Sessions with slides

Deploying Gerrit Code Review
Shawn Pearce [Google], Magnus Bäck [Google], Stefan Lay [SAP AG], Matthias Sohn [SAP AG]
ALM Connect

For years Gerrit Code Review has been the driving force behind the development of the Android operating system, and is widely adopted by Git users everywhere. Install, configure and use a Gerrit...

Disciplined Agile Delivery: The Foundation for Scaling Agile
Mark Lines [Scott Ambler + Associates]
ALM Connect

As they’ve adopted agile strategies, many organizations have tailored a combination of team-level Scrum and Extreme Programming (XP) practices. However, large enterprise organizations have learned...

Injection in Eclipse 4: All you need to know about it
Olivier Prouvost [OPCoach]
Eclipse 4

The mechanism of injection in Eclipse 4 is powerful but still somewhat enigmatic for most developers, and it is essential to master it in order to develop properly with Eclipse 4.


Modern UIs with JavaFX, OSGi, and e4 and the tooling provided by e(fx)clipse
Thomas Schindl
Eclipse 4

Interested in a modern UI-Toolkit? If yes this session is for you!

We'll start with introducing you to JavaFX and the tooling you get for your favorite IDE and afterwards take a deep dive...

Profiling C/C++ Applications Using Eclipse
Jeff Johnston , Roland Grunberg [Red Hat]

This tutorial will focus on the Eclipse C/C++ Profiling tools supplied by the Linux Tools project. Tool strengths will be discussed as well as overlap in functionality between them. Attendees...

Challenges in Telecom industry: Software Product line on Steroids
Sabri Skhiri [EURA NOVA], Olivier Moises [Generic Concept]

Huawei develops – as one of the top-2 telecom vendors - a wide set of telecom solutions in different domains : NgIN, Billing engine, Service Delivery Platform, Rich Communication Suite, IP TV but...

Continuous Integration at Google Scale
John Micco ( [Google, Inc]
ALM Connect

Continuous integration systems play a crucial role in modern software development practices, keeping software working while it is being developed. The basic steps most continuous integration...

Equinox: Improving and Evolving the Core Framework
Thomas Watson [IBM]

The Equinox OSGi Framework implementation has provided the core modularity runtime used by Eclipse for 9 releases and the reference implementation of the OSGi Framework for the past 5 OSGi...

Continuous Deployment and Testing for Mobile Apps - The Cloud Revolution You've Never Heard Of
Mark Prichard [CloudBees]
ALM Connect

The emergence of PaaS (Platform as a Service) - where application development and runtime services are available on-demand in the cloud - is delivering an unexpected benefit for development...

Shake that FUD; How to migrate your Eclipse 3 legacy code to Eclipse 4
Wim Jongman [Remain Software / Industrial-TSI], Lars Vogel
Eclipse 4

You have been working with Eclipse 3 RCP since 2007 or so. The platform has been very good to you and this has resulted in a number of applications. Although it had been announced for a few years...

Creating Data Driven Web Apps with BIRT (Presented by Actuate)
Michael Williams [Actuate]
Web Development

Why spend the time structuring and processing your data, only to turn around and present it in some boring format, like a list or table? Using BIRT to make your application’s data visualizations...

Virgo Nano Web, the enterprise ready Eclipse server
Lazar Kirchev [SAP AG]

OSGi Enterprise specification provides OSGi equivalents for many of the enterprise technologies. In Eclipse these are implemented by the Gemini projects.

However, what to do in case of a...

Combining the power of IBM Watson and OSGi
David Taieb [IBM]

IBM Watson is the most advanced question answering system in the world. After its impressive showing on the Jeopardy! game show, IBM is putting Watson to work with new domains like healthcare and...

Eclipse 4 Goes Formal: API You Can Rely On:
Eric Moffatt [IBM Rational Canada]
Eclipse 4

As more folks start wanting to do cool things with Eclipse 4 we've been getting increasing pressure to formalize our API...ok, OK !

This talk will present the official API available in...

Building an open community: feedback from the M2M trenches
Benjamin CABE [Sierra Wireless]

When we launched the M2M Industry Working Group in 2011, we came up with the proposition of delivering all the enablers allowing the development of an end-to-end M2M solution, from the development...

Deployment-oriented development with Puppet
Deepak Giridharagopal [Puppet Labs]
ALM Connect

There is the code that you've written, and then there are the systems
upon which that code executes. Developers take it for granted that
they can modify their code, refactor it, split...

