The latest NetBeans Podcast was recorded over the last few weeks and released yesterday.
Aside from the NetBeans news items and interviews (interesting stuff about Joel Murach's new Java book using NetBeans, as well as the new developments in the NetBeans Groovy editor), there is, as always an "API Design Tip" of the podcast. That's really worth listening to, always of course, but especially this time because here Jaroslav Tulach talks at some length about his recent trip to OSGiCon, as well as the history and status of OSGi support in NetBeans IDE.
Start listening from just before the 30th minute (i.e., the final segment) if you're interested in this particular topic:
For example, hear about how JDeveloper got faster by switching from Equinox to Netbinox. And... will Eclipse find itself on the same OSGi container too?