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Breaking the Rules with Eclipse Enterprise Generation Language

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Extended [55 minutes]
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Enterprise Generation Language, or EGL, is a proven, application-focused programming language that breaks the rule that says developing apps for multiple platforms and devices means using multiple languages, technologies, and programming models. EGL does this through an extensible infrastructure that supports compilation into other languages, like Java and JavaScript.

Eclipse, Ancient Style

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

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Schubartsaal
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Attend this talk to learn about the Eclipse Long Term Support (LTS) program. This new program will provide infrastructure and governance to allow support for Eclipse software long past the usual two maintenance builds we see today.

Using Eclipse Technology in Aerospace Simulations

Session Type: 
Extended [55 minutes]

Numerical simulation is an essential part of many engineering projects at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). In this talk, we present the open source "Remote Component Environment" (RCE), a distributed simulation and workflow framework based on OSGi and Eclipse technology.

DSLs with Xtext 2.0

Session Type: 
Tutorial [3.5 hours]

Everybody is talking about domain specific languages (DSLs) nowadays. If you want to know how to make it real, join our hands-on tutorial on Xtext 2.0.

You will learn how to

  • define your own DSL,
  • generate and tweak high-quality tooling for that language,
  • write a code generator to execute your language,
  • integrate everything into an Eclipse IDE.

Taste Quartz's sparkle in the light of Eclipse

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]
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Finally the most popular open source IDE is supporting the most popular open source job scheduler, thanks to this newly born project. Come and see how you can cut and polish your Quartz jobs with Eclipse tools, and enjoy a unique and smooth development experience.

Quartz is a popular open source job scheduler, written in Java. The framework is being widely used by a lot of open source and commercial projects, and it's community is continuing to bring out new releases with even more features.

KINECT with your Eclipse IDE

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

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Room: 
Theater

Do you ever feel fatigued when you’re developing? Do you find that pressing CRTL+ALT+SHIFT+H sometimes hurts? Is a keyboard and a mouse really the best way to control complex things like Eclipse?

The joy of the unexpected – Eclipse, a tool for testers

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

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Room: 
Silchersaal

How did testers use a programmers’ tool – Eclipse for the implementation of web application automated testing? Why was this the best solution? The goal of the session is to provide a closer look into this matter and guide you through a use case and a couple of concrete examples. You will be able to see what obstacles were overcome in order to finish the project successfully.

Eclipse + JRebel: Eliminate redeploys

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Standard [25 minutes]

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

Eclipse Runtime out-of-the-box

Session Type: 
Standard [25 minutes]

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Room: 
Silchersaal
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Hundreds of thousands of downloads for RCP, RAP, Equinox, BIRT, and the other projects that make up EclipseRT, are proof that Eclipse is now an established runtime technology. EclipseRT can be used in nearly every environment from embedded devices to the cloud.

Developing OSGi-enabled Java EE Applications with GlassFish

Session Type: 
Tutorial [3.5 hours]
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OSGi provides the benefit of modularity, dependency management, service
dynamism, and others. Java EE provides persistence, security,
transaction management and other similar services. The Enterprise Expert
Group in OSGi Alliance defines how to mix and match the Java EE APIs in
OSGi. The Release 4 Version 4.2 of Enterprise Specification defines how
several Java EE specifications such as JPA, JNDI, JMX, and WAR file
specification can work with OSGi and levarage its benefits.

This hands-on lab will show the attendees on how to create OSGi

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