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Claudio Miranda

Claudio Miranda works as a consultant for Summa Technologies and has participated in some large projects in Brazil for financial and telco companies. He has 6 years of experience working with the java platform and has been a member of SouJava JUG since 2002. He has participated as speaker in some events (including JavaOne 2002), also helps some opensource projects in beta testing, forum and mailing lists, bugfixes, etc. He enjoys learning new trends in java development, architecture, web frameworks and looks forward to sharing his views with you here in English or on his Portuguese blog.

 

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Some tips to migrate applications to appservers

Posted by claudio on March 16, 2007 at 10:58 AM PDT

Last month a friend of mine asked some tips on what to do to migrate an application running on top of weblogic 6.x to version 9.

NetBeans Dream Team ?

Posted by claudio on November 4, 2006 at 4:17 PM PST

Sun and NetBeans are putting a tremendous effort to put NetBeans IDE/Platform on the lead of the IDE race.

See how some personalities from javaland got a kick

Posted by claudio on September 8, 2006 at 7:32 PM PDT

Do you wanna see how James Gosling, Charlie Hunt, Rich Green, Tim Boudreau, Simon Phipps and a lot of personalities from javaland got a kick ? Go and see this amazing video, made during JavaOne 2006.

Java LiveCD

Posted by claudio on June 25, 2006 at 10:38 PM PDT

How much time do you need to assemble and configure a usable java development environment with the regular tools a java developer needs to start coding ? Well, you can cut some time here, by using a Linux LiveCD with Java Tools, just boot it up and your initial java environment is ready to the first javac.

This LiveCD is very useful when:

NetBeans 5.5 and JavaDB

Posted by claudio on May 12, 2006 at 7:17 AM PDT

NetBeans 5.5 (beta) doesn't make available by default the JavaDB (based on Apache Derby) on to Tools menu. Note, the Enterprise Pack is not installed.

If you have Glassfish or Sun Java System App Server 9, then JavaDB is already there.

See some NetBeans 5.5 (beta) features and screenshots

Posted by claudio on May 11, 2006 at 3:55 PM PDT

NetBeans lauched NetBeans 5.5 Enterprise Pack, preview release (read it as a early access release). The main goal of 5.5 is Java EE 5 support, so with that preview release, Sun bundled UML, BPEL and other EE things.

A brother to a coyote

Posted by claudio on May 3, 2006 at 10:30 PM PDT

A while back NetBeans made available coyote project to enable developers write code in dynamic languages. Actually it supports Groovy and Jython.

How your apps look on a napkin

Posted by claudio on April 16, 2006 at 11:49 AM PDT

When the NetBeans Look and Fell competition were launched, the date was close to when I discovered substance-netbeans. As I already used Substance (btw, a cool LAF), I saw more and more screenshots of netbeans and substance.

Two new flash demos and NetBeans Module update

Posted by claudio on December 29, 2005 at 10:57 PM PST

The community is awesome to provide feedback about quality and features. The comments left to the previous entry, made me improve the NetBeans Module Startup Settings I am developing.

NetBeans startup settings, a UI module to change it.

Posted by claudio on December 18, 2005 at 7:52 AM PST

NetBeans IDE as a pure Java Swing app, can use any JVM parameters, it can be specified at netbeans.conf file, as Charlie Hunt blogged about that, see NetBeans IDE: Adding/Changing JVM command line args.