Breaking Language Barriers with Netbeans 6.7 IDE

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Wouldn't it be great if there was a single IDE that let you create applications in any language you wanted, allowed you to collaborate effectively with a team of developers scattered across the globe, let you import projects created in other environments, as well as let you export your projects to another IDE of your choice? With the NetBeans 6.7 IDE release, you can. With native Maven and Ant support, as well as full Kenai integration, plus enhanced support for languages like PHP, JavaFX, Javascript, Groovy, Grails, Ruby, and Ruby on Rails (just to name a few because, oh yes, there are a LOT more), this IDE is a one-stop-shop for web, enterprise, desktop, and mobile developers.

In this edition of Innovating@Sun, host Hal Stern, SVP Global Systems Engineering, and John Jullion-Ceccarelli, Sr. Engineering Manager for Netbeans, discuss this latest release of NetBeans and how it's connecting developers like no other IDE. Listen as they talk about:

  • loading features on demand
  • how Netbeans is enabling the role of release engineering
  • Hudson integration
  • Agile development methodology vs. waterfall methodology and how NetBeans is addressing their discrepancies

    Download the Netbeans 6.7 IDE here and give it a try. Peruse the Docs and Support section for resources on how to get started and visit the forums to give your feedback.



    Links
    NetBeans.org
    Project Kenai
    Transcript

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