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Moses Khazalwa06/11/14
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Moses Khazalwa: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Handy hints for expanding/collapsing code... and more! Moses Khazalwa from Kenya reveals his 5 favorite NetBeans features.

Geertjan Wielenga06/09/14
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Interview: Huw Collingbourne on Java & NetBeans YouTube Screencasts

A NetBeans interview with Huw Collingbourne on his YouTube clips that deal with tips for NetBeans users.

Ken Fogel06/08/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: Teaching RESTful Web Services

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 learning experiences in preparing to teach RESTful web services via NetBeans IDE.

Pablo Rodriguez Pina06/05/14
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Anahata: Our Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

The Anahata team in Austalia shares their favorite features! Java EE support, database tools, versioning support, and more. Read what each developer on the team likes about NetBeans.

Tinu Awopetu06/04/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #642 - June 02, 2014)

In this issue: Refactoring tools in NetBeans IDE; Working with Oracle Java Cloud Service; and a collection of online video tips and courses.

Geertjan Wielenga06/03/14
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Interview: Ralph Steyer on New NetBeans IDE 8 Crash Course

A brand new NetBeans interview, this time with Ralph Steyer, about his newly released NetBeans IDE 8 online crash course.

Edwin F. López06/02/14
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Edwin Lopez: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Templates, templates, templates... multi-language support, Java EE tools, and much more is shared by Edwin Lopez as he outlines his 5 favorite NetBeans IDE features!

Ken Fogel05/30/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: Console Input Using Scanners

Regular NetBeans education columnist Ken Fogel, the Program Coordinator and Chairperson of the Computer Science Technology program at Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, discusses console input, scanners, and regular expressions.

Tinu Awopetu05/29/14
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NetBeans Podcast 69 - The Java Embedded Edition

First NetBeans podcast appearances by Oracle technology evangelists Terrence Barr and Simon Ritter to discuss all things Java Embedded--SE, ME, MOOCs, and more. Also, find out why the Japanese translation of Jaroslav Tulach's API Design book is good news for anyone interested in API design.

Paul Garcia05/28/14
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Paul Garcia: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Learn about how Paul Garcia uses the MEAN (MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, NodeJS) stack with NetBeans!

Tinu Awopetu05/27/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #641 - May 27, 2014)

In this issue: A new podcast looks at the Java Embedded technologies. Quick-starts for Hippo CMS, Grails and Java ME development in NetBeans IDE.

Milen Petrov05/24/14
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Milen Petrov: Why NetBeans IDE is Great for Teaching Java

In this article, we meet Milen Petrov from the Department of Software Engineering at Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at Sofia University in Bulgaria.

Tinu Awopetu05/21/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #640 - May 19, 2014)

In this issue: A new NetBeans customer case study: Suraya, a data storage platform; extra Java hints now available in NetBeans; Java EE trainings this Summer with Adam Bien; and more.

Ken Fogel05/19/14
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NetBeans in the Classroom: The Beginners Template (Part 2)

Ken Fogel, the Program Coordinator and Chairperson of the Computer Science Technology program at Dawson College in Montreal, Canada, continues his discussion on the beginner's template in NetBeans.

Tinu Awopetu05/13/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #639 - May 12, 2014)

In this issue: Two more dates left to get free Java 8 trainings; new video tutorials featuring Java ME 8 and TomEE-Maven support in NetBeans 8; a magnification plugin for small screens, and more.