Pátek VI 06, 2008

NetBeans Podcast Episode #43

NetBeans podcast is back:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #43 (45 min, size: 46.5 MB)


 

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Pondělí III 31, 2008

NetBeans Podcast Episode #42

More contests, more features, more conferences... It's time for:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #42 (34 min 50 sec, size: 33.5 MB)

  • 0:00 The NetBeans IDE 6.1 Beta is available! And there is a Blogging Contest. Everyone blog, blog, blog!!! :-) There have already been several blogs written that talk about the enhancements in 6.1.
  • 3:03 NetBeans Day at CommunityOne. It's free - register here. Lots of fun, like in the past, and just like last year, featuring a live podcast recording by the JavaPosse.
  • 5:27 The very latest on Groovy support in NetBeans, this time from Matthias Schmidt.
  • 7:15 Another set of patches released on March 20 for NetBeans 6.0 and 6.0.1 .
  • 12:06 New shared libraries feature in NetBeans 6.1. Blog entries on the topic from Allan Lykke Christensen and Adam Myatt.
  • 14:28 Using NetBeans for HTML editing. Includes a mention of the Favorites window.
  • 18:07 Conference reports: EclipseCon, Euroko, and SD West. With a divergence into how Ruby users feel about Java. :-)
  • 28:39 Module of the podcast: Remove those unnecessary bindings!
  • 30:18 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, April 20, 2008 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember, the questions might be getting harder, but the prizes are getting better. So send in entry! You might win a prize like Andrea Matsunaga, shown here with her NetBeans USB drive.

 

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Středa III 05, 2008

NetBeans Podcast Episode #41

JavaScript productivity tools are here! Learn about them in:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #41 (29 min 58 sec, size: 28.8 MB)

 

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Středa II 06, 2008

NetBeans Podcast Episode #40

NetBeans podcast this time with a celebrity appearance of Judith Lilienfeld, director of tools evangelism at Sun:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #40 (28 min 25 sec, size: 27.2 MB)

  • 0:00 NetBeans Innovators Grant Program!
  • 5:54 Check out the NetBeans Community Documentation program, coordinated by James Branham and Amit Kumar Saha. Recent milestone: over 100 contributions. Also, check out an interesting idea from Amit and Varun Nischal.
  • 8:52 NetBeans 6.1 Milestone 1 now available. Schedule for 6.1 milestones/betas is here.
  • 11:52 A new Webinar that demonstrates the JasperSoft iReport plugin.
  • 14:30 Recap of NetBeans event in Second Life. Transcript here.
  • 16:45 Investigating: Better JavaScript support.
  • 19:24 Guest appearance: Judith Lilienfeld, Director of Java Tools Evangelism at Sun Microsystems. In addition to the NetBeans Innovators Grant program, there will be a blogging contest. Stay tuned - details will be announced soon.
  • 20:19 NetBeans RCP application of the podcast: CitraFX.
  • 21:00 Plugin of the podcast: Assembly Language support.
  • 21:40 The NetBeans Puzzler: If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, February 24, 2008 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember, the questions might be getting harder, but the prizes are getting better. So send in entry! You might win a prize like Georg Schmid, shown here with his NetBeans USB drive.

 

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Středa I 16, 2008

NetBeans Podcast Episode #39

Lots of things are happening in NetBeans land, to get your overview tune in to the latest episode of NetBeans podcast:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #39 (27 min 44 sec, size: 31.5 MB)

 

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Čtvrtek XII 20, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #38

NetBeans 6.0 has been released... but we already know what are the plans for 6.1! Tune in to the latest episode of NetBeans podcast:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #38 (36 min 15 sec, size: 34.8 MB)

