Abhishek Gupta

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My First Session On Netbeans IDE and J2SE

Posted by abhiitechie on April 25, 2009

This was the debut session conducted by me as a CA . In the first part of my Demo I covered many topics related to Netbeans Intelligent Text Editor and showed them techniques like Code-Insertion , Code-Refactoring ,Using Javadoc , Live Code Parser and error checker , Local History , Code completion , Instant renaming , Compile on Save,and lots of other cool stuffs. I explained them how to use the Profiler and the Debugger. I explained them the use of Version Control and automated testing (Unit Testing) .

This was followed by a basic demonstration on the Swing Gui Builder and with functionalities like Automatic feedback , Quick Component Insertion , Anchoring , Alignment . After this I expained the basic features of event handling and demonstrated it with a small application built using the Swing Builder .

As people asked for more meat so I continued out of my plan to demonstrate them easy Data Binding using MySQL database , JTable and Java Persistence API showing them how to createa CRUD application in 5 mins! On audience demand I also showed them how to import an existing PHP-MySQL project in Netbeans and showed them advantage of using WEB 2.0 frameworks like JMaki and Dojo directly into the existing PHP project. I gave them an introduction to Visual Web Java Server Faces by demonstrating them how to populated a Woodstock Table from a MYSQL database using simple drag-drop.

Many obvious questions like why Netbeans over Eclipse which I think I answered satisfactorily. Many people came to me afterwards asking more details about multibooting Solaris and more about Web 2.0 and AJAX. I was on the top of the world when people actually clapped at the end of the talk. All in all a nice experience.

Here are some of the pictures from the Session

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