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Geertjan Wielenga08/03/14
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Your Favorite NetBeans Features!

Over many months, NetBeans users around the world have been sharing their five favorite NetBeans features via articles on DZone. Here are the highlights of the continuing list of contributions to the series, and find out how to share your favorite NetBeans features with the world!

Karsten Sitterberg11/25/14
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Karsten Sitterberg: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Versatility, performance, open source, and more! Karsten Sitterberg explains why NetBeans IDE is a great development tool.

Ken Fogel11/25/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: JavaFX and JDBC -- A Winning Combination

Regular NetBeans education columnist Ken Fogel, the Program Coordinator and Chairperson of the Computer Science Technology program at Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, discusses JDBC in the context of JavaFX.

Stefan Hütter11/14/14
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A New Proposal How to Reorganize the NetBeans Translation Project

This article describes a proposal for how to reorganize the new netbeans translation project and how to migrate the running project to the new project structure. The new project structure enables the following feature the old one does not support.

Igwe Kalu11/11/14
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Igwe Kalu: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

"I like that the IDE supports a wide range of languages, tools, and frameworks out of the box. The user interface is intuitive and easy to use. That also makes it very easy to learn with the IDE." Find out more from Igwe Kalu, from Istanbul, Turkey.

David Salter11/04/14
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NetBeans IDE 8 Cookbook

David Salter, co-author of the latest and great NetBeans cookbook, runs you through its main features and highlights!

Sivaprasadreddy...10/28/14
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Siva Prasad: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Maven, Java 8, Java EE, the "out of the box" support, and more! Siva Prasad shares his 5 favorite NetBeans features.

Geertjan Wielenga10/24/14
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Java, IoT, and NetBeans IDE in Australia

A few months ago, the Java 8 World Tour reached Australia, with Java evangelist Angela Caicedo visiting several JUGs and other organizations to demonstrate the latest Java features.

Taudo Wenzel10/17/14
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Taudo Wenzel: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

"Most devs I know do their Maven builds from the command line (using Eclipse as an IDE) because of unexpected Maven errors that only occur when building inside Eclipse." Taudo Wenzel, financial software engineer, explains how NetBeans helps with Maven, Mercurial, and many other features integrated out of the box into the IDE.

Jonas Felix10/16/14
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Jonas Felix: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Focusing on Cordova and the Ionic Framework, Jonas Felix describes the key features of NetBeans IDE that make him productive as a Java and JavaScript developer.

Ken Fogel10/15/14
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Ken Fogel: First Time Attending JavaOne

This was my first time attending JavaOne. I had three simple goals. The first was to clear up my confusion over some of the new features in Java 8...

Carl J. Mosca10/10/14
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Carl Mosca: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

"I use Subversion, Git, and Maven and I do a variety of work in Java and this stuff just works." Carl Mosca, an IT director for the U.S. Courts, discusses the top 5 reasons he uses NetBeans IDE.

Max Calderoni10/07/14
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Max Calderoni: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Maven tools, the NetBeans debugger, and more! Max Calderoni from VMware discusses his 5 favorite NetBeans features! What are yours? Share them with the NetBeans community!

Geertjan Wielenga10/07/14
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Reflections on JavaOne 2014 by the NetBeans Community

NetBeans Day 2014 was even more spectacular than in previous years. Demo-driven lightning talks on key features, in particular the native integration of Maven, to packed out rooms, defined the day, with a lot of chatter in the corridors in between the sessions.

Mike Kelly09/27/14
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Starting a JUG on Uncle Sam’s Turf

Starting a JUG on a Navy base comes with its own set of unique challenges. Learn about the issues involved and a JavaOne session dedicated to them.