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Tinu Awopetu07/09/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #647 - July 08, 2014)

In this issue: Win a free ticket to JavaOne courtesy of Codename One; Nominate applications and software projects for the 2014 Duke's Choice Awards; Michael Müller presents a new book about web development with Java and JSF; and more.

Ken Fogel07/09/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: Mandatory Methods for Beans (Part 2)

Regular NetBeans education columnist Ken Fogel, the Program Coordinator and Chairperson of the Computer Science Technology program at Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, shares the second part of his insights on the mandatory methods of JavaBeans.

Maciej Puchalski07/08/14
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Maciej Puchalski: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Maciej Puchalski from the Polish University of Białystok is happy NetBeans IDE exists! Here he shares his five favorite NetBeans features with the world.

Tinu Awopetu07/03/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #646 - June 30, 2014)

In this issue: The NetBeans Satisfaction Survey wants to know how the 8.0 release is working for you; nine profiling tools to know about; a video on detecting dead code; and more.

Ken Fogel07/01/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: Mandatory Methods for Beans (Part 1)

Regular NetBeans education columnist Ken Fogel, the Program Coordinator and Chairperson of the Computer Science Technology program at Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, shares his insights on the mandatory methods of JavaBeans.

Thomas K.06/30/14
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Thomas Kruse: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Thomas Kruse, co-leader of the Munster JUG, explains what makes the NetBeans project unique, in the next part of the "My Five Favorite NetBeans Features" series.

Adriano Santos06/26/14
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Capture & Access System on the NetBeans Platform

Announcing a capture and access system created in Brazil on the NetBeans Platform.

Andreas Hauffe06/25/14
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Composite Material Calculator on the NetBeans Platform

Announcing a composite material calculator developed in Dresden on the NetBeans Platform.

Tinu Awopetu06/24/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #645 - June 23, 2014)

In this issue: Give the NetBeans team feedback in the 8.0 Satisfaction Survey. UML support in NetBeans looks promising, courtesy of developers in Serbia. Oracle University launches a new Java SE 8 training course. 925 developers vote for their preferred IDEs.

Ken Fogel06/23/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: How to Teach JavaBeans

Regular NetBeans education columnist Ken Fogel, the Program Coordinator and Chairperson of the Computer Science Technology program at Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, shares insights on structuring lessons about JavaBeans.

Zoran Sevarac06/22/14
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NetBeans Dream Team: Our Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Zoran Sevarac, Kirk Pepperdine, and other NetBeans Dream Team members share with you their favorite NetBeans features!

Tinu Awopetu06/20/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #644 - June 17, 2014)

In this issue: New tools Java developers should know about; IDRsolutions launches a NetBeans blog; Adam Bien takes your questions about Java EE, Java SE and JavaFX.

Ken Fogel06/15/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: Scanners, Regular Expressions, and Beethoven

Regular NetBeans education columnist Ken Fogel, the Program Coordinator and Chairperson of the Computer Science Technology program at Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, shares new learning experiences... and the Beethoven test!

Jesus Armando G...06/13/14
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Jesus Garcia Quiñones: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Action Items window, Mercurial and Git support, database integration, and keyboard shortcuts... read what Jesus Garcia Quiñones likes about NetBeans IDE!

Tinu Awopetu06/11/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #643 - June 09, 2014)

In this issue: NetBeans web development secrets; a better approach to REST development; Java 8 features that deserve more fame; and a new NetBeans cookbook, coming soon.