NetBeans Day


Traditionally, each year NetBeans Day is held in San Francisco, right before the start of JavaOne and OpenWorld. At JavaOne 2014, NetBeans community members felt it would be good to hold comparable events all over the world throughout the year. Therefore, during 2015, NetBeans Days were held in the Netherlands (, Germany (, France (, England (, Greece (, Brasil (, and Burkina Faso, in addition to San Francisco ( and now in Hyderabad!.

At these free events, attendees learned about the latest technologies and were shown how NetBeans IDE continues to be continually enhanced and updated with new features. For example, did you know NetBeans IDE 8.1 supports Node.js, Gulp, and Bower, in addition to a range of JavaScript frameworks, as well as Java EE, with awesome out of the box support for Maven?


• NetBeans Community News & Updates

• NetBeans and JavaFx Development

• Using NetBeans IDE to Dive Deeply into HotSpot JVM Source Code

• Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit ( (JET)

Open Discussion


Geertjan Wielenga is a NetBeans product manager working at Oracle, focused on Java development and HTML5 development with NetBeans IDE and the NetBeans Platform. Geertjan is a Java technology enthusiast, primarily interested in Java desktop technologies, in particular, application development on the NetBeans Platform. Blog: (

Vladimir Kvashin has been working in the IT area for about 20 years. During this period he worked for Togethersoft and Borland companies. participated in development of enterprise level systems and modern IDEs as well. Vladimir joined Sun Microsystems in 2004. Now he is a principal engineer in Oracle Solaris Studio IDE development group in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Rohit Vaidya is a Project Lead at Oracle. He is interested in the field of Computer Algorithms and theoretical Computer Science. He likes developing Rich Internet Applications and contributing to open source. He is active in Java User Group Hyderabad. He blogs at (

Rajmahendra Hegde is a Java developer since 2000, Agile practitioner, community guy, open source contributor and NetBeans DreamTeam Member, JCP Award Winner and Java Champion. You can reach him at @rajonjava

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