  • 0:00 NetBeans 6.0 has been shipped! Check out some interesting reviews/blogs:
  • 2:03 JasperSoft announces support for NetBeans. A beta release of their iReport plugin is available. Watch screencast videos of it here.
  • 4:17 The first patch for NetBeans 6.0 is available. Find out more.
  • 6:15 Plans are being made for NetBeans 6.1
  • 9:00 Looking out to the future:
  • 10:51 Screencasts - lots of them. Roumen has his latest on Javalobby. Gregg and Tor have some out on the new 6.0 video tour page. View more 6.0 screencasts here.
  • 14:58 Road trip reports: Austin, Houston, Berlin, Dubai, Cairo, Bulgaria, and Frankfurt.
  • 22:51 NetBeans Magazine issue #4 is now available (also available as a .pdf file). Several good articles, as usual.
  • 24:17 Groovy and Grails support is being added. Read more in a blog entry from Martin Adamek. There is also a wiki page.
  • 26:24 NetBeans experts chat session transcript has been posted.
  • 28:03 The module of the podcast is Add Property
  • 29:21 NetBeans Puzzler: If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, January 13, 2008 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. Recent winner Ryan de Laplante sent in a photo of himself with his prize, a copy of the fantastic book: Rich Client Programming.

 

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Pátek XI 02, 2007

NetBeans podcast episode #37

Ever wondered what is the NetCAT community doing? Tune in to the latest episode of NetBeans podcast with an interview with Jiri Kovalsky, NetBeans technical community manager:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #37 (28 min 37 sec, size: 27.5 MB)

  • 0:00 Ahoj!
  • 1:00 Corrections to podcast #36....
  • 2:03 Jiri's introduction and a description of NetCat
  • 3:46 What is a Technical Community Manager?
  • 4:57 What are the most important changes that have occurred for NetBeans contributors?
  • 7:38 How are NetCat participants chosen?
  • 9:49 How many NetCat 6.0 participants are there?
  • 10:16 How many NetCat participants were there for past releases?
  • 11:07 What do NetCat participants actually do and what do they get out of it? Do the bugs they report get special treatment?
  • 14:46 Has NetCat changed over the years?
  • 16:45 What is the NetCat survey? (Check out the preview)
  • 17:39 What has been the most important feedback we have gotten from NetCat 6.0?
  • 20:21 How does the quality look for NetBeans IDE 6.0?
  • 22:03 Future plans for NetCat?
  • 23:47 Participate! :-)
  • 24:26 NetBeans Puzzler: If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, November 18, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. Recent winner Hayden Jones sent in a photo of his son Wesley holding his prize: a 1GB NetBeans USB drive. :-)

 

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Středa X 10, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #36

Tune in to:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #36 (25 min 57 sec, size: 15.6 MB)

 

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Pondělí IX 17, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #35

NetBeans 6 beta1 is out and we have it covered in the last episode of NetBeans podcast:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #35 (30 min 37 sec, size: 18.3 MB)

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Úterý VIII 28, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #34

Here we go again:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #34 (32 min 40 sec, size: 19.6 MB)

  • 0:00 Recap of Roman's trip to Denmark
  • 4:05 NetCAT call for participation
  • 6:30 Bloggers talking about how the NetBeans IDE has improved their productivity for developing Java web applications and for Rails applications
  • 9:06 Code for Freedom contest for students in India
  • 11:36 NetBeans TV has launched!
  • 14:01 Profile of a NetBeans Dream Team member: Wade Chandler
  • 16:08 NetBeans Visual Web Pack ideas
  • 17:59 Tutorial on using SQE
  • 20:08 GlassFish is the fastest open source application server.
  • 22:45 Reasons for using the NetBeans Mobility Pack
  • 23:32 New article on current books about NetBeans
  • 24:20 Module of the podcast: Perspectives
  • 28:27 The NetBeans Puzzler: If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, September 9, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. :-) Check out this photo of winner Daniel Rhoden and his son Aidan holding up a new NetBeans USB drive:
  • Daniel and Aidan with NetBeans USB drive.
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Pátek VIII 10, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #33

Tune in for the latest doze of NetBeans-related news:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #33 (29 min 06 sec, size: 17.5 MB)

