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NetBeans Podcast Episode 46

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What every Java engineer should know about microservices: Reactive Microservices Architecture.  Brought to you in partnership with Lightbend.

The focus in this month's podcast is on news from the NetBeans QE team, in light of the release of the upcoming NetBeans IDE 6.5, represented by Lukas Hasik.

In addition, Tinu talks about the (great new) NetBeans forums and the NetBeans World Tour (starting October 1!), James informs us about the NetBeans Community Docs Program, and Jaroslav Tulach reveals, in the API design tip of the podcast, why "constructors rule". He also announces the winner of the 'Will Code for Food' competition.

Then we introduce a new segment, focusing on an interesting e-mail we've received over the course of the past month (if your e-mail is mentioned you win a NetBeans t-shirt). Finally, of course, there's the plugin of the podcast and... the puzzler!

NetBeans Podcast Episode 46 (35:36 min)

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Send the answer to the puzzler to: nbpodcast@netbeans.org by Friday, 26 September 2008.

If there are topics/people you'd like to hear about in future podcasts, please also let us know at nbpodcast@netbeans.org. If your e-mail is mentioned during the podcast, you'll win a t-shirt!

To subscribe via iTunes or similar players, visit http://feeds.feedburner.com/NetBeansPodcast.

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