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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #653 - Aug 19, 2014)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #653 - Aug 19, 2014)

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NetBeans in the Enterprise: Boeing

What's Boeing doing with NetBeans? And what are some daily development tips that you might find useful in your own coding tasks? Join Michelle Chamberlin and Bruce Shimel as they share their favorite NetBeans features.

NetBeans & IoT

If you're tinkering with the Raspberry Pi, you need NetBeans IDE as a seamless and intuitive tool for end-to-end development needs. Read more, by James Gosling, and others, to find out why!

NetBeans Plugin: PDFviewer

NetBeans partner IDRsolutions have a new version of their PDF viewer written in JavaFX for NetBeans, with a tutorial and more!


NetBeans Community Tweets: @avinashyadav

Everyone who hates #Maven, use it on #NetBeans. It may change your opinion. So much difference can be brought with great tooling.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @muhkayoh

Really liking #NetBeans for our current #AngularJS project.


Interview: WildFly & NetBeans

Meet Emmanuel Hugonnet, from Red Hat, who recently created the WildFly plugin for NetBeans IDE. He demonstrates the plugin while being interviewed by Markus Eisele, who is also from Red Hat.

NetBeans in Education: Maven

"Before I adopted Maven in the classroom, a common problem my students encountered was properly acquiring the required Java libraries for their projects and placing them correctly in the build path," Ken Fogel, the NetBeans education columnist, continues his discussion on Maven and its benefits and usage in classroom setting.

YouTube: Why NetBeans Rocks

Watch this 3 minute movie -- part 1 of a new YouTube series by Java champion Adam Bien: "The question is 'why I'm using NetBeans?', so one of the reasons is easy installation and setup!"

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