Every year, the Eclipse Simultaneous Release brings together the hard work of dozens of open source projects into a single coordinated release. But you probably already know that. You probably already live that. While most Eclipse committers don't tend to think of the simultaneous release as a product, most of our users do. For millions of software developers, the the installer and many flavours of Eclipse IDE are products. While it's important that we carefully manage expectations, it's also important that we understand and respect the expectations of our massive user community.
Eclipse Technologies & Community
CBI can mean different things. Not only "Common Build Infrastructure", but also "Continuous Build Improvement". So whether you just joined the Eclipse community or have been around for a long time, this talk will give you an update what's new with CBI and how you can make use of it for your own project.
The Language Server Protocol in a popular IDE-independent and Language-independent interface to provide and consume language edition services - such as code analysis, completion, hyperlinking... It basically lets the language providers implement the protocol as a server, and the IDEs consume the protocol as a client to have the IDEs presenting the language-specific data without having to know about the language.
This protocol already has multiple successful stories. In this talk we’ll demonstrate:
Java™ 9 is slated to be released in July 2017. This session will present the most important new stuff in Java™ 9, especially project Jigsaw, which introduces modules into Java™. I will show how to get started developing Java™ 9 code with Eclipse and then demo the new features that are already available in Eclipse for the upcoming Java™ release. We will also look at the new Java™ 9 runtime images.
Eclipse open source projects reflects the work of its community. At their respective level, anyone can contribute without necessarily having to be an advanced developer.
As a committer I will explain how anyone can contribute with different ways, and the benefits you can get for your professional profile.
Following an introduction of the different types of contributions, this talk will focus more specifically on the code contribution process from both the perspective of the contributor and the committer who accepts the contribution.
Finally the award-winning EclEmma code coverage plug-in for Eclipse became an Eclipse.org project! This is a good opportunity to summarize experiences and best practices, such as continuous inspection, for efficient usage of one of the most popular open-source tool to measure Java code coverage that EclEmma integrates into Eclipse - JaCoCo ( http://www.jacoco.org/jacoco/index.html ).