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- Extending Gerrit: A look at the Gerrit Plugin API - Ian Bull [EclipseSource], Shawn Pearce [Google]
Gerrit is now an important part of our workflow, both at Obeo and at Eclipse.org. Having the Gerrit project lead and a highly experienced Eclipse committer explain how we can extend it sounds like a match made in heaven. Last but not least, discovering other mechanisms used to provide an extensible platform also helps identify aspects we could improve in Eclipse.
Kim Moir tells us more about her upcoming talk, release engineering technology, and more.
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- Speaker Interview
- At the Mountains of Madness with Bling3D - Jon Mietling, Tony McCrary [l33t labs]
Years ago, SWT revolutionized Java UI building by mixing native and non-native widgets in a single UI. I'm excited to see continuing innovation with SWT. This talk will introduce Twilight SWT, which uses the GPU to create truly spectacular effects using only Java and SWT. I'm looking forward to seeing what l33t labs has been able to do with this technology.
We are interviewing various EclipseCon speakers. We ask them various questions about themselves, their careers and their sessions. Find out what they had to say!
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