From 1 RPM to 10,000 RPM -- ALM in the As-a-Service Age
Steve Harris [CloudBees]
ALM Connect

Companies thinking in terms of 9-18 month delivery cycles are bringing a knife to the as-a-service era gunfight. The as-a-service world requires a new generation of tools and a new way of working...

DevOps Without Dev Is Dead On Arrival
Ashish Kuthiala [Electric Cloud]
ALM Connect

Software applications are often the engine of business today, and to gain a competitive advantage, they need to quickly innovate and respond to change without compromising quality. To meet these...

High Quality Agile - Incorporating Quality into Your Agile Process and Organization Means Working Faster and Smarter
Lorinda Brandon [SmartBear Software]
ALM Connect

Your executive management is pressuring you to adopt Agile. You've heard that Agile does get your software built faster with fewer resources, but you've also heard that there is no way to maintain...

Can't Live with It, Can't Live without It: Test Strategies for Agile Teams
brad hipps [HP]
ALM Connect

A hard truth: without continuous testing, Agile delivery isn’t possible. Yet ask any QA Director whose team has recently engaged in Agile projects how test automation is being leveraged, and you’...

Continuous testing with Jubula – where the rubber meets the road!
Markus Tiede [BREDEX GmbH]
ALM Connect

You've got software. You've got a list of features to implement. You've got some automated tests. You've got upcoming releases. The only glue that is going to make this scenario work is Continuous...

Visual Requirements Management and Decomposition with Kanban
Mahesh Singh [Digite, Inc.]
ALM Connect

Agile teams do a great job working on User Stories in each Iteration or Release and delivering them all - well mostly! - using the typical Scrum Story Board or even a Kanban Board. However, there...

Continuous Inspection with Sonar
Olivier Gaudin [SonarSource]
ALM Connect

With Agile Methodology, source code is very much in the center of focus as being an element that must mute constantly over time to be able to keep embracing changes. This key capability to...

No Stone Unturned - The journey of getting from one release a year to Continuous Delivery
Kai-Uwe Maetzel [IBM]
ALM Connect

If you reliably ship a major product release once a year, you don't wake up one morning, flip a switch and you are successfully in Continuous Delivery mode. In order to get there you fundamentally...

Adopting Agile Methods and Open Source Tools in a Large Enterprise
Manuel Vacelet [Enalean], Domenic Alessi [Ericsson]
ALM Connect

Tuleap Open ALM is the first Enterprise Grade Open Source ALM.
Born on the basis of venerable, it provides all ALM features (defect tracking, source control, documentation,...

Beyond Gerrit: Performing Rich Reviews with Eclipse Mylyn
Miles Parker [Tasktop Technologies, Inc.], Sebastien Dubois [Ericsson]
ALM Connect

Peer Code Reviews methodologies in general, and Gerrit in particular, have led a profound shift in the way we develop software. With the rapid acceptance of code reviews as an integral part of...

Leveraging W3C Linked Data, OSLC, and Open Source for Loosely Coupled Application Integrations
Steve Speicher [IBM Rational], Michael Fiedler [IBM Rational]
ALM Connect

Tim Berners-Lee, credited as the inventor of the internet, defined a concept of linked data (HTTP + RDF) that defines how applications can use Web standards to build scalable applications that...

It's all about feedback - code review as a great tool in the agile toolbox
Stefan Lay [SAP AG], Matthias Sohn [SAP AG]
ALM Connect

Agile software engineering practices like Pair Programming, Test Driven Development and Continuous Integration have one thing in common: They help the team to get feedback as fast as possible. In...

Building a VM based Custom Application in an Agile CI Environment in a Timely Manner
James Watt
ALM Connect

When virtualization and agility intersect, there are 2 competing concerns. Agility best practices include continuous integration with a rapid build feedback loop. With virtualization - self...

This ALM is a confluence of parallels !
Jyothi G.Shivashankar [Robert Bosch], Ryan Brooks [The Boeing Company]
ALM Connect

This ALM is a confluence of two high-end engineering industries – the Automotive and the Aerospace industries !
This ALM is a confluence of two successful collaborative...

Real World: Tycho
David Carver
ALM Connect

There are some differences when you use Tycho as part of a Corporate product. Not everything resides nicely into the Maven or Eclipse world. You have to deal with remote developers,...

Java DSLs with Xtext
Jan Koehnlein [itemis]

Building DSLs with Xtext is easy: You define the most convenient syntax and generate whatever code you like from it.

