Back from Prague after visiting Netbeans

Last week I was in Prague meeting with Netbeans Architects, Lead Engineers and Evangelists to discuss about next release of Visual Web Pack for Netbeans 6.

Prague Visit Nov 2006

Lots of hectic but very fruitful and productive meetings. I get to visit several local restaurant along with fellow Engineers sampling local delicacies.

Also, attended the Netbeans 5.5 release party at the club called Blues Rock Club. Enjoyed the party (lots of food, free flow of Beer, music and all the dancing) except for the smoking inside the club which I haven't experienced in the California clubs.

Comments:

Hi Winston, Java Studio Creator 2 U1 will be discontinued, or ther will be new release? terry

Posted by guest on November 06, 2006 at 04:51 PM PST #

As of now, there is no plan to discontinue Creator. But the plan is to merge the best of both worlds, Netbeans and Creator, so that most of the work can be done at a single place rather than doing IDE hopping to do certain tasks such as advanced Java EE 5 features like JPA and EJB3 or UML.

Posted by Winston Prakash on November 06, 2006 at 11:02 PM PST #

Hi Winston, i am curious about the future direction of Creator as an IDE tool. With the release of the Visual Web pack for Netbeans, i am really curious on what is the future direction of Creator.

Posted by Raymond on November 09, 2006 at 04:03 PM PST #

Hello Winston, Iam curious as to the direction Creator will take because of the emergence of the visual web pack. But since you implied that each will stand on it's own as software solutions then Iam not as worried as before. I actually thought you guys at sun were gonna drop Creator for some reason!

Posted by nmatrix9 on November 19, 2006 at 08:52 AM PST #

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