NetBeans Podcast Episode #39
By Roman Strobl on I 16, 2008
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)
- 0:00 Sun to aquire MySQL AB.
- 3:08 NetBeans IDE wins three product of the year awards from Developper.com.
- 4:26 Upcoming support for the Spring framework and some discussion of Java EE 5 and Java EE 6.
- 8:25 Also, NetBeans 6.1 Milestone 1 preview: background plugin downloading, SIP support, and WebSphere support, etc.
- 9:59 Upcoming PHP support
- 10:36 Are the 6.1 daily builds stable enough to use yet?
- 12:20 Javadoc code completion - check out the blog entry from Geertjan
- 13:48 Upcoming changes in the visual web development features
- 14:30 JasperSoft iReport Webinar on January 23. Will include a demo of their new NetBeans plugin. Register here.
- 16:04 Using NetBeans developer collaboration behind a firewall
- 17:26 More and more Ruby developers discovering the NetBeans IDE. Tor recently put together a new list:
- 19:11 Plug-in of the podcast: Beanmill Logging Viewer
- 20:07 NetBeans RCP application of the podcast: OpenCoeli
21:23 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 3, 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 Russ McDermott, shown here with his copy
of Rich Client Programming.
Podcast feedback to: roman dot strobl at sun dot com.
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