But integrating these DSLs within a Java project usually involves...

EMF Community, time for moving on Eclipse4 thanks to the Extended Editing Framework 2.0!
Goulwen Le Fur [Obeo]

Since Juno, Eclipse4 is the default platform for the Eclipse Community. It's time for the project to think about migrating on this new base. This year, the Extended Editing Framework...

Your custom modeling environment definition made easy. At last!
Stephane Bonnet [Thales], Cedric Brun [Obeo]

This talk introduces a powerful, field-proven technology allowing the easy and rapid development of custom modeling environments. Both simple enough to be exploited by non-EMF experts and...

Deploying Heterogeneous Artifacts to the Cloud with OSGi
Neil Bartlett [Paremus Ltd]
OSGi DevCon

OSGi is a wonderful platform for cloud deployment... but modern software stacks are increasingly heterogeneous in nature. This means that alongside our OSGi bundles we must be able to deploy non-...

What's new in the Http Service Specification
Felix Meschberger [Adobe]
OSGi DevCon

This talk will present the state of the specification work following up on RFP-150, Http Service Updates. This is a major update to...

Modularity in the Cloud: a Case Study
Marcel Offermans [Luminis Technologies], Paul Bakker [Luminis Technologies]
OSGi DevCon

Running in the cloud introduces many new challenges. How to deal with hot updates and auto-scaling for example? Modularity helps solving many of these challenges. In this presentation you will see...

Graham Charters [IBM]
OSGi DevCon

There are a number component models available to OSGi developers; Declarative Services (DS), Blueprint (BP), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI). Some have their...

Managing Installations and Provisioning of OSGi Applications
Carsten Ziegeler [Adobe]
OSGi DevCon

There are many different solutions for provisioning an OSGi application and maintaining its modules. The OSGi Installer from the Apache Sling project is a generic installation mechanism and...

OSGi Cloud Ecosystems
David Bosschaert [Red Hat]
OSGi DevCon

OSGi and Cloud Computing go very well together. Previously held OSGi Cloud Workshops have shown that many people are using or planning to use OSGi in the Cloud. This session focuses how OSGi can...

OSGi Subsystems: from theory to practice
Glyn Normington [SpringSource / VMware]
OSGi DevCon

The OSGi Subsystems specification is now published. Subsystems provide a way of structuring large systems comprising many OSGi bundles - a "no brainer" for architects who want to build a modular...

The Art of Java Performance Tuning
Ed Merks [itemis]
Cool Stuff (Other)

Performance tuning Java is as much an art as it is a science. Understanding the intrinsic performance characteristics of method calls, heap allocations, and casts is essential for developing...

Eclipse/OSGi Puzzlers - Traps and Pitfalls
Benjamin Muskalla [Tasktop], Holger Staudacher [EclipseSource]
Cool Stuff (Other)

Every API has its quirks. Based on the popular 'Java Puzzlers' talks by Joshua Bloch we will present the first Eclipse/OSGi Puzzles talk....

Are you user friendly? Improve your designs and delight your customers with fast and easy user feedback
April de Vries [IBM Rational]
Cool Stuff (Other)

Sure, you've got the coding thing down pat- but do you have UX? You can! In this presentation, we'll share the benefits and lessons learned from creating and moderating a user community dedicated...

Scaling Up JGit
Shawn Pearce [Google]
Cool Stuff (Other)

For years Gerrit Code Review has embedded JGit as critical component. Now take a peek under the...

Developing mobile applications with Eclipse Scout
Ken Lee [BSI Business Systems Integration AG], Andreas Hoegger [ BSI Business Systems Integration AG]
Mobile Development

With the growing popularity of mobile devices accessing business critical data, the demand for user interfaces optimized for mobile devices is getting more and more important. Today, the...

Highly Interactive Mobile Apps with RAP
Holger Staudacher [EclipseSource], Jordi Boehme Lopez [EclipseSource]
Mobile Development

Smartphones and Tablets have become ubiquitous. The competitiveness of the market is a win for consumers but a nightmare for developers. To write an application targeted for multiple devices,...

Marketing an Open Source Project
Dave Neary [Red Hat]

Marketing is something we all do, whether we realise it or not. Marketing in Open Source starts when you're writing the software - who am I writing for? What will it do? Where will I announce it?...

Code Recommenders: Developers come and go but the code remains
Andreas Sewe [Codetrails], Marcel Bruch [Codetrails]

Do you know how long it takes for a new developer to become productive? And do you really know what the developer you let go just last week was working?

