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Alec Noller10/02/14
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The Internet of Java: Eclipse's Open IoT Stack for Java

A lot of people are getting interested in IoT, but it's not always the easiest thing to get started with. That's where the Eclipse Foundation's announcement from JavaOne comes in: the Internet of Things is now quite a bit more Java-friendly.

Erich Styger10/02/14
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Building Projects with Eclipse from the Command Line

Eclipse has a great user interface (UI). But what if I want to do things from the command line, without the GUI? For example to build one or more projects in the workspace without using the Eclipse UI? With this, I can do automated check-outs and do automated builds.

Alec Noller10/01/14
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Dev of the Week: Itamar Haber

Every week here and in our newsletter, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Itamar Haber, Chief Developers Advocate at Redis Labs.

Alec Noller10/01/14
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The Best of DZone: September 23 - 30

If you missed anything on DZone this week, now's your chance to catch up! This week's best include 10 questions to ask in programming interviews, why we need functional programming, the high price of the Internet of Things, how testability does not equal good design, and more.

Michael Singer10/01/14
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Experts Debate 'Building the Next Big App' [Part 2]

Actuate recently invited four industry experts to discuss the future of creating the next generation of data-driven applications and how they are influenced by open source and freemium software (Part II).

Ian Skerrett09/30/14
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Getting Started with IoT and Java

At JavaOne we announced the Open IoT Stack for Java, a set of open source technologies that will make it easier for Java devs to build IoT solutions. The focus of the technology is to enable developers to connect and manage the devices, sensors and actuators that are part of their IoT solution.

Michael Singer09/30/14
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Experts Debate 'Building the Next Big App' [Part 1]

Actuate recently invited four industry experts to discuss the future of creating the next generation of data-driven applications and how they are influenced by open source and freemium software.

Erich Styger09/30/14
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GNU Libs with Debug Information: Rebuilding the GNU ARM Libraries

With my DIY tool chain (see “Constructing a Classroom IDE with Eclipse for ARM“) I get a complete tool chain. I do not need to build that tool chain from the sources for Windows, as all the binaries are nicely pre-compiled and made available. But there is one issue I face from time to time: as the libraries provided by ARM do not come with sources and debug information enabled, I end up with that “No source available for …” message in the debugger:

Ajitesh Kumar09/29/14
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How to Setup Eclipse IDE for Sonar Analysis

This article describes steps required to configure your eclipse for SonarQube such that developers are not required to leave the eclipse IDE to manage their source code quality.

Erich Styger09/27/14
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Exclude Source Files from Build in Eclipse

Sometimes I have source files in my project which I do not want to get compiled (or excluded from build). Because as I’m using the ‘managed make’, all source files matching certain extensions (like *.c) are automatically included into the build.

Erich Styger09/26/14
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Listing Code and Data Size for Each Source File with GNU and Eclipse

Eclipse is my development tool of choice now. But from time to time I get challenged about something like “hey, this was possible in the previous tool, so how can I do the same in Eclipse?”... So what about this one: In CodeWarrior the project view lists code and data size for each source file...

Erich Styger09/26/14
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Executing Multiple Commands as Post-Build Steps in Eclipse

The GNU ARM Eclipse plugins from Liviu already offer several built-in actions which can be performed at the end of a build, but what if I need different things, or even more things?

Ian Skerrett09/26/14
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Eclipse @ JavaOne 2014

Next week is JavaOne, the annual pilgrimage to San Francisco for all-things Java. Over the years, Oracle has done a nice job of bringing back the excitement and community feel of JavaOne. This year Eclipse will have a booth at JavaOne. We will be demoing our Eclipse IoT projects, Java 8 support in JDT, Flux, Orion and Che.

Achala Chathura...09/25/14
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CodePro Integration with Eclipse Kepler

CodePro Analytix is the premier Java software testing tool for Eclipse developers who are concerned about improving software quality and reducing developments costs and schedules. The Java software audit features of the tool make it an indispensable assistant to the developer in reducing errors as the code is being developed and keeping coding practices in line with organizational guidelines.

Alec Noller09/24/14
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Dev of the Week: Sander Mak

This week we're talking to Sander Mak, Senior Software Engineer at Luminis Technologies, JavaOne Rockstar, and featured author in DZone's 2014 Guide to Big Data.