List of Upcoming NetBeans Platform Trainings!

The NetBeans Platform Certified Training is scheduled to be delivered in (at least) the following locations in the coming two months:

  • The Norwegian Marine Data Center in Bergen, Norway, has expressed interest in hosting a NetBeans Platform Certified Training, probably in March or April. They're making contact with local institutions and universities, to see whether a related free training could be held (which ultimately would be beneficial to the Norwegian Marine Data Center, because they'd then have a place where they could get skilled NetBeans Platform developers to fill job vacancies).

  • The University of Belgrade, Serbia, has set up a NetBeans User Group. They're interested in using the NetBeans Platform for teaching and research purposes. They'd also like to move a GUI neural network editor for Neuroph, a lightweight Java neural network framework to develop common neural network architectures, to the NetBeans Platform. Moreover, they've expressed an interest in creating a few NetBeans Platform trainers of their own and of incorporating the training material into the university's official courseware.

  • The Polish Java User Group in Cracow, Poland, would like a training too. Some of their members wanted to come to the recent training in Poznan, Poland, but there were quite a lot of people from the local area already: now they're organizing a separate training in Cracow. There's also interest in Łódź, Poland, for a training (again from people who couldn't make the Poznan training).

  • The Braunschweig University of Technology will be holding a NetBeans Platform Certified Training on 15 and 16 February.

In addition to the above, consultancies such as Eppleton in Munich, Germany, are also organizing trainings.

If you'd like to host a NetBeans Platform Certified Training too (free for universities and non-profits, while a paid course exists for companies), write to If you'd like to join in with the trainings listed above (or if you're in the same area as the above locations and you'd like to have a separate training in the same area, which could be convenient to arrange during the same timeframe), write there and let us know.

After all, the NetBeans Platform is the world's only modular Swing application framework and more and more mission critical enterprise applications are making use of it. Time to jump on the bandwagon!

Note: If you've taken the course in the past, you're welcome to join us on any of the above trainings, to talk about your projects on the NetBeans Platform, to share tips & tricks with new students in this area, and to, in that way, participate actively in the NetBeans community. Several ex-students have done this in the past and have found it a very beneficial experience. It's also one step in becoming a NetBeans Platform trainer yourself.


If Netbeans traning is coming to norway, for gods sake come to Oslo instead/aswell :D

Posted by Christian on January 23, 2010 at 06:50 AM PST #

Hi Geertjan, you forgot about the training at the University of Weihenstefan: 10.03.10 - 11.03.10


Posted by Toni Epple on January 24, 2010 at 03:54 PM PST #

Hi Christian -- please contact me or write to with contact details so we can work out a training in Oslo with you!

Hi Toni -- it's going to be a busy month or two!

Posted by Geertjan Wielenga on January 24, 2010 at 04:12 PM PST #


Is there any training classes coming up in the United States? I live in Pennylvanvia but would travel any where in the US for this class.

Thanks, Dan

Posted by Dan Fabrizio on March 26, 2010 at 03:38 AM PDT #

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Geertjan Wielenga (@geertjanw) is a Principal Product Manager in the Oracle Developer Tools group living & working in Amsterdam. He is a Java technology enthusiast, evangelist, trainer, speaker, and writer. He blogs here daily.

The focus of this blog is mostly on NetBeans (a development tool primarily for Java programmers), with an occasional reference to NetBeans, and sometimes diverging to topics relating to NetBeans. And then there are days when NetBeans is mentioned, just for a change.


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