NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #607 - Sept 30, 2013)
Project NewsIs NetBeans IDE 7.4 Ready for Release?
If you have already downloaded and tested the latest Release Candidate build, we would like to know what you think about it! Take the NetBeans IDE 7.4 Community Acceptance Survey and tell us about your experience. The survey will be opened until October 6th.James Gosling: NetBeans Community Success Story
James Gosling, father of Java and chief software architect at Liquid Robotics, is the newest addition to the NetBeans Community Success Stories page. Does your organization want to be listed too? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know!Plugin: Vaadin
During NetBeans Day, Vaadin tied the knot when Sami from the Vaadin team launched the official Vaadin plugin for NetBeans. Try it today!
CommunityNetBeans Community Awards 2013
Congratulations to John Yeary and Benno Markiewicz for being the recipients of this year's NetBeans community awards. Watch the YouTube video of the small ceremony.Duke's Choice Awards 2013
Four NetBeans Platform projects are among this year's Duke's Choice Award winners! Congratulations to Ayman, Sean, Zoran, and Guillaume for their great work with Java, NetBeans IDE, and the NetBeans Platform.Cay Horstmann: JavaOne Trip Report
Shai from the Codename One team, one of the speakers at NetBeans Day, had an excellent time throughout JavaOne and reports on it in detail. Missed JavaOne? Read Shai's report and you'll feel like you were there yourself.NetBeans Party in 19 Seconds
Did you not make it to the NetBeans Party? This exclusive event for NetBeans speakers throughout the JavaOne conference was a great start to the week. Turn your speakers down because the party was loud and noisy indeed!
TutorialsYouTube: Maven, Java EE 7, and Backbone.js Mashup
Can Backbone.js and Java EE be combined, together with Maven? Watch this video to see if it can be done!YouTube: Maven, Java EE 7, and PrimeFaces Mashup
Get ready for NetBeans IDE 7.4 by seeing step by step how Java EE and PrimeFaces are supported out of the box.