NetBeans Governance Board Election
The 21st NetBeans election is closed.
|Tim Boudreau is a noted
technology consultant, evangelist and author. While perhaps
most broadly known for his leadership on Sun Microsystems’
NetBeans, those who’ve worked with Tim remark most on his
technical chops, passion for a great challenge and rare gift
of great communication. And, as a former troubadour, he’s
pretty tough when it comes to bad 70s rock lyrics too. A
real renaissance programmer.
More about Tim: Website
I am a Chicago-based software developer, JavaFX
tribe leader for NetCAT 8.0 and "top ten" tester on NetCAT
7.4. I've been developing software applications for over
twenty years, in recent years using NetBeans IDE. My presentations
to local groups include "JavaFX, Scene Builder,
Hibernate and databases", which showcases NetBeans. My
philosophy is that my best successes occur when I assist
others to be successful. I have found this is especially
true in the NetBeans community, where I continue to learn so
much through service.
I would be honored to serve on YOUR NetBeans Governance Board.
More about Lou: Linkedin, DZone, Chicago JavaFX User Group
Glenn has been a dedicated NetBeans user since 2001, when he
made it the Java IDE of choice at Weyco
Group, Inc. He leads the team that creates the
company's fourteen eCommerce sites, which are built from a
single NetBeans project. Glenn has also been very active in
the NetCAT testing program, serving every time since
NetBeans 3.6. He has spoken on several panels about NetBeans
at JavaOne, and is also active on the community mailing
More about Glenn: Twitter, Website
|I am Java software developer
living in Leipzig, Germany. For years I am used to be an
Eclipse user, but since 2011 I use NetBeans exclusively at
work. Why? Because it works. Yes, some neat and handy
features from other IDEs are still missing, but that was my
reason to improve this situation and to start contributing.
I am the author of several freely available NetBeans
plugins, I contribute patches to NetBeans IDE/Platform and I
am an active member of the NetCAT program. All this to make
NetBeans even better.
I am honored for the nomination. Thank you for your trust.
More about Benno: Blog, Twitter
Zoran Sevarac is an Assistant Professor at University of Belgrade, where he teaches Java, Artificial Intelligence and open source development. He is the founder and lead developer of Java neural network framework Neuroph which received the Dukes Choice Award 2013. He is also the founder and head of Open Source Software Development Center at University of Belgrade, where he leads the development of the new UML Plugin for NetBeans.
He is a Java Champion, certified NetBeans Platform Trainer, member of the NetBeans Dream Team, and leader of NetBeans User Group Serbia.
He belives in future of the NetBeans Platform and IDE as the cutting edge software development tool/platform. As a member of the board he would be devoted to promoting NetBeans among the academic community, and getting them actively involved in NetBeans development.
More about Zoran: Twitter