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Nikola is a Teaching Assistant now

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It is a great pleasure to annonce that, starting today, Nikola Milikic is officially a teaching assistant at FON - School of Business Administration, University of Belgrade. Welcome, Nikola, and congratulations!

Zoran certified as NetBeans Platform trainer

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After the recent training course for NetBeans Platform at Belgrade University, given by Geertjan Wielenga (Oracle) and Zoran Sevarac (FOS), Zoran is officialy promoted to Certified NetBeans  Platform trainer. Now we are authorized to give official NetBeans Platform trainings, which enables us to train more developers and use NetBeans Platform as a base for our research and development projects.

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Nenad is a PhD now

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We are glad to announce that our member Nenad Krdzavac has successfully defended his PhD thesis, "Intelligent Systems and Composite Structures", on March 23, 2011. Congratulations, Nenad!

Vladimir is a BSc now

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We are glad to announce that today our member Vladimir Kolarevic has successfully defended his BSc thesis, "Developing Modular Applications on the NetBeans Platform". Congratulations, Vladimir!

Vitomir Kovanovic awarded with C.D. Nelson Memorial Graduate Scholarship

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We are glad to announce that our member Vitomir Kovanovic was awarded by the Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, Canada with the prestigeous C. D. Nelson Memorial Graduate Scholarship for 2011-2012 academic year. Congratulations Vitomir!

Neural Networks on the NetBeans Platform

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Neuroph Studio is a Java neural network development environment built on top of the NetBeans Platform and Neuroph Framework. It is an IDE-like environment customized for neural network development. Neuroph Studio is a GUI that sits on top of Neuroph Framework. Neuroph Framework is a full-featured Java framework that provides classes for building neural networks.

In addition to providing easy-to-use neural network wizards and tools, Neuroph Studio also integrates basic Java development modules from the NetBeans IDE, so developers can create, test, and deploy various Java components based on neural networks in the same environment. Previously, developers usually needed two applications: one for neural network development and one for Java development.
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