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Yet another amazing edition of #eclipsecon France, excellent talks, great spirit!
Another great @EclipseCon. The a380 factory visit and fete de la music icing4cake.
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Hashtag Pitches: Speakers describe their talks in 3 hashtags
No time to read the abstract? We asked our speakers to describe their talks in 3 Hashtags. Here's what they came up with.
#Xtext #expressions #XtextSummit - June 21 16:00 Introduction to expression languages in Xtext
#swheritage #sourcecode #knowledge - June 21 Ignite talk 17:30 Software Heritage: Preserving our Software Commons
Showtime Demo: PolarSys Rover with UML-RT & Papyrus RT
Sponsor Testimonial: Microsoft
Microsoft is back for its second year at @EclipseCon! Why? Because the Open Source challenge has been embraced by Microsoft and we want to share this great experience with you! Come and meet us during two amazing sessions starting with:
- François Bouteruche that will show you how we can setup a continuous delivery pipeline from Eclipse to Azure for a Java application hosted in containers.
Meet the network of Eclipse European Projects at the Research Corner. Learn more about the projects and their communities that have been awarded by the H2020 and ITEA programs. View the schedule and read a brief about each project.
Speaker Pitch - B612: the new font for future cockpits?
Laurent Spaggiari tells us the story behind his ignite talk "B612 Polarsys font".
Various studies have been conducted to assess the quality of displays on Airbus equipment including the A380, A400M and A350. The general conclusion was that the displays could be improved in terms of readability (detecting and/or reducing risk of error) and of reading comfort. In addition, if you included the screen used to display pilot/maintenance documentation, the cockpit was not homogenous due to the multiple fonts used.