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JRebel + Eclipse: Eliminate redeploys

Toomas Römer, Erkki Lindpere

Making with Eclipse · Sponsored
Monday, 14:00, 20 minutes | Cypress

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Slow redeploys? Tired of waiting? JRebel eliminates redeploys. Save ~1hr daily.

Since 2007, we have been developing a tool called JRebel that boosts developer productivity by eliminating redeploys and restarts. You can add/change/remove fields/methods/classes/resources without restarting the application under development. We have mainly concentrated on web applications, but the same approach can be used for Eclipse plugin/RCP development. Would you like to restart your Eclipse IDE 95% less? In this session, I will have three slides and two demos how to use JRebel to rock your development productivity and keep yourself in the flow.

Toomas was an R&D specialist in Webmedia and has been the core developer for ZeroTurnaround products since 2007. Once a Linux junkie, he was fooled by Apple into proprietory OS and devices. He is a big fan of JUGs, OSS communities and beer. He blogs at dow.ngra.de, tweets from @toomasr and also runs the chesspastebin.com website. In his spare time he crashes Lexuses while test driving them, plays chess, Go and Starcraft. Looks can fool you; he will probably beat you in Squash.

Erkki was a Java architect/engineer in Helmes, Proekspert and Codehoop; he joined ZeroTurnaround last year to create more awesome! He has been a long time Eclipse fan, and does not even fully believe that there are other IDEs. A few years ago he was quite taken by Scala and had to be hypnotized to make him write Java again. He tweets under the moniker @t4ffer and has a blog at villane.wordpress.com where he sometimes writes about Eclipse, Scala and game developement, another one of his hobbies. He has not practiced a lot lately, but may very well still beat you in billiards.

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