NetBeans Podcast 69
By TinuA on May 27, 2014
Podcast Guests: Terrence Barr, Simon Ritter, Jaroslav Tulach (It's an all-Oracle lineup!)
NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu
- If you missed the first two Java Virtual Developer Day events in early May, there's still one more LIVE training left on May 28th.
- Video: Get started with Vaadin development using NetBeans IDE
- NetBeans IDE was at JavaCro 2014 and at Hippo Get-together 2014
- Another great lineup is in the works for NetBeans Day at JavaOne 2014. More details coming soon!
- NetBeans' Facebook page is almost at 40,000 Likes! Help us crack that milestone in the next few weeks! Other great ways to stay updated about NetBeans? Twitter and Google+.
09:28 / Terrence Barr - What to Know about Java Embedded
Terrence Barr, a Senior Technologist and Principal Product Manager for Embedded and Mobile technologies at Oracle, discusses new features of the Java SE Embedded and Java ME Embedded platforms, and sheds some light on the differences between them and what they have to offer to developers.
- Learn more about Java SE Embedded
- Learn more about Java ME Embedded
- Video: NetBeans IDE Support for Java ME 8
- Video: Installing and Using Java ME SDK 8.0 Plugins in NetBeans IDE
- Follow Terrence Barr to keep up with news in the Embedded space: Blog and Twitter
26:02 / Simon Ritter - A Massive Serving of Raspberry Pi
Oracle's Raspberry Pi virtual course is back by popular demand! Simon Ritter, the head of Oracle's Java Technology Evangelism team, chats about the second run of the free Java Embedded course (starting May 30th), what participants can expect to learn, NetBeans' support for Java ME development, and other Java trainings coming to a desktop, laptop or user group near you.
- Sign up for the Oracle MOOC: Develop Java Embedded Applications Using Raspberry Pi
- Find out when Simon Ritter and the Java Evangelism team are coming to a Java event or JUG in your area--follow them on Twitter:
36:58 / Jaroslav Tulach - A Perfect Translation
Jaroslav Tulach returns to the NetBeans podcast with tales about the Japanese translation of the Practical API Design book, which he contends surpasses all previous translations, including the English edition!
- Order "Practical API Design" (Japanese Version)
- Find out why the Japanese translation is the best edition yet