Java Posse: Roundup 09 - Java Plugin Architectures

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Roundup 09 - Plug-in Architectures in JavaFully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.com NetBeans pluginshttp://platform.netbeans.org/tutorials/nbm-google.html IntelliJ pluginshttp://www.jetbrains.com/idea/plugins/plugin_developers.html Hudson pluginshttp://wiki.hudson-c...

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Roundup 09 - Plug-in Architectures in JavaFully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.com

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  • Kirsty Doherty, Oliver Widder and Amy Ehmann for Java Posse artwork
  • Brian Ehmann - the Java Posse intern
  • Craig Muth for maintaining the Java Posse Memorizable site - http://memorizable.org/Java_Posse
  • Theme Music:
    • Opening - "Java" the parody song Copyright 1997 Broken Records and Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI),
      written and performed by Loose Bruce Kerr of the Dr. Demento Show and Sun Microsystems attorney.
      Based on the WWI popular song, "Ja-da." Ukelele style on the recording taught to Bruce by his dad.
      Re-produced with kind permission from "Loose" Bruce Kerr - http://loosebrucekerr.libsyn.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAX0gJt-aZg
    • Closing - Juan Carlos Jimenez - In the House (Intro No. 1)
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  • The Java Posse consists of Tor Norbye, Carl Quinn, Joe Nuxoll and Dick Wall

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