Oracle Massive Open Online Course: Develop Java Embedded Applications Using a Raspberry Pi - May 2014
This course introduces Java developers to the world of embedded devices and the Internet of Things (IoT). Unlike a traditional instructor-led event, the course is delivered on-line. Take this course when you want, where you want, and at your own pace. Interact with your peers and the instructor panel through the forum.
Virtual Developer Day: Java 2014 - May 6th (Americas), May 14th (EMEA) and May 21st (APAC). Hear from experts in Java SE 8, Java EE 7 and Java Embedded. Watch tutorials including NetBeans from the experts to improve your expertise in Java, and ask questions during live chats.
NetBeans IDE supports Java SE Embedded features, such as footprint, memory, power, platform support, and more. This tutorial gets you started on using the IDE's Java SE Embedded support.
Learn to use the latest NetBeans IDE with Oracle WebLogic Server. This tutorial walks you through installing and configuring all necessary components to get a simple Java EE project up and running.
The VertexDigitalArts YouTube Channel features a collection of fantastic video tutorials centered around Java and the NetBeans IDE, including this demo on creating a simple but functional MP3 player.
Computer programming instructor Ken Fogel outlines how the NetBeans IDE's straight-forward installation process gets new programming students up and running without a hitch.
InfoQ.com takes a look at the new features in the latest NetBeans IDE release, including user favorites culled from a recent Twitter thread started by writer Mark Raible.
Two NetBeans plugin projects are looking for contributors. Chris Le is working on a revision of the PMD's Copy/Paste Detector plugin; and Gaurav Gupta is the lead behind the JPA Modeler plugin. Please get involved and help build these cool modules!
The MineSweeper for NetBeans plugin demonstrates how easy it is to use DukeScript technology, and it's a fun throw-back to a classic computer game. Learn more about Jarda Tulach's work with DukeScript.
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