Author: Jonas Helming

We had a great Democamp and birthday party in Munich. Thanks go to all the speakers, volunteers and attendees! The evening started with a keynote by Ed Merks. He summarized 10 very interesting years. Some of the events he mentioned were already known, some were surprising, e.g. when Ian Bull started to use EMF in 2003 :-)   The second speaker, Kai Toedter showed a real working demo...

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Munich Democamps have always been fun! Need proof? See here! We are looking forward to celebrating Eclipse's 10th birthday at the Democamp in Munich on November 15th. This time the Democamp will be located at the EclipseSource office (Agnes-Pockels-Bogen 1). The seats are limited to 100 so if you plan to attend, please register soon. If you want to present, please send me a description of...

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In Munich, we are currently looking forward to two events: The last week-end at the Oktober Fest and even more important the Eclipse Stammtisch on upcoming Tuesday 6pm. We have already over 20 registrations including the legendary Mr. Eclipse Foundation Europe, Ralph Müller. Furthermore, we will have interesting demonstrations. Arno will present the Loggifier, a tool that inserts code into Java...

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Sorry for the eye catcher, I meant "München" :-) To shorten the time until EclipseCon Europe, we cordially invite you to the Eclipse Stammtisch München on October 4th. The Stammtisch is always a good opportunity to meet the community in your region and talk about Eclipse and of course, non-Eclipse topics. If you would like to attend, please register for this event, as we...

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Some of you may have seen Yoxos 5 at EclipseCon 2011.  For those who aren't familiar with it, Yoxos 5 is a tool that enables the creation of a profile that describes your Eclipse installation. Another developer can start the same Eclipse installation by clicking on a .yoxos file. Yoxos will download and install all necessary plugins, set the preferences, connect to the source code...

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The results of the evaluations for the EclipseCon 2011 talks and tutorials is out. I thought it would be interesting to know which talks and tutorials were rated best. So I took the data from the PDF and did a little calculation. Disclaimer / Government Health Warning: Any of these calculations may or may not be statistically significant.  They may include huge biases such as time...

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This is the second part of the tutorial presented at EclipseCon. We'll be building on the model created in the first part of the tutorial, which you can find  here.   We'll give you an overview of available technologies through links to several Ignite talks that introduced various frameworks building on EMF.  If you would like to have your framework included, please let me know. 4 EMF...

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So this is my first post at the new location. As Jochen announced earlier, Maximilian and me are joining EclipseSource in Munich. We are very happy about this and look forward to the collaboration. Today, we have presented the Tutorial "What every Eclipse Developer should know about EMF" at EclipseCon. I will blog the tutorial here step by step. You can download a PDF version of...

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