By Geertjan-Oracle on Nov 25, 2014
Podcast Guests: Mark Stephens, Sylwia Kędzia, Nilay Yener, Emily Hall, Bruno Souza, Luke Mayell, and Adam Bien.
"We did so many interviews for the NetBeans podcast during JavaOne, that we had to break it into two parts," announces Mark Stephens (@JavaPDF) in the NetBeans podcast opening chat. Just like with the last podcast, podcast 71, Mark's team at IDR Solutions and NetBeans community members from EPIK (Encouraging Programming in Kids) have driven the content, from selection of topics and interview subjects, to the interviews they did with a bunch of interesting people in the NetBeans community at JavaOne.
And, just like last time, we call on everyone to get their mobile phones out and record some interviews with fellow NetBeans enthusiasts! Do you and your friends or colleagues want to take over a future edition of the NetBeans podcast? Do you have a NetBeans related story to tell? Are you using NetBeans in a novel or unusual way? Write to nbpodcast at netbeans dot org and get involved!
Sylwia Kędzia from IDR Solutions chats with Nilay Yener. Nilay is co-organizer of GDG Istanbul and GDG Women Istanbul conferences. She has been one of the key organizers of big events in Turkey, such as DevFest and DevFest Women Istanbul. She's been working for Eteration for 5 years. Sylwia interviews Nilay about conferences she organizes, about how she started her programming career, and why she uses NetBeans IDE in her daily development tasks.
Free registration at DevFest Istanbul: http://devfesttr.com/
Emily Hall from EPIK chats with Bruno Souza (@brjavaman). Bruno is a Brazilian Java programmer and open source software advocate. He was President of SouJava, a Brazilian Java User Group he helped establish which became one of the world's largest. More on Bruno in Wikipedia! What does Bruno think about NetBeans, what's the role that NetBeans plays in the open source community? Why is NetBeans important? These and other questions are discussed during this interview.
Luke Mayell (@_moonlapse) from EPIK gets to know Adam Bien (@AdamBien), asking him how he started to use NetBeans, what he likes about it, and what could be even better! Consultant and author Adam Bien is an Expert Group member for the Java EE 6 and 7, EJB 3.X, JAX-RS, and JPA 2.X JSRs. He has worked with Java technology since JDK 1.0 and with Servlets/EJB 1.0 and is now an architect and developer for Java SE and Java EE projects.*Have ideas for NetBeans Podcast topics? Send them to ">">">">nbpodcast at netbeans dot org.
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