NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #514 - Nov 21, 2011)
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Arun Gupta's Java EE 6 hands on lab used at Devoxx 2011 is available. Read through this helpful PDF to learn about the latest Java EE 6 features in NetBeans IDE.
Listen to Java Spotlight 57 recorded last week at Devoxx, including news on JavaFX, NetBeans, and a great interview with London JUG leaders.
The latest Oracle Java Magazine has come out, featuring articles on JavaOne 2011, RESTful web services, agile ALM, Hudson plugin development, JavaFX/Swing integration, and much more!
Use this great new plugin created by the JRebel team and you'll not need to redeploy your application during development again.
Rob Terpilowski from Seattle reports on a corporate logistics application being developed on the NetBeans Platform. What are the benefits of doing so? Read all about it here.
IDR Solutions provides a great PDF rendering plugin for NetBeans IDE. Read a report by Mark Stephens on the latest development: a brand new PDF to JavaFX converter feature!
Do you prefer Gradle over Ant and Maven? Gradle fans everywhere can join a new project to develop and test the new NetBeans/Gradle integration plugin.
Kirk Pepperdine, a great fan of the NetBeans Profiler, is holding another performance tuning session at Eppleton in Munich soon. Be there!
JavaOne is moving to Sao Paolo next month and NetBeans will be there too. Come to sessions or drop by the Oracle booth when you're there.
Java EE expert and trainer Adam Bien wants you on the Java EE bandwagon! Over the next few months, join him at multiple locations in Germany to find out why Java EE 6 rocks and to get the tools and tips you need to build Java EE applications.
Read about this interesting Java EE job opportunity with NetBeans IDE in Charleston, SC.
Do you have a good eye for detail and NetBeans Platform experience? Join an automotive development project and learn how the NetBeans Platform is used in Formula 1.
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