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NetBean IDE Beta Certification Exam: SCSNI

Are you a Programmer who is responsible for developing Java desktop and Java web applications using the NetBeans IDE? If so, this is your opportunity to get involved in the creation of the Netbeans IDE exam!

As a beta tester, you officially test the test and will be able to provide Sun with valuable comments and technical feedback about the Netbeans IDE questions. The Sun beta exam counts towards official Sun Certified Specialist Netbeans IDE (SCSNI) Certification!

Beta Dates: October 15, 2008 thru November 5, 2008

Registration Exam Start Date: October 13, 2008

Passing the exam entitles you to the full status of Sun Certified Specialist Netbeans IDE, and you will receive aSun certification kit. A certification kit will have your certificate, Logo Agreement and Letter.

Candidates will have 195 minutes to complete 160 questions, which should allow you time to respond to all questions and provide your valuable comments while taking the exam.

This beta exam is offered Worldwide at any Authorized Prometric Testing Center!

Recommended Prerequisites

  • Candidates should have six to twelve months experience programming with the Netbeans IDE.

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NetBeans IDE 6.5 Beta Released!!!!

Netbeans.org is proud to announce the availability of NetBeans IDE 6.5 Beta.Netbeans

NetBeans IDE 6.5 Beta introduces several new features, including a robust IDE for PHP, JavaScript debugging for Firefox and IE, and support for Groovy and Grails. This release also includes a number of enhancements for Java, Ruby and Rails, and C/C++ development. Java feature highlights include: built-in support for Hibernate, Eclipse project import, and compile on save.

NetBeans IDE 6.5 Beta Highlights:

PHP

  • Code Completion
  • Quick Fixes and Semantic Checks
  • FTP Support
  • Debugging with Xdebug
  • Support for popular Web Services

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Interested in Open Source Java Projects?

As i was going through Amit Kumar Saha’s blog at Blogspot, I found a post on “Participating in Open source Java Projects“. Actually sometime back i had asked Ashwin on what i can probably do using Java and he had mentioned trying out java.net . But this post has whole lot of resources for contributing to java Projects. A really detailed post, must read for Java programmers is what i say, especially those interested in Open Source Java Projects.

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