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NetBeans Podcast 68 - Java 8 and Angular Support in NetBeans

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NetBeans Podcast 68 - Java 8 and Angular Support in NetBeans

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Podcast Guests: Brett Ryan (John Sands), Andreas Stefik (University of Nevada), Petr Pisl (NetBeans)

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11:25 - Community Interview: Brett Ryan on Java 8 and NetBeans IDE

Australian developer Brett Ryan (John Sands) wrote a blog entry about experimenting with JDK 8 features in NetBeans. We stumbled across the post, liked it, and invited him to tell us more about his experience.

17:57 - Community Interview: Andreas Stefik on the Quorum Programming Language

What makes a programming language more intuitive or a headache to learn? Find out as Andreas Stefik ( a return guest!) chats about Quorum, the world's first evidence-oriented programming language. Quorum grew out of Andreas' and his team's work on Sodbeans, a NetBeans-based programming environment for visually impaired developers. Interest in Quorum and its intuitive syntax is growing and the team's recent academic paper (#3 on the page: "An Empirical Investigation into Programming Language Syntax") sheds new light on the "language wars".

38:45 - Petr Pisl on AngularJS Support in NetBeans IDE

Our HTML5 segment series continues with Petr Pisl, a software engineer on the NetBeans team. He joins the podcast to update us on AngularJS support in NetBeans 8.

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