Tue, 2015-09-22 18:28

Automated Error Reporting - Committer's Introduction to using AERI and discussing its Future for Eclipse Neon

This BoF will give a in-depth walk through to the web interface of the automated error reporting, it's interactions with Bugzilla and how committers can control notifications in Eclipse to point users to the appropriate bugs in Bugzilla or to provide missing information. Established best practices how to take the most out of automated error reports will be discussed.

Mon, 2015-09-21 22:05

OSGi Alliance BoF

This BoF provides an opportunity for the OSGi Community to meet and discuss the latest news and activities, including Release 6 and ongoing work, the recently launched IoT EG, the OSGi IoT demo, best practices, strategic partnerships etc.

Members of the OSGi Alliance Board and the Expert Group Chairs will be present to listen, answer questions and provide feedback.

We welcome your involvement and look forward to a vibrant community gathering!

Sun, 2015-09-20 09:49

Scripting with EASE

With EASE scripting functionalities were added to Eclipse. Now we want to discuss in which direction to evolve.
There is much interest in investigating in better Python support. So how can we add that to the framework.
Which parts of the IDE would you like to automate?

This BOF should provide a platform to share our ideas and to discuss the future of this project.

Sun, 2015-09-20 09:42

Dirigible powered by Orion for Cloud Development

This BoF is focused on one of the development models "In-System Programming", that can be used in combination with cloud platforms. It leverages also content-centric architectural style by using centralised repository, dynamic languages and multi-container runtime.
The main goal is achieving the shortest development turn-around time ever.

The talk introduces Eclipse Dirigible project that aims at providing easy-to-use yet comfortable development environment as well as cloud ready runtime platform for building your next generation on-demand business applications.

Thu, 2015-09-17 12:22

How to generate code using Eclipse Vorto

In the Internet of Things a wide variety of device standards and connectivity protocols are used. The big challenge for developers and integrators is that applications cannot integrate and support each and every one of these standards. Eclipse Vorto allows to reduce complexity and efforts that are related to integration processes. In particular the code generator infrastructure of Eclipse Vorto allows the creation of code artifacts to be employed in specific solutions. In our hands-on session we present how a code generator can be implemented from scratch.

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