  • 0:00 Roman and Gregg chatting about their summer activities, passports, and visas. :-)
  • 3:05 The latest nightly builds and status of the 6.0 beta release.
  • 6:22 Some interesting extensions of the NetBeans platform: Instant JChem and Boeing. Also, Geertjan has a blog entry with more details on Instant JChem.
  • 9:12 Excitement in the community about NetBeans Ruby support. A recent episode of the DrunkAndRetired podcast includes a review.
  • 11:13 After you listen to our interview with Tor, check out this written interview that Geertjan did with him.
  • 12:08 A podcast about Jarvis.
  • 13:58 Some very well written tutorials that were published recently: Installing the FindBugs plugin, building the JRuby source with the NetBeans IDE, and building the JEdit source with the NetBeans IDE. The second two include excellent information on setting up freeform projects in the NetBeans IDE.
  • 19:54 A nasty bug in the JDK affects NetBeans performance on Windows. Adam Bien has a blog entry on the topic.
  • 22:18 Modules of the Podcast: Open Laszlo support and Echo2 support
  • 23:45 NetBeans Puzzler: If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, August 26, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. :-)
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Sobota VII 21, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #32 - Interview With Tor Norbye

We interviewed Tor Norbye about his work on the Ruby support in NetBeans:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #32 (38 min 46 sec, size: 23.3 MB)

Shownotes:

  • 0:00 Introduction and Tor's podcasting, he's also a podcaster at the Javaposse
  • 2:30 What Tor has worked on at Sun: Java Studio Creator, Project Semplice, and the Ruby tools
  • 5:00 Overview of Ruby features in the NetBeans IDE
  • 7:25 Debugging Ruby
  • 9:50 Rails support
  • 10:51 Switching between Ruby implementations
  • 11:49 Implementation of the type inference and code completion logic
  • 17:10 Implementation of refactoring features
  • 18:54 Features Tor wants to implement next
  • 21:33 Community feedback
  • 23:17 Why should Java developers look at Ruby?
  • 26:38 Other Ruby development tools
  • 29:49 A version of NetBeans IDE that just has Ruby support? Check out this page on deadlock
  • 32:16 Opportunities for contributors and cool features; check out the wiki page.
  • 34:55 Support for other dynamic languages. Erlang IDE based on Tor's code.
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Sobota VII 07, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #31

Last milestone of NetBeans 6.0 has been released so tune in to find out what's new and exciting about it:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #31 (30 min 30 sec, size: 18.3 MB)

Shownotes:

  • 0:00 NetBeans IDE Milestone 10 has been released! Check out the list of new features.
  • 16:21 NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 now available in Spanish and German
  • 17:35 Roman's report from the Cologne JUG shootout
  • 20:58 A chapter of the new NetBeans platform book has been posted
  • 24:03 New Flash demo available: extending OpenOffice with NetBeans
  • 24:49 Module of the podcast: Code coverage
  • 25:23 NetBeans Puzzler: If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, July 22, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. :-) Check out this photo of winner Mario Perez Madueno holding his new t-shirt while wearing an older t-shirt:
  • Mario with his new shirt.
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Úterý VI 19, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #30

Episode #30 of NetBeans podcast is here:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #30 (25 min 44 sec, size: 15.4 MB)

Shownotes:

  • 0:00 Macrovision tutorial on using the NetBeans GUI Builder.
  • 2:10 NetBeans IDE BlueJ Edition has been updated
  • 6:16 Comprehensive GlassFish document
  • 11:15 Upcoming Events: NetBeans Day Zurich (register here) and Jazoon
  • 14:52 Module of the Podcast: OpenOffice plugin for NetBeans
  • 17:08 NetBeans Puzzler: If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, July 1, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. :-) Check out this photo of recent winner Bob Tai with his prize: 
  • Bob Tai holding a copy of the book he won.
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Pondělí V 28, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #29

 
Are you wondering what's new in NetBeans 5.5.1? Whether it is better to use Glassfish v1 or v2? Or what's new in the NetBeans world in general? Listen to the 29th episode of NetBeans podcast:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #29 (29 min 57 sec, size: 21.6 MB)

Shownotes:

