Ask The "JRuby + NetBeans + GlassFish" Experts


NetBeans and GlassFish have changed the landscape of Ruby, JRuby and Rails development and deployment. Code completion, debugging, similar development and deployment environment and many other features (NetBeans, GlassFish) together make it a compelling offering.

Tor Norbye, Brian Leonard and Charles Nutter are fielding questions on Ruby/JRuby/Rails support in the NetBeans IDE and GlassFish in a week-long Ask The Expert session (May 19-23). A complete archive of the Q&A will be available later. You can submit your question here.

If "Ask The Expert" window is missed, the questions can always be asked on user@jruby.codehaus.org, users@glassfish.dev.java.net and users@ruby.netbeans.org.

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Hi Arun

I'm writing to you for Packt Publishing, the Publishers of computer related books.

We are planning to publish a new book on Netbeans. While trying to look out for potential authors to write this book, I came across your profile and it seems that your expertise lie in this area. This gives me an impression that you could be a potential author for this book.

Title: NetBeans Cookbook.
It is planned to be a 300 page book targeted at Java developers who use NetBeans IDE.

Prerequisite for readers: Previous experience of programming in Java. No previous experience of using NetBeans is necessary.

To give you an idea about the way things works at Packt:

- The editorial team at Packt works with the author through out the project.
- We pay a royalty of 16% and an advance against it.
- The marketing team at Packt ensures that the book is well promoted.
- In its ongoing commitment to OpenSource, Packt donates a percentage of revenue generated by the book to the OpenSource project on which it is based. We have donated more than 150 000 dollars to various OpenSource projects since inception in 2004.

Could you please let me know if you find it interesting to author this book?

Thanks.
--
Sunny Kansara
Author Relationship Executive
Packt Publishing
www.PacktPub.com
Skype: sunnyk
MSN: sunny_packt@hotmail.com
Interested in becoming an author? Visit http://authors.packtpub.com for all the information you need about writing for Packt.

Posted by Sunny Kansara on April 22, 2010 at 03:34 PM PDT #

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