NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 465 - Dec 06, 2010)
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A packed podcast about the NetBeans IDE 7.0 Beta release featuring chats with members of the NetBeans engineering team and JavaEE expert Adam Bien.
Come join the NetBeans team in Prague and help shape the direction of Java and dynamic languages! We currently have open positions for engineers and QE testers.
Read about a new IDE for embedded software, created by Microchip, atop the NetBeans Platform.
Spanish? French? Dutch? Master the vocabulary of a new language with MemorizEasy, a software program developed by Gabriele Kahlout on the NetBeans Platform.
Andreas Stefik, a computer science professor and NetBeans user, talks about his projects around usability for visually impaired developers, as well as his team's participation in World Usability Day 2010.
Recently, two groups of students, one in Togo and the other in India, were introduced to the NetBeans Platform... via an online training!
Several students who attended the online training wrote reports in their blogs about what they learned; here is one of them, by a student in India.
This tutorial demonstrates how the NetBeans IDE can generate robust and easily maintainable code when generating JSF pages from entity classes.
You might have seen the slowness detector at work during development builds of NetBeans IDE. Read Florian Vogler's blog to find out how to use it in your own application.
A step-by-step tutorial from South Africa for those using the NetBeans Nodes API in their software.
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