NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 452 - Sep 07, 2010)
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Do you want to see the NetBeans IDE in action at JavaOne? Browse our list of sessions that will feature the IDE. Also make sure to visit the NetBeans booth to talk to the NetBeans team!
Check out this guide for all things GlassFish-related (Sessions, Hands-on-Labs, and BOFs) at the upcoming JavaOne conference.
This tutorial demonstrates how the NetBeans IDE can generate robust and easily maintainable code when generating JSF pages from entity classes.
A step by step article showing you how you can create your own SQL editor, by assembling it from existing NetBeans modules.
The latest installation of the NetBeans E-commerce tutorial series describes how to create multilingual pages for web applications.
IT training firm Marakana will hold a 3-day NetBeans RCP training directly after JavaOne, in San Francisco. Learn to leverage the power and simplicity of the NetBeans Platform and create rich client applications. Anton Epple will be leading.
"NetBeans Platform: No Slides, Just Code!", after the recent very successful NetBeans RCP SkillsMatter event, here is another one, with Jaroslav Tulach, Toni Epple, and Geertjan Wielenga.
Ernest Lotter, fresh from attending a NetBeans Platform training, proposes a new Lookup mechanism for communicating between modules.
Read about Giovanni Dal Maso's cool new NetBeans Platform application for authoring and publishing complex and fully interactive 3D animations.
Chris Bohme from PinkMatter.com explains the central benefits of creating desktop applications on the NetBeans Platform
Andreas Stefik presents project news on extensions to NetBeans IDE that help the blind learn to program.
Charles Bedon from Colombia presents project news on the latest release of Kuwaiba, the open inventory system created on the NetBeans Platform.
There's more than wine in Stellenbosch, South Africa! A NetBeans Platform training was held there recently. Check out pictures on Geertjan's blog. Jumping Bean, a South African-based training firm also organized a 3-day Platform training course in partnership with Eppleton.
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