Rich Unger is currently on the NetBeans Governance Board and has been a contributor to NetBeans for several years. He was honored at this year's NetBeans Software Day for his valuable contribution to the NetBeans platform.
In this interview Rich talks about NetBeans 5.0, NetBeans Profiler and the changing Java IDE market. He shares his views on plugin development for the NetBeans platform and on Eclipse. He also elaborates on why he thinks the field is wide open for client frameworks for desktop java apps and how it could come down to Swing vs SWT.
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Friday, November 04, 2005
Posted by EclipseTracker at 1:30 AM