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Rust and Eclipse

This talk will give a brief introduction into the Rust programming language and provide a user's perspective on the current state of the official Eclipse based tooling (Corrosion) for the language. Most of the time will be spent on explaining the Rust language.

The talk only requires basic programming knowledge, no systems programming background is required.

Experience level: 
Beginner
Session Type: 
Standard

Ethics in software testing - from theory to practice

Often presentations about Ethics in software development and testing stay on a theoretical level. If one cares about his topic and wants to become an ethical software tester or developer that’s not enough.

Everyone needs to prepare oneself to be able to respond to ethical dilemmas properly. This workshop will enable participants to prepare themselves by bringing them in practical contact with real life ethical problems.

Experience level: 
Beginner
Session Type: 
Tutorial

VR Testing - The Testing Trinity

This talk focuses on VR and what is “new” for testers.

While software and hardware as testing areas are kind of “known”, in VR the immersion of the human in the middle is “new” and needs different testing approaches.

How the human reacts physically and psysically brings new challenges.

From Motion sickness over whole immersion to the dulling of the tester .. these are new problems, where testers also become a part of the product (as do users).

 

Experience level: 
Beginner
Session Type: 
Standard

Smarter debugging in the IDE

This talk covers the basics of using the Eclipse IDE Java Debugger and all of the advanced features by live debugging a small example application.

I will cover the following features and more:

Experience level: 
Beginner
Session Type: 
Standard

Which kind of testing is needed in the age of IoT?

The world of computing is experiencing a time of radical changes. Software is running more and more parts of the world and the decades old vision of ubiquitous computing is becoming a reality thanks to the Internet of Things.
We can control our home by talking to it and have all of humanities knowledge available in a shiny black rectangle in the palm of our hand. All of this just works - flawlessly.

Experience level: 
Beginner
Session Type: 
Standard

AdoptOpenJDK: Ensuring Free Java for the Community

OpenJDK with Eclipse OpenJ9 is used across a wide variety of platforms, from laptops to mainframes - but where can you find all those downloads? and how do you know what's inside the package and how it has been built?

The AdoptOpenJDK community build OpenJDK and test it using a fully open source environment to ensure the binaries you get are of high quality. In this talk we will look at the rationale for the project, the roadmap for the future, and the sophisticated infrastructure that ensures the long-term availability of a free to use Java SE.

Experience level: 
Beginner
Session Type: 
Standard

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