  • 0:00 Roumen's web log entry concerning the bet between David Berlind and Tim Bray.
  • 3:30 NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 has been released! Download it here.
  • 8:43 NetBeans Magazine issue #3. For additional information, check out this interview with the editor, Leonardo Galvão.
  • 13:58 Tips from Alexis for demoing GlassFish
  • 18:40 NetBeans projects have been added to the OpenJDK sources; there is a tutorial available.
  • 21:09 Module of the Podcast: Geertjan's in-progress Groovy support
  • 23:08 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the prize winner on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, June 10, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. :-)
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Pondělí V 14, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #28



Back home from Java One, seriously jetlagged by ready for the new episode, this time a bit longer than usual thanks to Java One and NetBeans day in San Francisco:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #28 (56 min 22 sec, size: 40.5 MB)

Shownotes:
  • 0:00 NetBeans 6.0 Preview (Milestone 9) is now available. Check out the list of new features. Watch Schwartz and Green at NB day.
  • 14:40 NetBeans Day San Francisco: read the article, Gregg's blog entry, and Roumen's blog entry. See dog training with NetBeans.
  • 29:40 Some of the things we saw or heard at Java One:
  • 49:08 Module of the podcast: GWT4NB. They also have a flash demo.
  • 50:25 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the winner of the T-Shirt on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, May 27, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places. And remember: the Puzzler questions are getting harder - but the prizes are getting better. :-)
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Úterý IV 17, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #27 - Interview with Adam Myatt



Me and Gregg interviewed Adam Myatt of General Electric about his new NetBeans book, his favorite features in NetBeans, future of Java and other interesting topics.

NetBeans Podcast Episode #27 (34 min 19 sec, size: 24.7 MB)

Shownotes:
  • 0:00 Interview with Adam Myatt. Some links of interest:
  • 29:00 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the winner of the T-Shirt on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, April 29, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places.
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P.S. The podcast song is about a feeling people get when they switch to NetBeans and it solves their troubles :)

What's this? What's this?
There's something very wrong
What's this?
There's people singing songs

What's this?
The streets are lined with
Little creatures laughing
Everybody seems so happy
Have I possibly gone daffy?
What is this?
What's this?

There's children throwing snowballs
Instead of throwing heads
They're busy building toys
And absolutely no one's dead

There's frost on every window
Oh, I can't believe my eyes
And in my bones I feel the warmth
That's coming from inside

Čtvrtek III 29, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #26



Back from the road to record another episode of NetBeans podcast...

NetBeans Podcast Episode #26 (26 min 38 sec, size: 19.1 MB)

Shownotes:
  • 0:00 Why no podcasts recently? We have been on the road....
  • 2:47 NetBeans 6.0, Milestone 8 - see the list of features
  • 10:30 NetBeans IDE and Enterprise Pack 5.5.1 Beta releases are available. Provides compatiblity with the latest from GlassFish and Open ESB.
  • 15:28 The NetBeans IDE won a Jolt Award! Information on additional awards here. Product reviews are here.
  • 16:51 Sun Web Developer Pack has been released. Some interesting comments from the Ajaxian web site.
  • 20:12 Module of the Podcast: DWR support from Chuk Munn Lee.
  • 21:33 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the winner of the T-Shirt on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, April 8, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places.
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Pondělí II 26, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #25



Regular doze of NetBeans news for Java addicts is here:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #25 (31 min 16 sec, size: 22.5 MB)

Shownotes:
  • 0:00 NetBeans 6.0 Milestone 7 has been released! Check out the new features. One new feature is automatic reporting of exceptions - check out how they respond to those over at Microsoft. :-)
  • 8:31 New install program in the works for NetBeans 6.0. Feedback can be sent to users@nbi.netbeans.org.
  • 12:30 JRuby support now available. Also, check out Project Schliemann.
  • 18:17 NetBeans UML support Beta 3 is now available from the Beta Update Center. Also, please fill out the UML team's survey.
  • 21:17 Create a video about your Java ME application and maybe win a prize.
  • 22:27 Interested in the NetBeans Enterprise Pack? We are looking for NetCat participants for the upcoming 5.5.1 Enterprise Pack release. More information on what is coming in the 5.5.1 release here.
  • 24:37 Module of the Podcast: vi support.
  • 27:09 Plugin Portal. Stay tuned for more news soon.
  • 27:41 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the winner of the T-Shirt on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, March 11, 2007 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places.
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Středa II 14, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #24 - Interview with Geertjan Wielenga about NetBeans Platform



I interviewed Geertjan Wielenga for the 24th episode of NetBeans podcast. It was both fun and very informative. Enjoy!

