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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 472 - Feb 01, 2011)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 472 - Feb 01, 2011)

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Oracle TechCast: Java EE 6 and GlassFish Tooling

Architect Ludovic Champenois offers an overview of the current and future tooling options for Java EE 6 and his favorite developer features among those options, and provides a glimpse into the future of Java EE 7.

Developing Web Applications with Java EE 6 Webinar

Alexis announces the replay and transcript of a recent Java EE 6 development webinar!

Ruby & NetBeans

After thorough consideration, we have taken the difficult step to discontinue support for Ruby on Rails in the NetBeans IDE.


Why I Moved from Eclipse RCP to NetBeans RCP

Retweeted a few times recently, here's an article by Edvin Syse from Norway, explaining why his organization switched to NetBeans RCP.

US National Security Simulations on NetBeans RCP

At least two of Lockheed Martin's science-based technologies supporting US national security are written on top of the NetBeans RCP, as explained here!

Kansas Legislature on NetBeans RCP

Bills and statutes provided by the Kansas legislature are processed through NetBeans RCP, together with OpenOffice. Read all about it here!


January: Danish NetBeans RCP Training

Read about 30 students in Denmark who recently learned about NetBeans RCP and started developing in NetBeans IDE for the first time.

February: South African NetBeans RCP Training

In February, NetBeans RCP trainings are being held in Johannesburg and Cape Town. You can still join!

March: Munich NetBeans RCP Training

Toni Epple announces an upcoming NetBeans RCP training in Munich.


Start Up Multiple NetBeans IDEs

Need to work with multiple instances of NetBeans IDE? Ravindra shows you how.

Enhanced IconView

Aljoscha Rittner describes a new contribution he made to the NetBeans sources, improving one of the NetBeans Platform explorer views.

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