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New NetBeans Platform Trainers in US: Gail and Paul Anderson

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New NetBeans Platform Trainers in US: Gail and Paul Anderson

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The Anderson Software Group, led by Gail and Paul Anderson, is one of many organizations actively using NetBeans IDE, over many years. Recently they provided a great quote to the NetBeans Community site on Oracle.com, summarizing their experiences with NetBeans IDE:

Moreover, Gail and Paul are, of course, the authors of a fantastic book published last year about JavaFX and the NetBeans Platform, JavaFX Rich Client Programming on the NetBeans Platform:

The book is available at book stores around the world:

They have spoken at conferences all over the world about the NetBeans Platform, while they also presented several great tutorials and workshops at JavaOne in San Francisco, as well as in Russia and Brazil. Most recently they were active participants at NetBeans Day in Munich, Germany, part of which can be watched here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbvgXkqBJ60

They have also created a very interesting application on the NetBeans Platform, using all the NetBeans APIs, together with JavaFX charts, which they use as the starting point for their presentations around the world.

With all of the above experiences, together with their years of experience as software developers, trainers, and authors, they're clearly qualified to be added to the NetBeans Platform Trainers community:

https://edu.netbeans.org/courses/nbplatform-certified-training/trainers.html

They are now certified NetBeans Platform trainers:

They have made their own customized course available, making use of the NetBeans Platform and JavaFX, the summary of which is here:

http://www.asgteach.com/courses/java.htm#netbeans

A very detailed outline of the course can be found here:

http://www.asgteach.com/courses/NetBeansPlatform.htm

Congratulations, Paul and Gail... and everyone out there is highly recommended to make use of the NetBeans Platform related services provided by the Anderson Software Group.

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