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Developer Onboarding: Getting Developers Productive in Minutes Instead of Days

Jason Van Zyl (Sonatype ), Pascal Rapicault (RAPICORP )

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

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Developers sacrifice days to the inefficient process of configuring a new development environment every time they begin a new project or set up a new workstation. Onboarding enables developers to constitute a full Eclipse environment including Eclipse, plugins, source code branches, and continuous integration jobs. Onboarding cuts the configuring time from multiple days to minutes and allows an organization to standardize and capture development environment configuration in a single location, enabling developers to start coding with a single mouse click.

Jason van Zyl is the Founder and CTO of Sonatype, the leader in Java development infrastructure whose customers include Intuit, Cisco, Qualcomm, Vanguard and E*Trade. Jason has over 10 years of experience in open source and proprietary enterprise software development. An open source enthusiast, Jason is the founder of the Apache Maven project, and the original benefactor of the Nexus, Tycho, and M2Eclipse projects.

Pascal Rapicault leads the Equinox p2 team, dedicated to provide a cross platform provisioning technology at Eclipse. Over his years of involvement at Eclipse, Pascal has shaped the Eclipse component story by contributing to the runtime, build and provisioning aspects, thus defining how components are designed, developed, built, deployed and finally executed. His current interests include providing a complete end to end solution to ease component development. More generally he is interested in software development and bringing research ideas to products.