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Rich Unger

Rich Unger is a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Salesforce.com,
working on their Force.com cloud computing platform. He is also a
contributer to the NetBeans open source project.

 

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A few folks have asked how you move an application from the cluster build harness on 4.x to the 5.0 platform. The way I did it was to create a new module using the IDE, and just copy my source...

We want you.

Okay, that was shameless. I'm sorry. It's also not particularly...

As promised, here's a recap of a simple module I built to help me test a bugfix.

Other folks have been blogging about the new support for NetBeans module development in the 5.0 stream. However, as the guy who put together the "...

In a previous entry, I vented my frustration at scrambled JARs in the netbeans build process.

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Man, I feel like I've done nothing but complain on this blog lately! I promise, I'll get back to posting netbeans RCP coding tips and stuff.

However, John Reynolds...

So, I'm sitting at my laptop, building netbeans... oh, wait ... OK, so I'm sitting ... oh, sorry, hold on... so, ... oh crap, not again.

Another scrambled jar.

This has to be the...

OK, I got your attention. Now, can we just forget this horse-race and go back to getting some actual work done?

No?

Oh, fine. So, JavaOne just ended, and everyone's talking about...

To wrap up my JavaOne experience, I went to a pub with Tim Boudreau and my co-speaker Jaroslav Tulach.

I leaned over to Tim Boudreau, NetBeans evangealist, and said, "Boy, wouldn't the bloggers love to get a picture of this." I couldn't tell if he looked amused or worried.

The picture I was...

Here's a little trick I've found useful for browsing the contents of my JAXB model, though it works just as well with any java beans. It's a GUI for testing JXPath expressions on a given Object...

In my previous entry on J2EE, I made a somewhat deliberately inflammatory rant on the proliferation of web...

I just wanted to say a quick thank you to the folks running JavaONE, for moving the deadline for completing our slides. Sharing a deadline with the IRS is never a good idea. :)

I'm a client-side guy, but my customers use my stuff to make webapps. So, I figured I'd check out the landscape they're facing when architecting their solutions.

Beehive
Cocooon...

In working on my JavaONE presentation, I got to thinking about why frameworks such as the NetBeans Platform and Eclipse RCP are important. It's really because, if they didn't exist, we'd all end...

As I move my Java blog over from blogger.com, I figured I'd start things out with something I wrote as a sidebar for my DDJ article last month. The...