NetBeans Podcast Episode #30

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Episode #30 of NetBeans podcast is here:

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


  • 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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Comments ( 4 )
  • Geertjan Tuesday, June 19, 2007
    Can I donate a copy of "Rich Client Programming: Plugging into the NetBeans Platform" as a future NetBeans Puzzler prize?
  • Roumen Tuesday, June 19, 2007
  • autooo Tuesday, June 19, 2007
  • John Clingan Monday, June 25, 2007

    Thanks for the GlassFish mention in the podcast! I have a couple of comments.

    First, GlassFish does not replace the "Sun Java System Application Server" naming. GlassFish is he open source community building the Java EE 5 reference implementation. Sun then brands and supports those bits as the Sun Java System Application Server. The currently supported product, based on GlassFish V1, is the "Sun Java System Application Server 9.0 Platform Edition."

    Second, you were wondering when GlassFish V2 will be released. GlassFish V2 is schedule to be released on September 17th, 2007. Sun will support GlassFish V2 as the "Sun Java System Application Server 9.1".

    Hope this helps and thanks again for the plug.

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