NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #565 - Nov 26 2012)
The place to be in early December is Sao Paolo, Brazil, for JavaOne 2012 Latin America--and the NetBeans team is making the trip!
There's still time to sign up for JayDay Munich--a cool new conference for the Java Community in Munich and surrounding areas. Join a lineup of Java Rockstars and Champions, and Oracle ACEs for a full day of talks and workshops about all things Java.
Join Geertjan Wielenga, NetBeans product manager, in Gothenberg for a look at how NetBeans IDE makes Java EE development with Maven a simple and painless task!
Two new Twig improvements have been added to the features lineup for NetBeans 7.3: Code templates and Interpolation coloring. Test them out and remember to leave the team feedback.
Using the NetBeans IDE, Mark Heckler outlines a fast, easy and fun start to JavaFX and Scene Builder.
A single application demonstrates the benefits of integrating JavaFX and the NetBeans Platform.
Everything you wanted to know about Java including Java SE 7, Java FX 2.0 and the roadmap to Java SE 8. Discover how Java can help you reduce your project risk and build more advanced, more portable desktop clients.
"A JUG Leader understands the power of communication, collaboration, and community." Greenville JUG leader John Yeary opines on the qualities and responsibilities of a good JUG leader.
What's the biggest project you've developed using NetBeans IDE? Let the NetBeans Team know via the latest community poll.
Roger Brinkley interviews CDI 1.1 specification lead Pete Muir.