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Yesterday Amazon launched a new service called AWS Elastic Beanstalk. It's basically a Tomcat hosting service. You can upload your WAR files via a web interface, to an instance of a Linux cloud image pre-configured with Tomcat. This is from the official Amazon description: AWS Elastic Beanstalk is an even easier way for you to quickly deploy and manage applications in the AWS cloud. You simply...

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Doing live presentations is always challenging, isn't it? Especially here, at EclipseCon, I like to integrate some demo elements in my talks, but in case you are relying on external resources, such as a network, there is always the chance that it is not going to work during your presentation. And that's exactly what happened when we did our talk on Monday. For those who couldn't...

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We are all busy preparing our talks and demonstrations for EclipseCon, aren't we? This year I am trying to use in all of my talks a common set of examples. The plan is to showcase technology from several projects. I will start with the EPP Download Wizard (at the moment 'Friends-of-Eclipse' only) from my EPP project that has been build as a RAP application and uses...

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