Getting Hooked on the Equinox Framework
Eclipse RCP: Experiences along the way
Introduction to Eclipse Data Binding
Notes 8: Eclipse RCP teaches old dog new tricks!
Contributing to Menus with the new API
OneBench: Rich Client on Wall Street
Meet Hitachi, XFire, and MyEclipse 5.5
Robert Lefkowitz Keynote
Cool stuff in Equinox
Rich Client Markup Language (RCML) â€“ Easy RCP development for domain experts
Ubiquitous Eclipse: Equinox everywhere
Services Everywhere: OSGi in Distributed Environments
UI Testing in the Real World: Myths and Realities
The Coming RCP Revolution BoF
Scott Adams Keynote
Herbert Thompson Keynote
Eclipse Rich Client Platform: Tips & Tricks
Secure Desktop Applications with Eclipse RCP
Putting your Build to the Test: Automated JUnit and Performance Testing the Eclipse Way
Implementing and Deploying Extension Points for Existing Plug-ins with the Aspects Incubator
Patrick Paulin is a software developer and entrepreneur with more than 15 years of programming experience, including 8 years of experience with Java and 3 years with the Eclipse Rich Client Platform. Patrick presented on the topic "Plugin Architecture for RCP Applications" at EclipseCon 2006.
Patrick spends much of his time offering the RCP Quickstart service, which helps get new RCP project teams quickly up to speed. He is also the founder and principal of Market Contours, a software company producing tools for traders in financial markets.
Patrick holds a BA from the University of Chicago in Medieval European History, which comes in handy almost every day. He currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin with his wife and two daughters.