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PMI Facelift

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The Project Management Infrastructure (PMI) is still, frankly, a little too ugly for my liking. A proper facelift with the help of a graphics designer and somebody who knows a thing or two about designing websites is still required (and planned). Having said that, we’re taking a small step forward. Over the weekend, I will release an update to the ...

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Native Java Packaging with NetBeans 7.4

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One of the new features of NetBeans 7.4 that made the “NetBeans 74 NewAndNoteworthy” page is “Native Packaging,” which is described on that page as “JavaSE projects now support creation of native bundles taking use of the native packaging technology provided by JavaFX.” I will use a very simple example to demonstrate this native packaging functionality in NetBeans 7.4. The ...

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Top 5 Useful Hidden Eclipse Features

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Eclipse is a beast. A device whose mystery is only exceeded by its power. Some would call it a continuum transfunctioner. Others would call it a transmogrifier. Yes, it is so huge, it takes years to master. And then, your manager shows up and tells you: We’re using NetBeans now. Just kidding. No one uses NetBeans, except for Adam Bien. ...

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Cloud IDE for J2EE development

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With so many of the traditional software tools going to the cloud I want to see how they compare to traditional tools. My interest is Java EE technology and started to look for a cloud service that allowed me to develop, test and deploy a Java EE application. As I soon found out many of the cloud IDEs are designed ...

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Cloud IDE for J2EE development

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With so many of the traditional software tools going to the cloud I want to see how they compare to traditional tools. My interest is J2EE technology and started to look for a cloud service that allowed me to develop, test and deploy a J2EE application. As I soon found out many of the cloud IDEs are designed for web ...

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Hot Deployment with IntelliJ IDEA

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Recently there was a voting in the PrimeFaces forum PrimeFaces IDE Poll for the best IDE used to develop PrimeFaces applications. The most people voted for NetBeans. NetBeans and Eclipse are free IDEs. My favorite IDE IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate is not free and I think this is a reason why there are less people using it on the job. I ...

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Better JUnit-based Unit Tests with NetBeans 7.4 beta Hints

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In my last post, I wrote about hints provided in NetBeans 7.4 beta that improve a developer’s ability to avoid nasty runtime issues with Java exception handling. In this post, I look at how two more hints provided by NetBeans 7.4 beta can be used to make unit tests more correct and more clear during unit test execution. These are ...

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NetBeans 7.4 Beta Hints Warn of Ineffective Exception Handling

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There are numerous examples of how Java exception handling can be more difficult than it might first appear and Josh Bloch devoted an entire chapter of Effective Java (both editions) to exception handling. The checked exception model in Java remains “controversial.” I was pleased to see that the NetBeans 7.4 beta I recently downloaded has some hints to help with ...

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