NetBeans kicks ass!

I’ve been trying the NetBeans IDE (free) both at Windows XP and at Linux (Ubuntu) and it’s wonderful.
I haven’t tried the lastest Visual Studio 2010 but NetBeans severely beats up Visual Studio 2008!
The version <= 6.7 supports the UML modeling plugin but it only seems to support Java when generating code :S

Visual Paradigm SDE is recommended for latest versions of NetBeans and the payed version not only supports generation of code and sync with the UML models for it but it also supports Visual Studio, even if programming C#. Wonderful.

You can try it for 10 days or 30 if request a free trial license. There are methods to extend this, of course, using a virtual machine with undo hard disk image 😉

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