga)
- 10:00 - 10:45 From Java EE to AngularJS (Adam Bien)
- 10:45 - 11:00 Coffee
- 11:00 - 11:45 Internet of Things: Flying Eyes & Driving Ears (Timon Veenstra and Eva Veenstra-Kazakov)
- 11:50 - 12:35 Building on NetBeans (Joris Snellenburg and Martijn Morrien)
- 12:40 - 13:40 Lunch
- 13:45 - 14:30 A Sneak Peak into JDK 9 (Dalibor Topic)
- 14:35 - 15:20 Resurrecting Python in NetBeans IDE (Ralph Ruijs)
- 15:25 - 16:00 Coffee
- 16:00 - 16:45 Teaching & Examining with NetBeans (Pieter van den Hombergh)
- 16:55 - 17:40 Extending NetBeans IDE (Geertjan Wielenga)
There are many other topics that we would have liked to have covered during NetBeans Day Netherlands. However, we're planning to have at least two more NetBeans Days in the Netherlands during 2015. Therefore, are there any topics missing from the agenda above that you'd like to hear about next time? Come to NetBeans Day on 12 February and let the organizers know in the feedback form that you'll be able to fill in at the end of the day!
Quick notes on the speakers: Geertjan Wielenga is the product manager of NetBeans. Adam Bien is an independent consultant, Java champion, Oracle ACE Director, and more. Timon and Eva run agricultural software organization LimeTri and are JavaOne Duke's Choice Award Winners with AgroSense. Joris Snellenburg is a lecturer at the VU University in Amsterdam and lead developer of Glotaran. Martijn Morrien works at Netinium, leading the development of Netinium AMM+, a smart meter management solution. Dalibor Topic is the product manager of the OpenJDK project. Ralph Ruijs is an engineer in the NetBeans team, a lecturer at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, and works on the Python4NetBeans project. Pieter van den Hombergh is a lecturer at Fontys in Venlo.