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Must-See JavaOne Sessions - Swing Applications and NetBeans Platform
Admin, 29 Apr 2008
One more week left till JavaOne in San Francisco. Are you curious about what to expect this year? The NetBeans team has already taken a sneak peek at the session catalogue, and every week till the big event we will share our favorite picks with you!
Interested in NetBeans Platform development? Check out these sessions:
- Java SE 6 and Java EE 6 Platform - the Operating System for Interactive RIAs
- Deep Inside JSR 296, the Swing Application Framework
- Designing Graphical Model-Driven Applications: Lego MindStorm
- Developing Java Persistence API Applications with the NetBeans IDE and EclipseLink
- NetBeans Graph Library Software: Simple, Powerful, and Open Source (BOF)
- NetBeans IDE Plug-In Module Development for 3-D Model Viewer, Using Java OpenGL (BOF)
Interested in RIA and Swing Desktop applications development? Check out these sessions:
- NetBeans Platform vs. Eclipse RCP (BOF)
- Developing and Supporting a Plug-in for Eclipse, the NetBeans IDE, and IDEA (BOF)
- Toward a Consumer IDE: Get What You Want When You Want It (BOF)
- The NetBeans Platform Compared to the Eclipse Rich Client Platform
- Creating Better Applications at Boeing with the NetBeans Platform Application Framework
- Beans Binding: Good for the Heart
- blueMarine: Or Why You Should Really Ship Swing Applications
Tuesday 1pm-1:30pm: Come to the JavaOne book store and get your copy of "Rich Client Programming: Plugging into the NetBeans Platform" signed by Geertjan Wielenga!
Learn everything about the NetBeans platform on the new platform.netbeans.org!
Find details of all NetBeans-related sessions in the session catalogue
. You will also find JavaOne sessions about Scripting and Mobility
, Java EE, Web Applications, Web services
, and Performance, Testing, and Cool Tools
Tip: Did you know that college students attend CommunityOne and JavaOne for free
? Learn more...
See you next week at JavaOne 2008 In San Francisco!