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Eclipse in the Enterprise: Lessons from Google

Robert Konigsberg

Making For Eclipse · Standard (25 mins)
Tuesday, 16:15, 25 minutes | Cypress

Tags: Business And Industry
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Providing Eclipse tools to thousands of engineers at Google is a satisfying job, but it's not always easy. In the last two years supporting Eclipse at Google has gone from casual support by enthusiasts in their spare time to a dedicated team mandated to make engineers' lives better. We will talk about the plug-ins we've written and processes we've established to provide features, enterprise deployment and support, and even share some of the pitfalls discovered along the way. 

Robert Konigsberg is a professional software engineer with twenty years of experience, the last three of which have been spent writing Eclipse plug-ins and supporting the Eclipse ecosystem at Google. This is significantly more interesting than his first professional task determining the performance impact of normalizing data in MS-DOS Btrieve tables.