While developers come and go, their...

Buildroot Eclipse Bundle : A powerful IDE for Embedded Linux developers
Melanie Bats [Obeo]

Buildroot is a tool designed by embedded Linux developers to build embedded Linux systems using cross-compilation. It allows to build a cross-compilation...

Enabling Smart Data on M2M Gateways and Aggregators
Walt Bowers [Hitachi CTA]
OSGi DevCon

As the wide variety of sensors and sensor protocols continue to expand, M2M application developers are faced with the task of porting applications to each new sensor and protocol. As a result,...

Dali Tooling for Dynamic Persistence and NoSQL
Neil Hauge [Oracle]
Web Development

The Eclipse Dali project has been providing robust JPA and JAXB tooling for a good number of years. Over this time-frame we have seen the rise of HTML5 driven web applications and NoSQL databases...

Troubleshooting real world software
Patrick Tasse [Ericsson], Dominique Toupin [Ericsson]

Today many aspects of software development are giving a hard time to developers. Multicore programs introduce notoriously difficult-to-find bugs, race conditions, deadlocks, non-deterministic...

GEF4 - (Continue to) Share and Enjoy...
Alexander Nyssen [itemis AG]

Dead wood needs to be cut out. And GEF definitely has some: an organically evolved API, a no longer adequate modularization (partly because of e4), a tight corset of API compatibility restrictions...

From Custom Maven Builds to Tycho
Jonathan Wright [Cerner]
ALM Connect

For many years Eclipse and Maven integration has been something existing at the periphery; technically working but not providing the type of support really need to do Eclipse PDE builds using an...

Simulate This! - The Eclipse Platform as an Integrated Computational Environment
Jay Billings [Oak Ridge National Laboratory]
Eclipse 4

Solving 21st century science problems often requires extremely large simulations of multiple areas of physics, chemistry and applied mathematics on supercomputers. These supercomputers can perform...

Embracing Eclipse Orion
Andrew Clement [VMware], Martin Lippert [Pivotal]
Web Development

The Eclipse Orion project provides a platform for building browser-based development tooling. In this talk we will show how we re-used parts of Orion to build the Scripted code editor, an editor-...

Hallo, Bonjour, 今日は, Hello! Babel tools make internationalization easier.
Stefan Strobl [Vienna University of Technology], Martin Reiterer [Vienna University of Technology], Denis Roy [Eclipse Foundation, Inc.]

Building internationalization (i18n) into your project is a pain. Maintaining translations of your projects is another. Fortunately, Babel tools can help with both.

TapiJI tools, recently...

REDHAWK IDE: Eclipse as a Software Defined Radio Development Environment
Erik Englund [Axios, Inc.]
Cool Stuff (Other)

To facilitate Software Defined Radio (SDR) development, the United States Government (USG) Department of Defense (DoD) has created the REDHAWK framework and IDE to support the rapid development of...

OSGi and JavaScript
Simon Kaegi [IBM Canada]
OSGi DevCon

One of the real surprises in my career has been the emergence of JavaScript as an increasingly reasonable choice as a systems language. In this talk I'll make the case that it's time for the OSGi...

Eclipse 4.x: Tips on API best practices for a 3.x plugin running on both platforms
Paul Webster [IBM Canada]
Eclipse 4

Eclipse 4.x is based on the Eclipse4 technology and supports the 3.x workbench API through use of the compatibility layer. But some 3.x APIs are more architecturally compatible with Eclipse 4...

Designing software with users and testers in mind
Alexandra Schladebeck [BREDEX GmbH]
ALM Connect

For all our our ingeniousness in writing amazing software with complex architecture, we often tend to leave much room for improvement when it comes to putting ourselves in the position of our...

Large-Scale Adoption of Hudson
Jim Clark
ALM Connect

This talk explores three different conceptual frameworks for imagining the rollout of Continuous Integration across a large organization. The first dimension looks at the Hudson platform and...

Introduction to Continuous Delivery
Graham Brooks [ThoughtWorks]
ALM Connect

Continuous Delivery for many, has become the new norm for building and releasing software. For others the benefits of rapid return on investment and more reliable releases is still a dream.

Mastering OSGi with Ease
Neil Bartlett [Paremus Ltd], Ferry Huberts [Pelagic]
OSGi DevCon

This tutorial is a compressed version of the OSGi Masterclass. Its goal is to take you into areas of OSGi that are extremely useful, but seldom discovered through independent experimentation or...

