NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 454 - Sep 20, 2010)
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JavaOne 2010 kicks off this week in San Francisco. Find out where you can join members of the NetBeans team, chat with local Java Champions, Java User Group Leaders and fellow NetBeans community members. Check out NetBeans.org throughout the week for slides from NetBeans-related sessions.
There is still time to register for the NetBeans Platform course that will be held September 27-29 by Marakana/Eppleton in San Francisco.
BlackBerry DEVCON organizers are extending a special offer to NetBeans users. From September 27 - 30, connect with other developers, meet RIM experts, and dig deeper into development tools for the BlackBerry platform. Register with the special code DD6RAC to receive a reduced conference rate of $849. (The on-site rate is $1399.)
NetBeans User Group Nagpur is a brand new group for like-minded developers who are passionate about the NetBeans IDE and NetBeans Platform. Join the group and its members for the premiere meeting on September 23rd as they define their overall objectives and action plan.
This new tutorial shows you how to create NetBeans Platform applications from the command line using Maven archetypes.
How do you create an editor on the NetBeans Platform, using the latest language APIs? Read this brand new community contributed tutorial to find out.
The NetBeans OutlineView is very powerful, but how do you get started with it? Here a simple example shows you how.
Java and JSF expert Cay Horstmann applauds the NetBeans IDE's support for PrimeFaces.
Discover how South Africa's defense force is standardizing around the NetBeans Platform.
Read about a project at the University of Southern Denmark for dynamically updating actively deployed modules during development of NetBeans Platform applications.
Brandon Beasley introduces you to NetBeans PHP support and his own dark color theme.
Tonny Kohar from Indonesia reviews the newly released "The Developer's Guide to NetBeans Platform 6.9".
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