MichelGraciano

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I am Brazilian, nowadays I live in Morro da Fumaça - SC - Brazil. I really love my country, our people and mainly our beaches.
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Michel Graciano has more than 12 years of experience with the Java platform, working for Betha Sistemas as system architect and [http://codigoefetivo.com.br/ Código Efetivo] as instructor. Michel is actively involved with open source projects, such as NetBeans and genesis, and has delivered talks at JustJava, The Developer's Conference and JavaOne conferences.
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I've been working for Summa Technologies do Brasil since 2007 as a Java consultant. I was also one of the [http://translatedfiles.netbeans.org/index_pt_BR.html NetBeans translation for Brazilian Portuguese] coordinators, working since NetBeans 5.0. I am a active [http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetCAT NetCATer] and [http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetFIX NetFIXer] too as well now I have been just nominated a [http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetBeansDreamTeam NetBeans DreamTeam] member :-D
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His long time contributions to NetBeans started with the [http://translatedfiles.netbeans.org/index_pt_BR.html Portuguese translation] project, continued through participation in the [http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetFIX NetFIX] and [http://wiki.netbeans.org/NetCAT NetCAT] programs, leading him to become a NetBeans Dream Team member.
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I've a NetBeans plugin which provides the functionality of maintain a history cache for Copy actions. This history cache can be accessed for the user, which can select the appropriated String which will be pasted in selected editor. See details at [https://copypastehistory.dev.java.net/ Copy and Paste History Module].
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He has developed a couple of plugin which provides functionality such as maintain a history of the string values copied and cuted to the IDE clipboard. This history cache can be accessed for the user, which can select the appropriated string which will be pasted in selected editor. See details at [https://copypastehistory.dev.java.net/ Copy and Paste History Module]. Another plugin he has developed is to automatically save all the unsaved files opened in the IDE. Details about this one you can find in [http://plugins.netbeans.org/PluginPortal/faces/PluginDetailPage.jsp?pluginid=37077 Autosave module page].
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I have a blog too, in english and portuguese, http://www.michelgraciano.com, where you can find out more informations about me.
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There is a blog too, in english and portuguese, http://www.michelgraciano.com.br/, where you can find more informations about Java ans other stuff.
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You can contact me by [mailto:hmichel@netbeans.org e-mail] too.
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Current revision as of 02:19, 15 August 2015

Michel Graciano has more than 12 years of experience with the Java platform, working for Betha Sistemas as system architect and Código Efetivo as instructor. Michel is actively involved with open source projects, such as NetBeans and genesis, and has delivered talks at JustJava, The Developer's Conference and JavaOne conferences.

His long time contributions to NetBeans started with the Portuguese translation project, continued through participation in the NetFIX and NetCAT programs, leading him to become a NetBeans Dream Team member.

He has developed a couple of plugin which provides functionality such as maintain a history of the string values copied and cuted to the IDE clipboard. This history cache can be accessed for the user, which can select the appropriated string which will be pasted in selected editor. See details at Copy and Paste History Module. Another plugin he has developed is to automatically save all the unsaved files opened in the IDE. Details about this one you can find in Autosave module page.

There is a blog too, in english and portuguese, http://www.michelgraciano.com.br/, where you can find more informations about Java ans other stuff.

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