Posts Tagged ‘NetCAT’
Jiri Kovalsky, Manager, NetCAT has announced NetCAT 8.1 and I have already registered for the same. And looking forward to have more people from all over the world and specially India for NetCAT 8.1.
You just need to invest few hours per week from mid July 2015 through mid October 2015. And you have to play a little with upcoming version of NetBeans, hunt for bugs and help community to release new and stable version of NetBeans. Make many new friends here and learn a lot from them. Get a chance to work with people having extreme experience and with very high profile in IT. You will never get such a chance with any other company or technology. The main thing you can mention that you have worked with NetBeans for that particular period as a Community Contributor.
Show your love towards NetBeans and technologies that NetBeans supports and earn lots of goodies depending on points you have earned for your work after completion of the program. If you wish you can select specific tribe and you can work with tribe on specific technology.
So what are you waiting for? Visit http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetCAT and fill registration form, and hit Subscribe button after registration or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line as “subscribe netcat” without quotes.
We had our first Hackathon in the form of NetCAT Hackathon today from 12 noon to 5 pm.
It is always great to work for NetBeans as a Community Contributor for NetCAT. But this time it was an awesome experience for me too for doing Test Case reviews for NetCAT and also to educate some new comers about NetCAT and other details related to the same during the NetCAT Hackathon. Some of my students joined NetCAT first time and they were not knowing anything about NetCAT rather than I used to tell them during their regular training sessions, but now they know everything about NetCAT and hope they will ask other to join it and help us to educate others about the same.
Here are some glimpse of NetCAT Hackathon :
The focus of this Hackathon is to :
- Test NetBeans nightly builds for bugs & errors.
- Review 7.3 Test Specifications for 7.4.
- To carry out maximum results in a single day.
- Educate new comers about NetCAT Process.
JUG Nagpur members who have registered for NetCAT 7.4 will carry their laptops. If you are member of JUG Nagpur and still have not signed up for NetCAT, sign up now and lets make this even bigger.
Venue & Time :
9th June 2013, 12 Noon (IST)
Know more about NetCAT?
- What is NetCAT?
- Why join NetCAT?
- How to join NetCAT?
- What are the benefits of joining NetCAT?
- What are my responsibilities after joining NetCAT?
Here is a small presentation to answer all the questions above, please go though this presentation :
Hope you like the presentation.
NetBeans has released another milestone version NetBeans IDE 7.2 which is available to download at NetBeans official website.
Watch video : NetBeans IDE 7.2 Overview[youtube:http://youtu.be/8wNdixWzS_Y%5D
Following are the new features of NetBeans 7.2 :
- Project scanning now on background, not blocking editor features and navigation
- Improved project scanning speed
- Improved performance on remote Filesystems
- FindBugs support
- TestNG testing framework support
- New refactorings and hints
- Various Maven support enhancements
- Various Debugger enhancements
- Amazon Elastic Beanstalk support
- Code completion for Java Persistence named queries and JPQL statements
- More editor hints for EJB and CDI
- Improved and updated support for JSF component suites
- Scene Builder interoperability
- Improved FXML and FX CSS support
- FX-in-Swing Projects
- Default configurations for instant Run as WebStart and Run in Browser
- Project auto-update and improved FX SDK/RT auto-detection
- Support for PHP 5.4
- PHP editing: Fix Uses action, annotations support, editing of Neon and Apache Config files and more
- Support for Symfony2, Doctrine2 and ApiGen frameworks
- FTP remote synchronization
- Support for running PHP projects on Hudson
Groovy and Grails
- Dramatic improvement of scanning, code completion and Go to Type action speed
- Updated to Groovy version 1.8.6
- Enhancements of code completion and editor hints
- Support new C++11 standard
- Pretty printing, watchpoints and catchpoints support for gdb
- Partial and Incremental Find Usages
- Improved parsing performance and reduced memory consumption
- Positioning of tabs in window system can be configured
- Support for custom implementations of tab control
- New @NavigatorPanel.Registration for registering navigator panels declaratively
- New @Arg annotation for registering command line options declaratively
- New @NbBundle.Messages available on fields
- Subversion 1.7 built-in support
- Improved Find in Projects functionality
- New default locations for userdir and cachedir
- 64-bit launcher for Windows
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