The Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble hosted NetBeans Day France yesterday.
The event was sponsored by Davidson in Paris, who provided the great lunch!
The program included the following topics:
The day began with a session about the NetBeans project, its history, unique features, and transition to Apache.
Clement Escoffier demoed in a lot of detail Vert.x together with OpenShift and NetBeans IDE:
I had to leave shortly after the above, though I heard Nebrass and Emmanuel did great sessions on Spring Boot and Docker (Nebrass) and JBoss Forge, WildFly, and Java EE (Emmanuel). Both Emmanuel and Nebrass are NetBeans Dream Team members, great to have worked with them to organize this event. And thanks again, Davidson in Paris, for sponsoring the lunch for this successful event.
Possibly we could have two NetBeans events in France each year. One in Grenoble and the other in Paris!