Wednesday Feb 06, 2008

NetBeans tooling for Eclipse developers?

Who would have thought that NetBeans will be building tooling for the Eclipse developer community? Runtime tooling that is. I'll explain shortly. The two communities have been engaged in a healthy competition for the hearts and minds of developers at large, however the focus has been the "design time". One could consider one of the new NetBeans projects as a play for a much broader audience, including developers that are still using Vi/Emacs for their development and are not currently using an IDE.
 

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Wednesday Jan 02, 2008

Popularity of NetBeans is reflected in the demand for jobs with relevant skills

One way to gage success of product or technology is to look at the job trends that call for relevant skills. Honza recently pointed me to this site, that helps professionals search for jobs. I was pleasantly surprised to see the recent surge of jobs that call for NetBeans. I suspect that the industry has realized by now that NetBeans the best IDE for Ruby, Web Services and Swing application development.

 

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