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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #627 - Feb 18, 2014)

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Project News

Two IDE Polls, One Conclusion?

NetBeans IDE has done really well recently in two different polls, one on java.net and the other at jaxenter.de. Read all about it!

Plugin: Aspose File Format

The Aspose team have produced seamless integration for their file format APIs, such as PDF and Excel rendering, for NetBeans IDE. Download and install it today!

Articles

Top 5 Favorite NetBeans Features

Gradle, Git, GUI builders, and more! Read the features that Mark Wilmoth and Scott Palmer appreciate most about NetBeans

Score Card: NetBeans Governance Board #20

The NetBeans Governance Board has come to the end of its term. Hermien and Toni share their experiences.

Using a Raspberry Pi to Deploy JavaFX Applications

image This tutorial covers how to configure a Raspberry Pi as a development platform for the JavaFX platform.


Books

New Book: Java EE & HTML5 Enterprise Application Development

The latest greatest book on Java EE, HTML5, and NetBeans IDE is set to be published. Buy yours today!

Calendar

Register today for the Oracle Java ME Embedded MOOC!

image We are pleased to announce that the Oracle Massive Open Online Course: Develop Java Embedded Applications Using a Raspberry Pi is open for enrollment. This free course, designed for Java developers, is delivered over 5-weeks. Take the course at your own pace - weekly we will add new lessons, quizzes and homework assignments. The course will start March 31st!

NetBeans Platform Training in Germany (April 14-16)

Join Geertjan Wielenga (Oracle) and Toni Epple (Eppleton) for a two-day NetBeans Platform training in Leipzig, Germany. The training blends theory and practice--you learn the fundamentals behind the NetBeans API and then start to develop applications. Register today. Training is FREE for students.

Programming in Quorum Workshop (July 17-23)

The Experience Programming in Quorum (EPIQ) Workshop is an international professional development workshop for educators to learn the foundational skills necessary to teach students computer science using the Quorum programming language.

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