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Eclipse projects often need to maintain user data or state information that can persist across multiple computers or workspaces.
The Eclipse User Storage Service (USS) is here to help solve this problem. The Eclipse USS is a new storage service from the Eclipse Foundation that will allow projects to store and retrieve user data and preferences from our servers.
During the session we will:
Diversity is key to the long term success of communities and businesses. There is plenty of research that shows diversity promotes innovation and can drive market growth. In the Eclipse community, we do well on some aspects of 'acquired' diversity, which involves traits you gain from experience, for example, people who have worked in different companies in different countries. However, the community does less well on 'inherent' diversity which involves traits you are born with such as gender and ethnicity.
Won the Rover at EclipseCon France as a welcome surprise - and now it rolls around, talks and listens like Alexa, Siri & Co. Come to discover the journey of the Rover and his friendship with Eclipse SmartHome and Apache Karaf and hear about the fun we had putting it all together.
Along the way, you will learn how new devices are connected to Eclipse SmartHome, what is behind all the new voice enabling features and what it means to remotely provision and debug OSGi software on a truly mobile device.
Are you a new committer or project lead for an Eclipse, LocationTech, or PolarSys open source project? Are you thinking about proposing a new open source project? This session will take you quickly through the important parts of being a committer on an Eclipse Foundation project. Don't expect a lot of background or related discussion; in this session, we get right to the point and talk you through the key things that you need to know to follow the rules and be an effective committer.
Over the last years machine learning has become a hot topic. This is no surprise as the state of the art has reached levels that started to gain a lot of attention in the media: Self-driving cars, winning to Go game against top professional players and social media platforms that recognize your face in most online pictures.
This presentation provides an overall picture of machine learning and does not require any previous knowledge in the field. Sit back, relax and learn more about the following topics:
When it comes to create and deliver the best features for target users, usability discussions can go on endlessly.
But there are other features to implement in the release, and at some point, this new release must be shipped.
So how to make sure you have achieved the minimum usability to avoid rejection.. and even foster adoption?
What does it take to make your assessment and reduce the risk of any further negotiation?
This is what this talk intends to provide - an explanation of a method and a team-spirit to adopt.
This session will explain a real world derived use case, where we use the new trigger system (since 0.13) in Eclipse Package Drone to restrict the upload to artifacts which don't already exist and also prevent uploading artifacts with the same version but a different content. Of course there will be a short introduction to Package Drone, and some other interesting use cases will also be covered.
KOMMA is an RDF-based modeling framework for Eclipse. It is based on OpenRDF Sesame (now Eclipse RDF4J) for the underlying data management and the connection to different triple stores (RDF databases). KOMMA is for RDF what EMF is for ECore.