NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 411 - Oct 6, 2009)
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Learn how to use MySQL Connector/MXJ for automatic deployment of
Java+MySQL applications on any platform in MySQL's latest webinar.
Connector/MXJ is a Java utility package that makes the MySQL database
appear to be a Java-based component.
WHEN: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 @ 10:00am (US Pacific time)
WHERE: Access the webinar from the comfort of your desk.
NetBeans user Marco Marcellis has created a course site for students interested in learning EJB technology. The course provides several tasks that help users master the technology. In each task, a complete Java enterprise application is built.
A tutorial describing how to compile and run JNI powered Java applications using the NetBeans IDE.
A short guide to using the Google Web Toolkit in the NetBeans IDE.
A short guide on how to create a new tool collection for C/C++ in NetBeans IDE 6.7.
An interview with Piotr Leszczyński, creator of a web browser that interprets web content into audio text for visually impaired users.
OpenSolaris' Image Packaging System (IPS) is written in Python. In this blog entry, Brian Leonard takes the new Python Editor in NetBeans 6.7 for a test drive against the IPS source code.
Many cool applications are built on the NetBeans Platform. In Geertjan's blog, he showcases an app that manages how information about current movies are displayed to customers in movie theaters around France. Tres cool!
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