NetBeans Day, Paris

The Sun Tech Days converence has moved to Paris and is taking place under the Grande Arche de la Defense, the third arch of triumph, from which you can see, on a clear day, the second arch at Etoile, and in the far distance the first arch that is standing in front of the Louvre.

NetBeans is becoming more and more impressive. I just uploaded a number of photos on flickr. There you can see

  • Romain Guy (blog) elegantly bringing us up to date with Matisse and the ease of linking it to data sources.
  • Ludovic Champenois (blog) and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine (blog) giving an overview of the latest J2EE and Web Services abilities of NetBeans.
  • Roman Strobl (blog) going into the NetBeans profiler, how to build on the NetBeans platform, and a lot more
  • Petr Suchomel (blog) showing off some really impressive elements of the mobility pack: most memorable of all a graphical programming environment to write cell phone applications, and Java powered vector graphics cell phones.
  • John Treacy (blog) directing all of this from the front bench.
  • An attentive crowd of developers come from all over France. (The other developers were at the Solaris track in another room)

Time to go to bed, for the next installment, tomorrow morning.

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