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NetBeans: Beta, once again…

Oh yeah, time passes quickly… Seems it was only yesterday to deal with the prerelease builds of NetBeans 6.0, by now things are already “beta” once again, steadily…

folders and projects and where-is-my-code?

Still, working with NetBeans on an everyday basis is a breeze, especially talking about the upcoming 6.1 release which indeed has seen quite a bunch of improvements in…

NetBeans: Papier zur Plattform

Es drängt sich der Eindruck auf, daß NetBeans auch im deutschsprachigen Raum an Fahrt und Popularität gewinnt – nicht nur als IDE, sondern auch als Plattform zur Entwicklung…

NetBeans, Java, linux x86_64: some light, and a very dark shadow.

After hestitating to do so for quite a while, by now I finally got along installing my working notebook using the 64bit enabled version of xubuntu 7.10 ‘gutsy…

NetBeans 6.0 … final.

It seems, after a bunch of good beta and RC releases, by now they finally did it: NetBeans 6.0 has been released on December 3, 2007. Which is…

NetBeans 6.0 RC2 … finally groovy. :)

Oh well, I should calm down as far as my post headlines are concerned before things are about to get completely stupid. 🙂 Nevertheless, not-so-bad news today is…

NetBeans, Eclipse, Community?

Reading through some recent discussion on javalobby.org, indeed I also read through the eWeek article they basically referred to feel like adding a few thoughts of mine to…

move #4: taggin’ the tag

Being into writing XML documents as well as XML schema definitions once in a while during my work days, so far I’ve enjoyed playing around with the Eclipse…

move#3: rebirth of vim

Another landmark discovered on my way through the NetBeans world: In situations in which I don’t use NetBeans (like editing configuration files, hacking up smaller scripts to serve…