EclipseCon was very good this year. The new venue and some new format ideas seemed to work.
In days gone by the EclipseCon online program had ics calendar entries so you could just click and have a talk added to your calendar.
Earlier today we released a new version of the sample code for the OSGi and Equinox book.
Finally! Moments ago I received my personal copy of the new OSGi and Equinox book
Today we formalized some changes in the Eclipse Series of books.
We’ve reached the 20th of Movember and its time for a progress report from this Eclipse Mommitter.
Its mid-Movember and things are getting hairy in Eclipse-land. A dedicated team of committers, the Eclipse Mommitters, have banded together to grow moustaches to raise awareness of men’s health issues.
Autumn is in the air (wouldn’t know it here. 17C!) so it must be time for the Fall line up of “Eclipse days” and demo camps.
Ever wondered about Eclipse as a runtime technology? Wanted to know what this OSGi stuff was all about?
Cool logo and cool sessions at ESE. At ESE in a couple weeks we are running both an EclipseRT tutorial and symposium.
The refactoring support in Eclipse has always amazed me. Not only is there a refactoring for just about everything, many of the different Eclipse tools hook into the refactoring support.
In a previous post, I mentioned that an OSGi and Equinox book is in the works.
Last week Chris Aniszczyk and I did a free three hour OSGi and Equinox Jumpstart webinar.
For those of you who don’t know, RAP (the Rich Ajax Platform) provides the ability to run your Eclipse application on a server and have the UI served up in the browser using Ajax techniques.
Those of you following the recent discussion in the Eclipse PMC mailing list will know that Philippe Mulet, our fearless leader is changing his focus some.
As you may have seen, Mike posted the nominees for the 2009 elected board members race the other day.
Today we announced the creation of EclipseSource. As the press release puts it, this is really a win-win-win situation for the eco-system, the projects and the EclipseSource team.