See ‘Developing Java EE applications with NetBeans and Payara’ by Payara Founder – Steve Millidge; Lunch sponsored by Payara!



University of Greenwich Campus, London – Friday 29th May

NetBeans Day UK is a free event organised by the NetBeans community. The day will include a wide range of NetBeans related talks for both beginners and experts alike.

Steve Millidge, Founder of Payara will be talking about ‘Developing Java EE applications with NetBeans and Payara’. Other talks on the day include ‘Writing better code with NetBeans IDE’, ‘Open Source Rocks: ionCube, EPIK, Minecraft, and NetBeans’ and more – see below for the full event’s agenda.


There are limited spaces for this free event so make sure you register quickly! Click here to register


NetBeans Day UK Agenda


09:00 – 09:10 Welcome to NetBeans Day

(IDR Solutions, Greenwich, NetBeans)


09:10 – 09:55 KeyNote 1: “What is NetBeans IDE?”

(Geertjan Wielenga, NetBeans)


10:00 – 10:45 KeyNote 2: “The Java Ecosystem in 2014, 2015, and 2016”

(Ben Evans, London JUG)


10:45 – 11:00 Coffee


11:00 – 12:00 Writing Better Code with NetBeans IDE

(Mark Stephens, IDR Solutions)


12:00 – 12:45 Developing Java EE applications with NetBeans and Payara (Steve Millidge, Payara)


12:45 – 13:40 Lunch (sponsored by Payara!) and Exhibition


13:45 – 14:30 Open Source Rocks: ionCube, EPIK, Minecraft, and NetBeans

(Dorine Flies, EPIK and ionCube)


14:35 – 15:20 Greenfoot, BlueJ, NetBeans: Graduating to a Professional IDE

(Davin McCall and Fabio Hedayioglu, University of Kent)


15:30 – 16:15 Design  Patterns in the 21st century

(Samir Talwar, Codurance)


16:15 – 16:30 Coffee


16:30 – 17:15 Developing on the NetBeans Platform : Praxis LIVE / Sharp Statistics

(Neil C Smith, Praxis LIVE and George Bull,Sharp Statistics)


17:20 – 18:05 Building on the Shoulders of Giants with the NetBeans Platform

(Geertjan Wielenga, NetBeans)


18:05 – 18:15 Prize draw and Wrap Up
Don’t miss your chance to win a Payara t-shirt during the raffle at the end of the day! 
See you there!

NetBeans Day UK