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If you want to build property editor to allow users to edit data in the browser, on mobile devices, on the desktop or even in augmented reality? Do you want to see how to switch a light on and off via an AR device and live on stage? This talk is for you!
Text mining (also known as text processing) refers to methods for analysing pieces of unstructured text, to identify meaningful sequences in them, represent their meaning and classify them in classes related to its content. Examples of text mining techniques are sentiment analysis, emotion detection, keyword extraction, meaning representation and document classification.
The ability for machines to transfer money between each other will fundamentally change the way we interact with the world and how the machines that make up the world interact with each other. In this talk I'll introduce the audience to the concept of trust-less value transfer in a way that is easily understood by those outside of the DLT space.
Every development team wants to have their own Jenkins instance and “all the resources”. How can this be administered - especially if you have more than 200 Jenkins instances?
This talk shows how Jenkins master instances can be provisioned and custom tailored in seconds, while admin and upgrade overhead stays reasonable. We will also talk about quotas to fairly distribute resources and avoid teams affecting each other. Whether you are a release engineer or developer of an Eclipse project or a Jenkins administrator at your company, this talk is for you.
In the past two decades, software has become increasingly important for the successful operation of any kind of business. In this context, the role of software developers has changed fundamentally – according to Stephen O’Grady, they are considered the “New Kingmakers”, i.e. the real decision makers in technology. One major disruptor that drove this shift in the role of software developers is the rise of open source.
The growth of complexity of systems requires to redesign the way we capture functions and architectural choices by moving from manual, non-scalable, document-oriented processes to models. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a systems engineering methodology that focuses on creating and exploiting domain models as the primary means of information exchange between engineers. Still today MBSE adoption among systems engineers is growing slowly. It is critical for industry to understand the difficulties of users and to find a way to democratize MBSE to a wide audience.
The modeling community is among the most active and diverse in Eclipse's ecosystem. The modeling symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present a brief overview of their work. We will encourage 10 minute lightning talks to facilitate a broad range of speakers. The primary goal is to introduce new and interesting technologies. We will open up an informal call for submissions from the community. We will select from from those the submissions to provide a diverse slate of talks with a focus on areas not represented by other longer talks at this year's EclipseCon.
The turn of the 21st century saw massive adoption of a new category of programming languages, pioneered by Java, running inside the Java Virtual Machine. The virtual machine promised platform independence, memory management and program safety, something which the then native languages like C/C++ lacked, at the cost of some performance.
Every quarter there are Java releases and there are so many Java releases to choose from. This talk focuses on partners or customers considering migration from older Java releases, a robust build system which mainly focuses on security, scalability and flexibility in supporting various platforms and package types. This talk also focuses on the Java release cycles, upgradation and migration considerations for value-add.
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Session title would be “Open Source Processor IP for High Volume Production - the CORE-V Family of RISC-V cores” with the intent to provide the Eclipse community with an overview of the RISC-V instruction set architecture and to describe the CORE-V family of open-source cores that implement the RISC-V ISA