lundi 19 octobre 2015

NetBeans Day Paris 2015

On the 16th of October was hold the first NetBeans Day event in France thanks to Geertjan Wielenga (@geertjanw), Nebrass Lamouchi (@NebrassLamouchi) and Paul Bernardi from Davidson who hosted the event.
It was great to meet people from such a vibrant community and to be able to meet in real life actual users of my WildFly plugin.

Thanks to Charles Sabourdin (@kanedafromparis) from the Paris JUG and Devoxx France the presentations where filmed and hopefully you might watch them shortly.
Geertjan and Eric Barboni (of NetCat fame) showed us how full of life is the NetBeans community and how the NetCat program works from the inside, giving the community a veto over a release of the IDE.
This famous NetCat program is the proud father of JBoss Tools - Community Acceptance Testing (CAT)
I was impressed by seeing how many teachers and universities use Netbeans to teach programming.

We saw various usage of Netbeans from the IDE tool with Nebrass showing us how to develop a Java EE Rest application with an Angular JS front end (ot bad he didin't use WildFly), to the various usages of the Netbeans platform.
Be aware people from Ivory Coast that thanks to NetBeans and Fabrice Irie the IRS is tracking you
You may also check Geertjan's blog entry on the event : NetBeans Day Paris in Tweets! (Geertjan's Blog)

1 commentaire:

ndogg34 a dit…


Commenting on an almost 10 year old blog post. That's how desperate I am.

I saw your pull requests on git contained a failed test referencing the the error message " 'simple1' already exists in the deployment repository (use --force to replace the existing content in the repository)." Given your work on WildFly, I was wondering if you might have any insight as to how I would implement the call of the --force flag in my maven build?

I am working on a project using the wildfly-jar-maven-plugin with the jboss eap wildfly galleon feature pack to create a bootable jar for deploying my application within a container. The problem I am running into is that I want to replace the standalone.xml configuration in wildfly.jar.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, and even if you never see this, I hope you have nice day.