Xtext for Beginners
Jan Koehnlein [itemis], Moritz Eysholdt , Holger Schill [Itemis]

Are you bored of writing boilerplate code? Are you drowning in XML files? Do you have to verify every single change with long running integration tests?

The lessons of restructuring plugin-based software
Martin Lippert [Pivotal], Leo Dos Santos [Tasktop Technologies]
Cool Stuff (Other)

Developing systems out of a set of Eclipse plugins (or OSGi bundles) does not necessarily mean your software is wellmodular and nicely structured. We learned this through experience as we...

Liberate your components with OSGi services
Graham Charters [IBM]
OSGi DevCon

Converting any large application to be OSGi based is a difficult and complex process. Many projects find the fences that OSGi put in place puts insurmountable barriers in the way of success. Many...

Telecommunications Network Planning revisited, moving away from spreadsheet engineering with Eclipse Technologies
Christophe Bouhier [NetXForge]

In this session we provide an overview of how Eclipse technologies were applied in an Enterprise application for the Telecommunications industry. A broad set of technologies from Eclipse and other...

Design your own UI description language with Xtext and Wazaabi
Charles Bonneau [EURA NOVA], Olivier Moises [Generic Concept]

With most existing frameworks, describing a UI can be painful, hard to read and hard to maintain. And for each of those frameworks, the paradigm is different.

Wazaabi allows the developer...

Cook Up a Runtime with The New OSGi Resolver
Neil Bartlett [Paremus Ltd]
OSGi DevCon

OSGi applications are assembled from loosely coupled bundles communicating via services. While this model provides huge flexibility and the ability to reuse components, it creates a challenge for...

Leveraging OSGi and SWT in Diagnostic Medical Imaging
Juan Narvaez [Cerner Corporation]

My team is responsible for the design, development, deployment, and maintenance of an FDA regulated 510k approved medical imaging application that is written on top of the Eclipse platform. We...

EMF.Edit: the Force Unleashed!
Mikael Barbero [Obeo]

So you need to build a Java application for desktop, mobile or web? You already know that EMF could be helpful in many ways because it handles the burden of writing the data classes (entities) and...

Big Data and Business Intelligence
Virgil Dodson [Actuate Corporation]

This session will explore the big data scene as it relates to business intelligence. We will explore who’s using Big Data for BI, what applications are being created, and what benefits are being...

EMF Dos and Don’ts
Maximilian Koegel [EclipseSource Munich], Edgar Mueller [EclipseSource Munich]

EMF is very powerful and most of the time fairly simple to use, but of course there are rocks and shallows: Why are there so many Adapters on my EObjects? After overriding some generated code the...

Experiences porting a suite of massive Swing apps to Eclipse 4
Robert Kellogg [Halliburton - Landmark Software and Services]
Eclipse 4

After more than 10 years of developing its own proprietary application platform, Halliburton's Landmark Software and Services made the decision to switch to the Eclipse RCP and OSGi platform. The...

Herding cats and organizing includes
Sergey Prigogin [Google]

Managing #include statements in a C or C++ program is a tedious job every programmer would rather avoid doing. Why doesn't Eclipse have Organize Includes command for C and C++ just like it has...

EclipseLink: Beyond Relational and NoSQL to Polyglot and HTML5
Shaun Smith [Oracle Canada], Gunnar Wagenknecht [Tasktop]

The data access requirements of today's Java applications keep expanding and EclipseLink continues to evolve to address these requirements. In this...

NASA uses Eclipse RCP applications for experiments on the International Space Station
Tamar Cohen [NASA Ames Research Center]

Eclipse is going to space in 2013! The International Space Station (ISS) is used as a site for experiments; any software developed as part of these experiments has to comply with extensive and...

Making Agile ALM Work in Regulated Industries
Laszlo Szalvay [CollabNet, Inc. ]
ALM Connect

Agile practices may seem at odds with GRC (governance, risk and compliance). Skeptics understandably are worried about the prospect of multiple small teams working autonomously, and a resulting...

Lessons Learned Writing the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse
Zach Musgrave [Amazon Web Services], Jason Fulghum [Amazon Web Services]

Learn best practices for Eclipse plug-in development that took us years to figure out!

The AWS Toolkit for Eclipse brings the AWS cloud to the Eclipse workbench, allowing developers to...

