Have you voted in the NetBeans Election? There are three accomplished nominees waiting on your vote for a chance to be on the 20th NetBeans Governance Board. Learn more about them and then cast your vote until Tuesday, October 30 (midnight in the last time zone).
Curious about what the NetBeans Governance Board does? Find out what the outgoing board has accomplished in its term.
Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP, and support for this feature is coming in the next release of NetBeans IDE.
With this plugin open a "build.gradle" file as a project in NetBeans. The opened project can then be used as a Java project.
A cool new event is coming up for the Java Community in Munich and surrounding areas: JayDay Munich! Join a lineup of top Java experts for a full day of talks and workshops about all things Java. Need more convincing? There's free beer!
A walk-through of HTML5 support in NetBeans IDE.
For avid NetBeans IDE fan Martin Steffen, the NetBeans Gradle plugin provides all that he needs for Gradle web application development.
Propylon, the team behind the NetBeans Platform-based legislative software KLISS (Kansas Legislative Information System and Services) has won the 2012 NASCIO Award for Open Government. More good news: Propylon is set to work with the Indiana Legislative Services Agency to implement a new platform. The team is hiring Java developers with NetBeans Platform experience!
The NetBeans community gets along so well the NetBeans Governance Board rarely arbitrates disputes. The Board however delivers in other big ways. Find out what members of Board #19 have accomplished in their term.
Did you miss Adam Bien's recent "Java EE Airport Series"? Code samples, slides and videos from the 3-day workshop are now available on his website. The next airport workshop is scheduled for March 25-28, 2013--save the date!
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