NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #506 - Sept 27, 2011)
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We have updated the site with info about the NetBeans presence at JavaOne, including audio casts from NetBeans Team members speaking at JavaOne!
Focusing on the upcoming JavaOne 2011, the NetBeans Podcast is back! Hear the voices of the NetBeans Team as they discuss their favorite topics.
Newly updated Selenium plugins are available for Ant based projects, Maven projects, PHP, as well as a Selenium Server plugin so that you can run Selenium tests locally on your computer!
What's been going on in the NetBeans blogger community over the past year? Read this article, which summarizes the highlights of the many blogs around the NetBeans world.
The user wants me to modify/fix a bug in a certain feature, but what exactly are the classes that I should change? Asking yourself this question on a regular basis? Read on!
Object Reservoir in Austin, Texas, has released a reservoir engineering tool for shale gas and unconventional reservoirs. It is built on top of NetBeans. Read about it here!
Gerrit & Geertjan's FXG/Java converter plugin for NetBeans IDE now lets you covert FXG transformations in your generated Java code.
As always, the busy NetBeans PHP engineers have taken time out to blog about the cool new features they've been working on in the past week!
NetBeans Platform consultancy Eppleton has restarted its handy list of quick tips, currently at Quick Tip 48.
Right after JavaOne you're invited to attend the NetBeans Platform training hosted by Marakana in San Francisco together with Eppleton in Munich.
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