1. Learn from the experts. 2. Innovate with the community. 3. Spread the word about your technology. 4. Get answers to complex issues. 5. Extend your network.
As Strategic Members of the OSGi Alliance, Liferay is proud to sponsor the OSGi Community Event again and to be among the Eclipse community. ...Join us for three sessions given by Carlos Sierra, "OSGi Meets Lambdas", Milen Dyankov, "Fantastic Java Contracts and Where To Define Them?", and Ray Augé, "CDI and OSGi: So Happy Together!"
by Dirk Fauth
Read more about Dirk's talk co-presented with Stefan Schlott, The League of Extraordinary Antipattern.
With our background of being consultants for several years, having seen a lot of projects, some years ago we started collecting what is called "bloomers" in literature. Those were the kind of programming misconceptions that made us laugh and cry at the same time.
by Maximilian Koegel and Edgar Mueller
Interested in Angular? Maximilian Koegel and Edgar Mueller tell us more about their tutorial .
by Benoit Baudry
I am extremely proud and happy that my talk on mutation testing was accepted as an early bird for EclipseCon Europe 2017. ...In this talk, I will focus on qualitative evaluation of a unit test suite. Statement coverage is commonly used to quantify the quality of a test suite: it measures the ratio of source code statements that are executed at least once when running the test suite. However, statement coverage is known to be a rather weak quality indicator.
Martin Lippert's talk, Implementing Language Servers - the Good, the Bad, the Ugly is an early pick. Martin gives us his thoughts on why language servers are important, what the challenges are and what the future might look like for the technology.
Lippert: One of the most important messages for attendees at EclipseCon with regards to language servers is: if you want to support a language or a framework, a language server IS THE WAY TO GO. The days of hacking your parser, builder, content-assist, and refactoring directly into Eclipse are over.
Join us on Wednesday 25th October for the Project Quality Day at Eclipse Con Europe! Over the course of the day, we’ll hear from 7 different speakers about a great balance of topics relating to different aspects of testing. This year, we have talks about testing in Eclipse contexts, good practices for quality in fast-paced delivery contexts, and examples of tooling and methods for functional software testing.