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Sun Distributes ‘100 NetBeans IDE Tips and Tricks’ Mini-Book at NetBeans Day

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Throughout Sun’s CommunityOne 2008 (specifically the NetBeans track), they distributed the standard swag one might expect of this type of event (bags, hats, shirts, etc.). At the conclusion of NetBeans Day, they also distributed a new mini-book about NetBeans tips and tricks. Roughly 140 pages, the book was authored by Ruth Kusterer, a technical writer for Sun Microsystems based in the Czech Republic. The book covers 100 tips and tricks that were collected from NetBeans documentation, blogs, forums, and the NetBeans community.

The 100 NetBeans Tips and Tricks book includes the following 100 tips and tricks as documented in the full TOC here at ProNetBeans.com.

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