I updated the list of my publications . I’ve been astonished, how much articles I wrote beside the articles of this blog during the last few years. Most articles dealing about software development. Some of them describing NetBeans or dedicated features of this great IDE. I hope, I could provide a lot of useful information […]
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Mystery Castle is part of the theme park Phantasialand. In March, Phantasialand becomes JavaLand . The photo shows the tower of this castle during sunset of December. I’ll talk about the upcoming Java Shell and show its integration within NetBeans on March, 29th. Visit my talk at high noon in room Quantum 3+4.  javaland.eu
A few days before, I reported about the Java Shell which is integrated within the NetBeans nightly builds . There is another project, called prototypes-repl9  which is compiled only once or twice a month. Until today, I only downloaded some full zip versions of this project. This seemed to be less stable and less […]
I just discovered another article about the NetBeans Java Shell. NetBeans Dream Team member Michael Simons prepared a screencast showing the Java Shell . For a series of screenshots take a look into my prior blog.  info.michael-simons.eu/2016/12/19/using-jshell-in-netbeans
Some weeks ago, NetBeans 8.2 had been released. Currently a patch version is available. Although NetBeans has moved to Apache, it is still developed by the NetBeans team and a vibrant community. So, let’s look at a great feature of the future version: The Java Shell. Today I’m not talking about the command line tool […]
…nor NetBeans. Just the moon. I took this photo during the one hour I could observe the moon yesterday. A few minutes later, it disappeared behind clouds and I started to check the Java Shell within NetBeans. I like to share some photos on an irregular basis. So, if you enjoy almost natural photos, please […]
Although JDK 9 isn’t available yet, Mark Reinhold announced the JDK 10 being created. Subscription lists are available . Hopefully this is an indicator, that JDK 9 wont be postponed anymore. Definitely this will be the next challenge to keep NetBeans in sync with Java.  http://mail.openjdk.java.net/mailman/listinfo/jdk10-dev
NetBeans recently became an Apache project. Some people had been afraid that NetBeans ends up like OpenOffice, whilst others appreciated that step enthusiastic. I don’t know what future brings, but the NetBeans community is still vibrant. And the NetBeans Dream Team just incorporated seven new members.
After “Web Development with Java and JSF” , I wrote a short book about “Java Lambdas and Parallel Streams”. Both books are written by the assistance of NetBeans, which I used to write the code, the book, and which I used to show some examples in the book.