Another great @EclipseCon. Even the two hour plane delay a hasn't made me depressed. The a380 factory visit and fete de la music icing4cake.— Matthew Gerring (@MatthewGerring) June 22, 2017
Just would like that the next #EclipseCon starts next week... Was so cool to see our awesome community!— Alain BERNARD (@abernard_dvp) June 22, 2017
No time to read the abstract? We asked our speakers to describe their talks in 3 Hashtags. Here's what they came up with.
#formatter #xtext #sigasi
#InMoodForLife #EclipseIoT #portable-workspace
June 21 09:45 InTheMoodForLife, Open Source Sleep analyser for mood disorders,
First award of the Eclipse OpenIoTChallenge
#Cloud-IDE #Docker #portable-workspace
#docker #openshift #microservices
#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
#iot #oneM2M #java
#EclipseOxygen #CodeCoverage #EclEmma
June 22 09:00 Code Coverage in Practice
#modeling #ecoretools #gemocstudio
June 22 09:45 EcoreTools-Next: Executable DSL made (more) accessible
#EclipseHacking #Python #Scripting
#jenkinsAtScale #jenkinsBlueOcean #pipelineMadeEasy
June 22 13:30 Jenkins @ Scale
#iot #apachecamel #integration
#modelpatch #diffmerge #collaboration
June 22 16:00 Patching the gap in collaborating on models
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.
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.
For the second year in a row, the Tuleap Team is joining Eclipse Community members at Eclipsecon France. We're looking forward to the chance to share and exchange with everyone in the French community. This year we are excited to have two talks in the program. In the talk, The new era of ALM in Airbus with Tuleap, you can learn about how Airbus is using Tuleap in an integrated open-source strategy including open innovation, digitalization and big data management. Manon Midy will be introducing the latest features in Tuleap, demonstrating our ALM strategy in her talk "Pull Request, Mattermost connectors, Tracker Query Language- the latest Tuleap Features.
by Max Bureck
Sometimes building integrations into classical Eclipse/OSGi based technologies has a long and error prone ramp-up phase. This alienates new developers and even bothers experienced programmers, making Eclipse based technology seem more complicated than it really is. Fortunately a little automation can already go a long way.
Learn about Francesco Ferro's path to becoming CEO of PAL Robotics and the team accomplishments. Gain insights into current and trending developments in the field:
Every time we launch a new robot, it’s a special moment for the team. Seeing all the hard work, sweat and tears that go into creating something from scratch come to fruition is a great feeling. The first time we saw our first robot, REEM-A, walk was incredibly special. Since then we’ve gone on to build and launch eight other robots, but a personal highlight was when we presented REEM-B on Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi in 2008.The royal family, presidents and CEOs of some major middle Eastern companies were in attendance, and the event was covered by global media outlets, including the BBC and CNBC.