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Spring is around the corner and it is time for another EclipseCon NA.
This year I will be pretty busy: As some of my colleagues unfortunately cannot make it, I took over their sessions, resulting in one talk or tutorial per conference day. And as we decided to bring our XRobots game to our booth, that will likely keep me occupied for the rest of the conference. But I am really looking forward to it!
On Monday morning, Holger and me are giving a tutorial on Xtext for Beginners. [...]
Yakindu Statechart Tools is shipped with a powerful expression language to model the reactive behavior of a state machine. It is a statically typed programming language that is familiar to everyone who knows C or Java. It provides all basic expressions like logical expressions,arithmetic expressions, bitwise arithmetic and bit shifting.
Sometimes you want to create a local (offline) copy of a remote Eclipse p2 repository to achieve independence, stability or simply higher speed. This post discusses approaches to achieve this. How to mirror a p2 Repository? Using Artifact Repositories You can set up your own artifact repository, like Nexus. Support for p2 repository can be added […] The post Local Copy of an Eclipse P2 Repository appeared first on Philipp Hauer's Blog.
Although GMF (Graphical Modeling Framework) editors are an endangered species and future editors will be developed with JavaFX there is still a bunch of GMF editors out there. And most of them have something in common: a lack of usability. The good news are that some usability flaws are easy to fix. In Yakindu Statechart Tools we spend a lot [...]
EclipseCon Europe 2014 was special to me: Miro, Holger and me had been preparing a robot game for our booth, and I was very curious whether it would work as expected and more than that whether people would like it. It turned out to be a blast: Some attendees even spent the after hours to work on their programs offline, and returned to our booth the next [...]
Now that the EclipseCon Europe 2014 is over, it's time to focus on the next big community event: EclipseCon North America 2015 - especially since the deadline for the call for paper is already approaching. Better get your session proposal ready soon, if you want to share something new, cool, interesting or enlightening with your peers. If you are really fast, you may even reach the deadline for the early bird picks. Chances won't get better.
In other words: San Francisco. March 2015. EclipseCon. [...]