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Frank Sommers

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The Future of NetBeans Posted: Aug 29, 2006 11:43 AM
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In this interview, Tim Boudreau talks about the differences between the NetBeans and Eclipse communities' approach to creating an ecosystem around their respective IDEs. What's your take on the quality-vs-quantity argument? In general, what roles do you see NetBeans and Eclipse play in your daily work?

Anjan Bacchu

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Re: The Future of NetBeans Posted: Aug 29, 2006 1:48 PM
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where is the link ?


Kshitij Aggarwal

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Re: The Future of NetBeans Posted: Sep 1, 2006 8:28 AM
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The interveiw with Tim was really helpful in giving the veiw of the future of Netbeans.
As for suggetions, i would like to take your veiw towards MS Visual Studio 2005. I happen to develop applications both in JAVA and C#.
There are many features thta i have found in visual studio that i really miss in Netbeans. eg. advanced debugger veiw, multiple options in surround-with, automatic space addition in expressions (with mathematical symbols) etc.

What i would like to suggest is to look at other IDE's that maynot be related to java but still have very good features. and since u are open community we can always demand for upgrades unlike Micosoft whom i cannot ask to add features that I like in Netbeans and are missing in Visual Studio :-)

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