NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 473 - Feb 07, 2011)
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Join members of the XING NetBeans User Group and Munich-based training company Eppleton for this free community event where you can meet Java experts Adam Bien and Kirk Pepperdine, and learn about exciting new developments about the NetBeans IDE and NetBeans Platform. Register here. (Registration information is in Deutsch.)
Join Oracle evangelists Arun Gupta, Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Roger
Brinkley and Tomas Nilsson at JFokus 2011 in Stockholm, Sweden to learn
about the latest features in Java EE, GlassFish and JDK 7, how the
NetBeans IDE in tandem with these technologies helps developers be more
productive, and more.
Oracle Sessions at JFokus:
The Java EE 6 Programming Model Explained
Java EE 6 Toolshow
Running your Java EE applications in the clouds
Learning Nuts & Bolts of Java EE 6 in a Code Intensive Tutorial
It's All About ME (Mobile and Embedded)
A community-contributed plugin for Perl enthusiasts in search of a Perl IDE on the NetBeans platform.
Inspite of the current trend for all things "web", interest continues to grow among enterprise users for Java desktop development. In this blog entry, NetBeans platform evangelist Geertjan Wielenga points out why.
Software architect Markus Eisele presents a pragmatic approach to JavaDoc and outlines the general best practices for successful sourcecode documentation.
Software engineer and technical architect Timon Veenstra gives an overview of "Cloudfarming", a rich-client platform built on the NetBeans Platform and that provides a highly modular farm management system.
From the NetBeans PHP team blog, two ways to run the NetBeans IDE with an option.
This tip shows you how to create multiple workspaces in the NetBeans IDE.
A Zen coding plugin for the NetBeans IDE, and a quick-start guide to setting up on Windows and the basics of Zen coding.
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