NetBeans Podcast Episode #24 (29 min 51 sec, size: 21.5 MB)

Links:
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Pondělí I 29, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #23



Gregg survived the ice storm in Texas and I survived two hurricanes in Europe so we could Skype ourselves today again and record 23rd episode of NetBeans podcast:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #23 (28 min 28 sec, size: 20.5 MB)

Shownotes:
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Čtvrtek I 18, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #22 - Seam Framework



Episode #22 is special because it is all about one framework: Seam. I was joined by Brian Leonard to discuss the advantages of using this framework, how does it fit with the rest of Java EE, what kinds of problems it solves, if it's ready for commercial use and so forth.

NetBeans Podcast Episode #22 (27 min 28 sec, size: 19.7 MB)

Links:
Unfortunately I can't find the picture with ice fountain in Las Vegas...

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Úterý I 02, 2007

NetBeans Podcast Episode #21



NetBeans Podcast episode #21 is out there in the world wild web:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #21 (28 min 27 sec, size: 20.4 MB)

Shownotes:
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Úterý XII 05, 2006

NetBeans Podcast Episode #20



New episode of NetBeans podcast is available:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #20 (20 min 56 sec, size: 20.1 MB)

Shownotes:
  • 0:00 NetBeans IDE 6.0 Milestone 5 is available (choose "Q-Build" for Build Type)! Vincent Brabant has done a Flash demo
  • 4:50 Bruno Souza is our new NetBeans community manager
  • 7:42 Take a survey on the NetBeans IDE 5.5 Welcome screen
  • 8:58 Roman on the road: Greece and Sardinia
  • 13:40 Webinar on the NetBeans Visual Web Pack
  • 15:03 Module of the podcast: Plethora. Geertjan blogs about it here
  • 16:40 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the winner of the T-Shirt on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, December 17, 2006 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places.
Podcast feedback to: roman dot strobl at sun dot com.

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Čtvrtek XI 30, 2006

NetBeans Podcast #19 - Interview with Bruno Souza



I have some VERY GOOD news for the NetBeans community. Sun has hired a new community manager to work with NetBeans community and help grow it and make it even more sucessful. I am very excited that the new community manager is a man I don't think I have to introduce - it is noone else than Bruno Souza. Bruno is the chairman of SOUJava which is the probably the largest Java User Group on Earth with more than 18.000 members. Bruno has been evangelizing Java since 1995 and he's the famous guy with a Brazilian flag you might have met at Java One. Bruno accepted earlier this month to join Sun as a community manager.


Bruno with Juggy, the mascot of Java User Groups

Bruno will in his new position mainly work with NetBeans community, he will also contribute to the OpenSolaris community. He will also keep working with Java User Groups and in his new position he will have more opportunities to travel and talk to JUG leaders (you can meet both Bruno and me at Javapolis).

I interviewed Bruno in the beginning of November, we had to wait with publishing the interview till he becomes an official Sun employee. The interview was done before the open source java announcement, so some things are different today (e.g. Duke is no longer closed source!).

NetBeans podcast #19 - Interview with Bruno Souza (21.6 MB, 30:03 min)

Links:
- JUGs listing
- Juggy
- Open Source Duke
- Open JDK
- Software wars

Bruno's contact: bruno dot souza at javaman dot com dot br. His Sun e-mail address will work soon ;)

Btw, Bruno has just blogged about his new job at Sun.

