NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #508 - Oct 11, 2011)
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The NetBeans Governance Board election kicks off! Read the candidate profiles and vote... the voting period runs through midnight, Monday, October 24!
Oracle officially announces the strong growth of the NetBeans developer community and the availability of NetBeans IDE 7.1 Beta.
At JavaOne, John Jullion-Ceccarelli, head of NetBeans engineering, discusses the latest news on NetBeans IDE 7.1.
A detailed article discussing the state of IDEs and why the author prefers NetBeans IDE
The UN's refugee agency is doing some very interesting work with NetBeans, using it as a platform for managing resources for assisting refugees. Read all about it here and see some cool screenshots.
Sodbeans, a NetBeans module suite, is a 2011 Duke's Choice Award winner for its innovative work in enhancing accessibility for the blind in modern programming environments.
NetBeans Dream Team member Tushar Joshi reveals his plans for a brand new task management plugin for the IDE... and needs you to be involved!
A new and extensive tutorial on web development with NetBeans IDE has been published by NetBeans community member Michael Müller. Have a look and give him feedback!
Did you know you can create OSGi bundles and use the bundles in your NetBeans projects? In this tutorial you will create two OSGi bundles from the Maven OSGi bundle archetype and then deploy the bundles to GlassFish 3.1.
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