18 November: NetBeans Demo Camp, Munich

If you're in Germany (anywhere in Germany, come on, it's not so big, Munich is more or less accessible from everywhere), here's a program (in draft form, but this is the basic idea) that you can't afford to miss, for the first NetBeans Demo Camp in Munich:
  • "New Features in NetBeans Platform 6.5"
    Geertjan Wielenga, NetBeans Guru, Sun Microsystems Inc., Prag.

  • "Demosession: ChipInspector - NetBeans APIs im Einsatz"
    Tanja Drüke, Genomatix Software GmbH, Munich, Germany.

  • "RCP Entwicklung in der Praxis: Third-party libraries und ClassLoader"
    Anton Epple, NetBeans Dream Team Member, Eppleton, Munich, Germany.

  • "Portierung von Swing Applikationen auf die NetBeans Platform"
    Aljoscha Rittner, CEO, Sepix GmbH, Hann. Münden, Germany.

  • "Grosseinsatz - NetBeans RCP im Grossprojekt"
    Sven Reimers, NetBeans Dream Team Member, ND SatCom Defence GmbH, Immenstadt, Germany.

That's about the best set of NetBeans Platform presentations one can imagine. Apart from myself, everyone on the program is loosely coupled from Sun, talking about their own practical experiences with the NetBeans Platform in corporate Swing application development environments. Tuesday, 18 November, from 16.00 to 20.00. All the details for this event, also for registration purposes and how to get there, can be found here:


The usage of the plural "pubs" in the following statement is especially promising: "The event will officially end at 8 p.m. After the event we will celebrate NetBeans 10th birthday and the release of NB 6.5 in nearby pubs."


... and if you're instead rather south of Munich, remember that the following week, on November 25, there's another NetBeans Demo Camp in Genoa: http://juggenova.net/2008/10/20/netbeans-demo-camp-jug-genova-25112008/

:-) Speakers are not so VIPs as in Munich, but we'll make it interesting all the way. There will be food and beverage as well :-)

Posted by Fabrizio Giudici on November 06, 2008 at 08:33 PM PST #

Well, just have a look at the NUGM version of the Java Finch, and you'll know what this user group really is about :-).


Posted by Anton Epple on November 07, 2008 at 12:46 AM PST #

Just nitpicking - it is Immenstaad (am Bodensee)

Posted by Sven Reimers on November 08, 2008 at 02:52 AM PST #

Hi, I am a professional Java developer from Munich. I've never been to any JUG/NUG meetings and I haven't done anything with the NetBeans Platform except using NetBeans IDE for my daily work, but I'd like to enhance the BeanShell plugin in the next days(/weeks?)
Is this an event I should attend as interested newcomer or is this geared towards professionals?

Posted by Martin Neumann on November 11, 2008 at 06:47 AM PST #

Martin, you should definitely come. You sound like the perfect person to attend this event.

Posted by Geertjan on November 11, 2008 at 08:15 PM PST #

Okay, I'll try my best.
Usually I work till 4pm, but I think I can get off early from work on Tuesday unless my boss has special plans on that day.
I'm really looking forward to meeting you guys.

Posted by Martin Neumann on November 11, 2008 at 09:25 PM PST #

See you there!

Posted by Geertjan Wielenga on November 14, 2008 at 02:01 AM PST #

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