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JDT Fundamentals

Olivier Thomann (IBM ), Deepak Azad

Making For Eclipse · Tutorial (120 mins)
Tuesday, 10:00, 2 hours | Lafayette

Tags: Java
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The Java development tools (JDT) contribute a set of plug-ins for Java development. Like the Eclipse Platform it provides APIs and extension points inviting developers to extend and customize the Java tooling.

The tutorial introduces the core infrastructure (Java model, DOM/AST, search engine, type hierarchy, batch compiler), discusses the design decisions behind it and shows examples of extensions using the Eclipse JDT API and extension points.

 

Olivier Thomann is a software developer with IBM Rational Software at the IBM Ottawa labs, and has been a committer on the Eclipse project since its inception. He is the JDT/Core team lead and has been a key contributor to the team where he focused on bytecode generation, java formatter, DOM/AST creation. He is also one of the initial contributor to the project API Tooling.

Deepak Azad is a software developer with IBM Rational Software at the IBM Bangalore labs, and is currently part of the Eclipse JDT UI team. He obtained his BE in Computer Engineering from NSIT Delhi in 2007 and has been with IBM since then.

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