This track has all the sessions that interest me and my work. This includes OSGi
services, RCP GUIs, SOA, and Connecting distributed OSGi servers. Hopefully I'll
win a free pass, because otherwise I can't go.
(3630) Building Service Oriented Bundle Architectures
(3632) Spring and OSGi combined
(3616) Open Data Access - Extension framework for adding Custom Data Sources
Eclipse Ajax Toolkit Framework
Task-focused programming with Mylar
The 2006 Google Summer of Code at Eclipse
Unleash the Power of Refactorings in your Products - Experiences from 5 years refactoring support in JDT
Building the 100 Bundle Application
OneBench: Rich Client on Wall Street
Enterprise Team Development with Maven and Eclipse
OSGi: Was it good for you too?
What sucks about Eclipse
AOP and OSGi - A Marriage Made in Heaven
Services Everywhere: OSGi in Distributed Environments
Enterprise OSGi - how to tackle the problems of large scale applications in OSGi
Service Oriented Device Architecture (SODA)
Secure Desktop Applications with Eclipse RCP
The Good, Bad, and Ugly of OSGi: What we learned building the mSA Backplane
EOS - Eclipse on Swing
Eclipse Community Project Spot Light
Bruce Herr is a CS graduate from Indiana University working in Dr. Katy BÃ¶rner's Information Visualization Lab as a software developer. He enjoys making cool, extensible, usable, and maintainable software. His current projects are the Cyberinfrastructure Shell (CIShell), Taxonomy Validator, InfoVis Cyberinfrastructure, Network Workbench, and SciMaps.org. Notable visualizations he has helped produce are the Internet Movie Database visualization for the Viszards contest at Sunbelt 2006 and the US Patent Hierarchy visualization for the second iteration of Places & Spaces. His personal website is at http://bh2.net.