NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 481 - Apr 5, 2011)
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Is NetBeans IDE 7.0 ready for release? If you have already downloaded and tested the latest Release Candidate build, we would like to know what you think. Take the NetBeans IDE 7.0 Community Acceptance Survey and tell us about your experience! The survey will be opened until April 6th.
The Eidos UML plugin project, an offshoot of the NetBeans UML plugin, announces its launch. The project aims to redesign the plugin from scratch, and is seeking volunteers.
Who are the Governance Board nominees and how are they involved in the NetBeans Community? Read their profiles and vote your choice! The voting period runs from Monday, March 28 through Monday, April 11. The results and the new board will be announced Tuesday, April 12.
UK-based company deltatheta aims to revolutionize modeling and simulation in engineering, and bring model-based engineering firmly into the design process. Read about their software tools based on the NetBeans Platform.
For NetBeans 7.0, NetCAT, the NetBeans community testing program introduced a new concept of "Testing Tribes"--groups of participants focused on testing specific functionality areas. Find out how their efforts are making an impact on the quality of the upcoming release.
NetBeans Dream Team member Vinicius Senger discusses embedded development on the Java Spotlight podcast.
Do you use the NetBeans Platform for your development projects? Submit a screenshot of your application to be entered into the 200th NetBeans Platform Screenshot contest!
Testing support comes to Radim Kubacki's NetBeans Android plugin. Get a quick summary of the types of testing functionality available, and what else Kubacki has planned.
A quick look at setting up Code Igniter 2.0 and XDebug in the NetBeans IDE.
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