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Ideavirus + NetBeans Exam = Stronger and Wiser Java Developers

 
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How much fun would the slinky, rubik's cube or the hula hoop be, if no one knew about them?

I personally feel that the NetBeans IDE exam isn't popular because few people actually know about it... but the following may help...

Ideavirus + NetBeans Exam = Stronger and Wiser Java Developers

If any rancher can help add the two together, it would be much appreciated, I would love to see the NetBeans IDE exam gain in popularity as it's really essential that software developers are empowered with the proper tools.

If you don't have time to read about the ideavirus, from one developer to another... could you please take the time to let others know that there *is* a NetBeans IDE certification that can validate a software engineer as an expert in the IDE space.

Thanks,
-- Robert
 
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