Tuesday Apr 30, 2013

Everything on the NetBeans Platform

NetBeans Principal Product Manager Geertjan Wielenga describes a myriad of software tools and applications in his blog in fields as diverse as biology, security, airport management, data analysis, data modeling, radiology, home automation, retail, and equipment safety - all of them created on the Netbeans Platform: 
  • Alphalogic, an easy to use tool with high level integration, control and monitoring for engineering systems and security systems 
  • Platypus Application Designer, a tool to develop the structure of database applications, reusable SQL queries and client/server applications
  • Sypherlink Harvester, a tool collecting metadata, database statistics, sample data and more in relational and non-relational data sources
  • Total Airport Management (TAM) 
  • Summit Management Systems, an data acquisition and floor plant monitoring tools for assembly processes
  • Integrated Service Technology, a testing and analysis solution for integrated circuits 
  • DigiMed, a radiology software for hospitals in Mexico 
  • Ksenia, a security system configuration software 
  • Vimar, a home automation management software 
  • Phyloviz, a visualization software tool for Phylogenetics
  • Delcam Crispin, a footwear CAD/CAM software 
  • Autopsy, a digital forensics platform
  • Sristy Technologies, a software solutions to analyze seismic data, drilling, completion and reservoirs for the energy sector
  • HEIDE, a multiprocessor microcontroller platform 
  • SIEUFERD, a universal user interface for relational databases 
  • Polaris Slipstream, an extensive data modeling application designed for NASA Mission visualization
  • MammoControl DIANNA, a tools analyzing and transmitting managraphy images for the German Breast Cancer Screening Program 
  • IGS-Bio, a motion capture software application
  • Klinika Medical Assistant, a EMR software used in the Philipines 
  • A series of software from Satlantic, an ocean technology company 
  • Mongkie, an integrated network visualization platform for biological data 
  • 4Vending, a vending machine management solution 
  • Piraso, an open source debugger and analyzer tool 
  • SafetyMach, a European safety requirement software 
Check his blog for details on each project. 


New Java Champion: Linda van der Pal

Congratulations to the newest Java Champion, Linda van der Pal!

van der Pal has been a developer since 2002, visiting many conferences to gather and share knowledge. In 2006, she founded Duchess, a network for women interested in Java. She is now a member of the board of the Duchess Dutch chapter, along with Java Champion RĂ©gina ten Bruggencate, helping to organize several social and technical meeting a year. "We give a voice to women all over the world who work with Java technology," van der Pal explained.

To further the cause of getting more kids interested in coding, she also visits several schools a year to talk about being a programmer on behalf of VHTO, the Dutch organization for women in technology. She also helped organize Devoxx for Kids in the Netherlands.  

Follow Linda on Twitter @DuchessFounder.

The Java Champions are an exclusive group of passionate Java technology and community leaders who are community-nominated and selected under a project sponsored by Oracle. Java Champions get the opportunity to provide feedback, ideas, and direction that will help Oracle grow the Java Platform. Nominees are named and selected through a peer review process. (Current Oracle employees are not eligible.) Learn more at the Java Champions page on Java.net.

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