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NetBeans Poll: How do you contribute to NetBeans?

There are many different ways in which you can become involved in the NetBeans project. Here's the list! Please indicate where your involvement lies in the latest NetBeans community poll.

NetBeans Podcast 57: Ernest Lotter, Institute of Mine Seismology

Tune in for chats about the development status of NetBeans 7.1 and a recap of NetBeans news from JavaOne 2011, as well as an interview about how the NetBeans Platform is used for earthquake monitoring by the mining industry.

Plugin: SerialVersionUID Generator for NetBeans 7.0.1

NetBeans Dream Team member John Yeary reports on Michal Hlaváč's plugin for generating serial version data in your Serializable classes. Try it out and give him feedback!


Mine Seismology on the NetBeans Platform

Data from mines around the world is sent to the Institute of Mine Seismology in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Several applications based on NetBeans analyze the data and help ensure mine safety.

NetBeans @ JavaOne Report

Geertjan presents a short report on the state of NetBeans at JavaOne. Were you at JavaOne too? Why not blog about your NetBeans experiences there?


Getting Started with FXML

Learn how to create a JavaFX FXML application using NetBeans IDE 7.1 Beta. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for using the FXML template to create the user interface for a login application.


NetBeans at PHP Barcelona 2011 (Oct 28-29)

Join NetBeans engineer Petr Pisl at PHP Barcelona 2011 for a look at why PHP support in NetBeans IDE continues to gain rave reviews. Learn about features that simplify everyday tasks and speed up the development of PHP applications. Get a look at new features in NetBeans IDE 7.x, such as PHP Unit testing, debugging, CSS support and more.

Java EE & NetBeans at JAX London 2011 (Oct 31-Nov 2)

JAX London is the premier Java conference in the UK and showcases technical solutions for today's problems and offer visions to the important upcoming trends. Join Java EE 6 expert and NetBeans enthusiast Adam Bien and Oracle Java EE evangelist Arun Gupta for sessions and workshops featuring the NetBeans IDE.
Clean Code And Java EE 6
The Feel Of Java EE 6--Interactive On Stage Hacking
Java EE 6/7: Productivity with Joy
Java EE 7: Developing for the Cloud

GOTO Prague 2011 Discount Offer! (Nov 22-24)

GOTO conferences bring together the industry's best speakers sharing their unique insight about software technology with participants for unique learning, discussion and networking opportunities. GOTO Prague will feature famous speakers such as Terrence Barr (Oracle), Erich Gamma (Microsoft), Attila Szegedi (Twitter), Václav Pech (JetBrains) and many more.

Special Offer: Get the 2-day conference ticket for only EUR 200 using the promotion code "czech100". Regular price is EUR 699! This offer ends November 1st.

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