Pondělí XI 20, 2006

NetBeans Podcast Episode #18



Java has been (partially) opensouced and there's a lot of things happening in the NetBeans land, as usual. So me and Gregg skyped and discussed all the news:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #18 (29 min 40 sec, size: 21.3 MB)

Shownotes:
  • 0:00 Java is now open source. Build it with NetBeans.
  • 4:50 Top rated IDE in LinuxFormat magazine in the UK.
  • 6:08 NetBeans Magazine #2
  • 8:30 JavaOne call for papers. Get those ideas in now!
  • 10:46 NetBeans Dream Team. Get those nominations in now!
  • 13:20 Interview with Pavel Buzek on TheServerSide.
  • 15:32 Module of the Podcast: Tapestry support
  • 18:10 NetBeans World Tour Updates: NetBeans Day Seoul/Sun Tech Days/SDAC and NetBeans Day Prague/Sun Tech Days
  • 24:43 NetBeans Puzzler. If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the winner of the T-Shirt on the next podcast - so send in an entry! Disclaimer: The deadline for this podcast's puzzler entries is Sunday, December 3, 2006 at 11:59 PM Greenwich Mean Time. If more than one correct entry is received then Gregg will draw one winner at random. Sun employees are not eligible, void where prohibited by law, and we cannot send mail to restricted places.
Podcast feedback to: roman dot strobl at sun dot com.

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Pondělí XI 06, 2006

NetBeans Podcast #17



NetBeans 5.5 is out and the evangelists gathered in Prague to discuss and drink beer. We tried to create our first group podcast - with 5 NetBeans evangelists. Here's the result:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #17 (21 min 53 sec, size: 15.8 MB)

Shownotes:
Podcast feedback to: roman dot strobl at sun dot com.

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Pátek X 06, 2006

NetBeans Podcast Episode #16



Happy 8th birthday, NetBeans! Or is it the 10th birthday? Find out in new episode of the NetBeans podcast:

NetBeans Podcast Episode #16 (21 min 30 sec, size: 15.5 MB)

Shownotes:
Podcast feedback to: roman dot strobl at sun dot com.

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P.S. The outro music is dedicated to Ed Burnette.

Úterý IX 26, 2006

NetBeans Podcast Episode no.15



So when will the new Visual Web Pack be available? You can find out in this episode of NetBeans podcast, among other NetBeans-related news.

NetBeans Podcast Episode no. 15 (20 min 34 sec, size: 14.8 MB)

Shownotes:
Other podcast feedback to: roman dot strobl at sun dot com.

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Pondělí IX 11, 2006

NetBeans Podcast Episode no.14



Another dose of news about NetBeans is here...

NetBeans Podcast Episode no.14 (22 min 34 sec, size: 16.3 MB)

Shownotes:
  • 0:00 Roman's report from Turkey: A customer surprised that NetBeans is much faster on today's hardware compared to NetBeans 3.x running on the hardware available at that time
  • 1:46 Gregg discusses the new bundle of NetBeans with JBoss
          - JBoss Bundle
  • 5:59 Ruth Kusterer prepared an extensive list of NetBeans hacks
          - NetBeans Hacks
  • 7:27 The story behind articles about NetBeans in Spanish
          - Articles en Espanol
  • 9:53 Sun hired two main JRuby developers
          - Related article on internetnews.com
          - See also Tor's blog entry on the topic
  • 11:05 Don't like mailing lists?
          - Use Nabble instead for tracking the NetBeans mailing lists (nbusers, etc.)
  • 13:31 Module of the week
          - Ant explorer from yWorks
  • 14:52 NetBeans Puzzler
          - Winner for the previous podcast will be announced in a comment on this blog entry.
  • 19:17 New NetBeans Platform book in the works
          - Geertjan's first chapter of the new platform book
  • 20:05 NetBeans won an award
          - JDJ Editor's Choice award for the NetBeans IDE
  • 20:52 Upcoming events for Gregg and Roumen: JavaZone, New Czech Republic Java User Group, NetBeans Day in Argentina
If you think you know the answer to the new NetBeans Puzzler, send an email to gregg dot sporar at sun dot com. Put "NetBeans Puzzler" in the subject line. We will announce the winner of the T-Shirt on the next podcast.

Feedback to: roman dot strobl at sun dot com.

To subscribe via iTunes or similar players, visit http://feeds.feedburner.com/netbeanspod.
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