NetBeans Podcast no.4

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Here comes the fourth NetBeans podcast. I bought a new microphone so I hope the quality has improved - if not I can switch back to the original one. Let me know which sound you prefer.

NetBeans Podcast no.4 (11 min 37 sec, size: 11.2 MB)

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Update: I played with RMS normalization so the audio should sound a bit more professional now. I wonder if I can use the filters to remove the breathing sounds...

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Comments ( 10 )
  • Daniel Mendes Sunday, January 22, 2006
    Thank's for the Anwsers :)
  • Roumen Monday, January 23, 2006
    No prob. Keep the questions comming ;)
  • David Monday, January 23, 2006
    Thanks for another great podcast! I realy enjoyed and look forward to the next one.
  • Roumen Monday, January 23, 2006
    I'm glad you liked it!
  • José Luis Granda Wednesday, January 25, 2006
    Know you, wath about Netbeans and Latam?
    thank's for you request.
  • Roumen Wednesday, January 25, 2006
    I do not know about Latam... what is it?
  • José Luis Granda Wednesday, January 25, 2006
    latam = Latin America
    How I can be a Netbeans evangelist?
  • Roumen Thursday, January 26, 2006
    I see... well there are many ways to help us, see the contributing to NetBeans page. To evangelize NetBeans, talk about NetBeans, blog about NetBeans, you can produce flash demos, write tutorials, articles, participate on forums and mailing lists - there are many ways. It depends on you how much time & energy you want to put into it.
  • Shreedhar Thursday, January 26, 2006
    Hi Roumen

    Why is JMX module a separate download, should it not be part of the default file types in NB. For instance, File--> New File--> could offer to create a JMX MBean class, instead of user having to download a module.

    I am sure there are many many developers using JMX.



  • Roumen Thursday, January 26, 2006
    Hi, I don't know, but I guess it's because if we had all the plug-ins available for NetBeans inside of the standard installation of NetBeans, it would grow too much in download size, memory requirements, etc. So we need to choose which plug-ins to include by default and which not. Are you sure "many many" developers use JMX? I haven't heard anyone from community asking if we can put the module into the standard distribution yet - there are better adepts for modules to get into standard NetBeans like the task list. But I'm not the one who decides about such things ;)
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