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Blog Archive for joshy during May 2007

What follows is a particular problem I had compiling NetBeans on my Mac and my solution to it. I'm putting this in my blog not so much for my readers but for the future generations of Google travelers who may stumble across this same issue. I downloaded a fresh copy of the full NetBeans source and compiled it. This is what I got part-way through the compilation process: compile-lib: ...
Due to a deluge of requests (both of them) here are the slides for our Awesome BoF 5000. You can see them as a PDF or a QuickTime movie. I recommend the QuickTime if you can as it contains the rad transitions and animated jokes. QuickTime 7.4MB PDF 2.6 MB Enjoy -- Josh
It's Friday morning and I'm watching the James Gosling keynote from the bean bags in front of the big screen. I'd say this was the most exciting JavaOne I've ever been too. We really saw desktop Java in full force. Perhaps we shouldn't call it desktop anymore, since a form of Java SE is going to be available on phones and other non-desktop computers. So really this was the JavaOne for client...
The AB5k team is proud to announce that we are changing names to Glossitope. We have a new website up at www.glossitope.org where you can download new builds, see our promotional video, and play with the new graphical effects we built for JavaOne. We are also holding a developer contest so that everyone who can't come to JavaOne can still participate in our BoF session Thursday night. All you...
The AB5k team is proud to announce that we are changing names to Glossitope. We have a new website up at www.glossitope.org where you can download new builds, see our promotional video, and play with the new graphical effects we built for JavaOne. We are also holding a developer contest so that everyone who can't come to JavaOne can still participate in our BoF session Thursday night. All you...
Another quick update. Hans and I did our session on JSR 296 today and it was a huge success. We were completely packed, over 500 people I think! More coming soon. update Here is John's coverage of our session. Thanks John.
Hey guys. Real quick. I just thought you'd like that we (the NetBeans GUI Builder team) showed Open Street Maps on stage at CommunityOne in front of about >400 people. We did a demo where we built a database application live on stage that combines famous sites in London with photos from WikiPedia and the JXMapKit running Open Street Maps. And we did the whole thing with only a single line of...
I was working on one of our NetBeans demos for Monday's Matisse session and it occurred to me. I was actually having fun putting together a little program! I grabbed some of our cool little beans from SwingLabs then wired them up to some text fields using zero code. Just binding expressions created visually using NetBeans M9. It was really easy and kinda fun. Beans binding makes the beans we've...