How to become an Eclipse committer and survive
Denis Roy [Eclipse Foundation, Inc.], Wayne Beaton [The Eclipse Foundation]

Becoming an Eclipse committer is hard work. Being an Eclipse committer is even harder -- one must understand and navigate the rigorous IP process, contend with a large IT infrastructure and...

You're Not Failing Fast Enough! - best practices for an agile build system
Sarah Goff-Dupont [Atlassian]
ALM Connect

Too many developers have to wait 4, 6, even 24 hours to learn whether their latest change plays nicely with the rest of the code base. And untangling bugs introduced by other changes made in the...

Need for Speed – Win the SDLC race and stay alive, come learn about agile++
ALM Connect

In today’s reality we cannot afford any fat or unnecessary delays in our time to market neither afford any compromise on quality. Agile is no longer luxury but a necessity. However, agile has to...

import* (Presented by ZeroTurnaround)
Anton Arhipov [ZeroTurnaround]
ALM Connect

When you send a package through FedEx it goes through a tracked, automated process that makes sure that the package arrives promptly at the destination. The same should apply to every commit that...

Moving towards ALM 3.0 (Commonwealth Complex)
Jeffrey Hammond [Forrester Research]
ALM Connect

How do we build software? Let us count the ways...

We're at the cusp of a perfect storm in application development, where a number of mega-trends are changing the way companies do software...

Developers are the New Kingmakers (Commonwealth Complex)
Stephen O'Grady [RedMonk]
Cool Stuff (Other)

Over the past decade, a number of unconnected developments in the technology industry have conspired to shift the balance of power towards the developer. In this talk, we'll explore the evidence...

Nashorn, JavaScript for the JVM (Commonwealth Complex)
Jim Laskey [Oracle]

The Nashorn JavaScript Project started as a quiet spin off from JavaFX in the fall of 2010. Since then, Nashorn has evolved into a significant part of Oracle's roadmap and is causing quite a bit...

What ALM knowledge you should expect from CS graduates
Gary Pollice [Worcester Polytechnic Institute]
ALM Connect

One of the biggest problems facing a growing organization today is finding the right people to hire for their software development teams. As the demand continues to grow, companies are spending...

Dynamic Server Applications with EclipseRT
Gunnar Wagenknecht [Tasktop], Christoph Rueger [Synesty]

EclipseRT is an Eclipse top-level project supporting a large community move to drive Equinox-based technology across a broad range of computing environments and problem domains. Today, there are...

PLM and ALM – strange but necessary bedfellows
Matt Klassen
ALM Connect

Systems software is growing at an incredible pace as products in all walks of life are becoming smart devices. Software was once thought of as a simple part in a products Bill of Materials (BoM...

Testing a Scout Application with JUnit and Jubula (Presented by BSI)
Jeremie Bresson [BSI Business Systems Integration AG], Alexandra Schladebeck [BREDEX GmbH]

Writing tests is one of the best practices of software development. This talk presents three ways to test a Scout application: plain JUnit, JUnit within an OSGi context (in combination with mocked...

How GitHub Works (Commonwealth Complex)
Zach Holman [GitHub]

Zach Holman shares insights on creating a happy experience fueling developers’ creativity, being inspired by how things are done at GitHub.

OData Unleashed! Let’s learn how to exploit it (Presented by SAP)
Boris Tsirulnik [SAP]

Are you a fan of RESTful services? Are you either a producer or a consumer of data? Then, let me introduce you to OData.

The Open Data Protocol (OData) is a Web protocol used for querying... a free cloud service aggregating and running GUI tests for eclipse projects (Presented by Xored)
Andrey Platov [Xored Software Inc], Jonas Helming [EclipseSource Munich], Ivan Inozemtsev [Xored]
Cool Stuff (Other)

Join and see how EMF Client, EMF Compare, Tigerstripe, Eclipse DLTK, Eclipse LDT, and other Eclipse projects automate User Interface testing. This session will also introduce...

Deploying Orion for cloud-based development in the enterprise (Presented by HP)
Eyal Kobrigo [HP], Raziel
Web Development

HP Software, the world’s 6th largest software company, is rapidly adopting Agile and Continuous Delivery techniques. As part of this journey and the assessment of our development toolset, Orion...

p2 in the Enterprise (Presented by eBay)
David Dodd [eBay], Emac Shen [eBay Inc.]

Remember the good old days of the drop-ins folder in Eclipse to add additional tools to your Eclipse installation? eBay remembers them all to well. While the drop-ins folder made it easy to...

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