Posted by gsporar
on June 13, 2005 at 10:14 AM PDT
The agenda has been nailed down and two new celebrity speakers have been added.
I've written about NetBeans Day before and its excellent price: it's free. Please register in advance - it'll be easier to get you in the door that way. And remember, the first 300 in the door get a free copy of the new NetBeans Field Guide . Also on the freebie list: there will be opportunities to win free 128MB USB drives.
We've been busy nailing down the agenda for NetBeans Day . It looks like even I will get on stage at some point and do a short demo. At the very least I'll show the NetBeans Profiler in action, but I may throw in a couple of other things too. The plan is I will share some time with one of the stars of the NetBeans blogging world , Roman Strobl .
Part of Roman's demo will be Project Matisse , which has generated a huge amount of interest . The form designer in Project Matisse caught the eye of Rick Ross from Javalobby and Rick has agreed to speak at NetBeans Day .
As if that were not enough, Hideya Kawahara has agreed to talk about Project Looking Glass . His demos are always impressive, so you don't want to miss this.