NetBeans RCP Certified Training in San Francisco
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Munich, San Francisco. A NetBeans Platform (a.k.a. NetBeans RCP) training is going to be held in San Francisco from 27 to 29 September. This year, right after JavaOne, Munich-based training organization Eppleton is holding the first NetBeans Platform training in San Francisco, as a result of a partnership between Marakana and Eppleton. The course will be led by NetBeans Platform expert and NetBeans Dream Team member Anton Epple.
In addition to Anton, who is leading the course, there will be other NetBeans Platform experts present, since many of them will be in town because of JavaOne. One of those additional NetBeans Platform gurus is Geertjan Wielenga, who is a NetBeans Platform trainer and writer working in the NetBeans Team, based in Prague, Czech Republic. Aside from writing tutorials, books, and other documents about the NetBeans Platform, he organizes, creates, and helps to deliver the related training materials.
"There's been a continuously growing interest in the NetBeans Platform over the past years," says Anton Epple. "While some years ago the NetBeans Platform was only used by some enthusiastic developers, Sun's and Oracle's decision to put more effort into the NetBeans Platform and treat it as a product in its own right has changed the picture. We see more NetBeans Platform applications every day in every software development domain you can think of. And, with NetBeans Platform 6.9, especially with the adoption of OSGi, we anticipate to see even more adoption, since the NetBeans Platform is now the only Java desktop application framework that uses the standard module system (OSGi) together with the standard UI widget toolkit (Swing)."
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