OSGi for Eclipse Developers

Martin Lippert (GoPivotal, Inc.), Bernd Kolb (itemis AG), Chris Aniszczyk

Supporting Technology - OSGi DevCon · Long - one hour  slideshare
Wednesday, 11:10, 50 minutes | Grand Ballroom FGH

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There is more than Require-Bundle? Other things than the Extension-Registry for extensibility? Bundles can be really dynamic, without restarting the system? Wow, this sounds strange - at least to many Eclipse developers. This session gives a brief overview what more OSGi gives you to implement real modular and dynamic applications, including: Import-Package vs. Require-Bundle, OSGi-Services and where to use them in Eclipse-based apps, and more...
Martin is a consultant and coach at it-agile GmbH, a company located in Germany that is focused on agile software development. He received a master degree in Computer Science from the University of Hamburg and worked as intern as part of the AspectJ team at Xerox PARC back in '99. While he is helping teams to become more agile he also authored several articles on rich client and server-side development with Eclipse and OSGi runtime technology for the german Eclipse magazine and investigated the combination of aspect and Eclipse technology. He is involved as a committer in the Equinox Incubator project.

Bernd Kolb focuses on model-driven software development and Eclipse technologies. As a consultant, developer and architect he has worked in different domains from tooling for automotive embedded systems to enterprise Java applications. Bernd is a committer at the Eclipse Modeling Project as well as on openArchitectureWare. He is a regular speaker at conferences and has written a number of articles on topics like Model Driven Development, Eclipse and Spring as well as OSGi as well as co-authored a book on OSGi. He can be reached via b.kolb@kolbware.de or bernd.kolb@sap.com

Chris is the co-lead for the Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) project and a jack of all trades at EclipseSource. Chris tends to be all over the place inside the Eclipse community by committing on various Eclipse projects and also bringing in new projects. He sits on the Eclipse Architecture Council, the Technology PMC and the Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors. Chris's passions are software advocacy, open-source, running, tooling, modularity and anything related to Eclipse. He's always available to discuss open-source or Eclipse over a frosty beverage.

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