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Congratulations !
However, if IBM takes over SUN your Netbeans stuff will be obsolete.

It doesn't make sense that IBM whose products (Lotus, Rational,...) are based on Eclipse RCP ,will continue supporting Netbeans.

IBM/SUN will hand over Netbeans to the community. This means that there will be no more paid Netbeans developers.
This means that SUN eventually support Eclipse fully :-)

Posted by ThomasW on April 05, 2009 at 12:14 PM CEST #

ThomasW,

you are right - if Netbeans will die, my fourth point: "Netbeans 6.7m2 aka 7.0, The Magic Switch, GF v3 EA, The 40ms EJB Deployment And The Fat Container (7342 views) will disappear. But the first 3 have more to do with Java EE, than Netbeans. ...and I really don't think that Java EE will disappear.
Remember: Netbeans is just an IDE. You project, architecture and whatever you are doing should not be dependent on it...
Btw. why my Netbeans stuff? I'm just a consultant. If it disappears, I will search for viable, open alternative for my current projects...

thanks for your comment!,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on April 05, 2009 at 10:36 PM CEST #

@ThomasW

actually see here: http://twitter.com/AdamBien/status/1452657727
I evaluated it last week - looks promising :-).

Have fun with Java - regardless what you are using to write the code. Btw. I have an IntelliJ somewhere - have only to find it:-)

regards,

adam

Posted by Adam Bien on April 05, 2009 at 10:39 PM CEST #

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