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NetBeans 7.0 in the News

Posted by editor on April 7, 2011 at 6:46 PM PDT

NetBeans IDE 7.0 is much in the news right now. Release Candidate 1 has been available for some days now. For example, our latest java.net poll, designed in response to that news, asks "When do you plan to start using NetBeans 7.0?". Voting ends on Monday.

Also of note, DZone has released an updated edition of its NetBeans RefCard, NetBeans Platform 7.0: A Framework for Building Pluggable Enterprise Applications.

And the next Oracle Technology Network TechCast Live, on Tuesday, April 12, at 10 PM Pacific (US) Time, features John Jullion-Ceccarelli, NetBeans Engineering Manager. John will be discussing NetBeans IDE 7.0, which introduces language support for Java SE 7, with TechCast host Justin Kestelyn.


java.net Weblogs

Since my last blog post, several people have posted new java.net blogs:


Poll

Our current java.net poll asks "When do you plan to start using NetBeans 7.0?" Voting will close on Monday.


Spotlights

Our latest java.net href="http://www.java.net/archive/spotlight">Spotlight is the JAX Innovations Awards 2011:

The JAX Innovation Awards celebrate the culture of innovation that epitomises the Java Ecosystem. Our mission is simple: Reward those technologies, companies, organizations and individuals that make outstanding contributions to Java. YOU nominate the individuals, companies and technologies whom you think deserve recognition...

We're also still featuring the NetBeans IDE 7.0 Release Candidate 1:

NetBeans IDE 7.0 introduces language support for development to the Java SE 7 specification with the JDK 7 platform. The release also provides enhanced integration with the Oracle WebLogic server, as well as support for Oracle Database and GlassFish 3.1. Additional highlights include Maven 3 and HTML5 editing support...


Java News

Here are the stories we've recently featured in our Java news section.


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