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Geertjan Wielenga03/18/14
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Hello Java 8 and NetBeans 8!

The NetBeans community welcomes Java 8 and NetBeans 8!

Tinu Awopetu03/18/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #631 - Mar 18, 2014)

In this issue: The NetBeans community gives the green light to NetBeans 8.0! Join the global Java developer and partner communities for the Java 8 launch on March 25th. Sign up for NetBeans trainings coming up in April.

Zemian Deng03/18/14
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How to Monitor Multiple JVM's on a Server with VisualVM

In the last article I have shown you how to start WebLogic Server with single admin and mulitiple managed servers. After those are started, how do you go check their health status?

Sophia Matarazzo03/17/14
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Sophia Matarazzo: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

The NetBeans Profiler, keyboard shortcuts, and more! Read on as Sophia Matarazzo outlines her 5 favorite NetBeans features...

Tinu Awopetu03/11/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #630 - Mar 10, 2014)

In this issue: Java 8 launches in two weeks--sign up for the live webcast event! Tell the NetBeans team is 8.0 is release-ready. Why Java desktop applications still matter in a mobile-centric world.

Benno Markiewicz03/11/14
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Debugging Maven Mojo Plugin Sources Becomes Very Easy Using NetBeans 8

Sometime it happens that when you configure a Maven mojo plugin, the given configuration doesn't apply or doesn't work as expected, but debugging Maven mojo plugin sources is now very easy with NetBeans 8. This short article shows you how.

Jiri Kovalsky03/05/14
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Survey: Is NetBeans IDE 8.0 Ready for Release?

Did you know that the NetBeans IDE 8.0 Release Candidate was published last Wednesday, February 26th?It provides support for lambdas, functional operations, and other Java 8 features, as well as a lot more!

Tinu Awopetu03/04/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #629 - Mar 03, 2014)

In this issue: Is NetBeans 8.0 ready for GA? Try the recent release candidate build and let the NetBeans team know. Two new books about the NetBeans Platform gives developers a practical guide to modular development. Aspose updates its NetBeans plugin.

Emil Stoyanov03/03/14
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Emil Stoyanov: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Maven, integrated tools, Web Services support, and much more... find out why Emil Stoyanov and his team use NetBeans IDE.

Tinu Awopetu02/25/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #628 - Feb 25, 2014)

In this issue: The NetBeans community elects a new Governance Board! Name your price for the upcoming NetBeans Platform book for beginners. Discover five new Java formatting options in NetBeans, and more.

Tinu Awopetu02/25/14
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NetBeans Podcast 68 - Java 8 and Angular Support in NetBeans

Brett Ryan (John Sands) and Petr Pisl (NetBeans) join the podcast to chat about Java 8 and AngularJS support in NetBeans; Andreas Stefik (University of Nevada) returns to speak at length about Quorum, the world's first evidence-oriented programming language.

Torche Djamel02/21/14
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Djamel Torche: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Code generators, centralized Services window, GUI Builder, and more... Djamel Torche discusses his 5 favorite NetBeans IDE features!

Matia Zanella02/19/14
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Matia Zanella: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Projects window, search features, database support and more! Find out what Matia Zanella likes about NetBeans.

Tinu Awopetu02/19/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #627 - Feb 18, 2014)

In this issue: Oracle launches a Java ME Embedded MOOC! A new NetBeans book walks you through enterprise application development with Java EE and HTML5. The team behind the Quorum programming language announces a workshop for computer science instructors.

Scott Palmer02/16/14
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Scott Palmer: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Editor hints, Gradle, Git and more! Scott Palmer reveals what he likes about NetBeans.