Thursday Oct 01, 2009

Java at Oracle Open World

Oracle Open World is approaching fast and the Java team is signed up to present a few sessions and give a few demos. There are a few new highlights since Java One (June '09). First of all the Java Store, while still in beta, is completely redesigned. Second the Authoring Tool for JavaFX seems to be ready for the Early Access program. You'll also see JavaFX on a few handheld devices, also on a TV.

If you end up attending the Oracle Develop portion of the conference, I highly recommend the "Intro to JavaFX ..." session by Richard Bair and Stuart Marks. You'll get to meet the cool folks that are building this extension of the platform, get some details on the upcoming release of the platform, the obligatory demos, etc.

Monday Dec 03, 2007

It used to be a Java IDE

NetBeans started as a Java IDE, one of the first open source projects at Sun. It was long time ago ('99). Since then, it has evolved rapidly, especially in the last couple of years and became more than an IDE. It is also a platform. In addition , NetBeans has become a delivery vehicle for cool technologies from Sun and the Open Source (e.g. JRuby, GlassFish, Tomcat). Some people may argue that, lately, NetBeans has become choice IDE for Ruby developers. How about the support for C/C++ and UML? It is all there.

 

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