You can very easily get netbeans to use your full name when it generates code from it templates, rather than what ever you set your account name to be.
Open the menu item
Tools > Templates to get a list of all the templates netbeans has. At the bottom of this list is a folder called
User Configuration properties. Open the folder, select the
User.Properties file and select the
Open in Editor button.
Add your full name and email address in the example format shown in the file
user=Your Name <your.name at your.org>
In my case I entered
user=John Stevenson < john at jr0cket.com >
From now on, when you create a project your full name will be used for the author
@author John Stevenson < john at jr0cket.com >
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