From the western coast of Ibiza. Actual I wanted to take a photo from the sunset over the sea. But when I arrived late at that beach, there was that big rock just before the sun. Want to read more about software development? Purchase one of my books: Web Development with Java and JSF A […]
I just discovered another article about the NetBeans Java Shell. NetBeans Dream Team member Michael Simons prepared a screencast showing the Java Shell . Follow @muellermi 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
Mein Sohn hat seine eigene Web-Site eingerichtet: ich-mag-geld.de. Auf seiner Site hat er Tipps rund ums Geldverdienen mit dem Internet zusammengestellt. Sein erster Wurf ist fertig. Ich bin gespannt, wie sich sein Projekt entwickelt. An dieser Stelle: Viel Erfolg!
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.