NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 468 - Jan 3, 2011)
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You've always wanted to work with the NetBeans team? Several technical positions are open in Prague, in the Czech Republic.
A brand new community plugin integrates your Facebook account into NetBeans IDE!
Buddhika Ariyaratne has written a multi-part tutorial, including a link to the source code, describing how to get started with ObjectDB, JPA, and NetBeans IDE.
For the NetBeans Platform based neural network project at the University of Belgrade in Serbia, Neuroph Studio, performance and algorithm optimizations, and Encog integration are announced by Zoran Sevarac.
Jaroslav Tulach, NetBeans API architect, shares his thoughts about the latest developments around hotswap.
The University of Southern Denmark is hosting the a NetBeans Platform training, in Odense, end of this month!
Learning to use the NetBeans Platform? Download this small invoice manager by Ingmar Hendriks and you will see how the various parts of the NetBeans Platform fit together.
Getting started with the NetBeans Platform on Maven is very simple, no IDE is required. Just use the command line as explained in this article.
In his blog, Avishkar Autar announces a little plugin to allow copying text from the editor as RTF, which preserves the foreground colors.
Geertjan Wielenga reports on PDF debugging via a new plugin that integrates iText RUPS into NetBeans IDE.
See what your NetBeans IDE is doing on Mac OSX while you are away from it with Growl notifications.
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