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Wayne Beaton08/11/09
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“Wir Werden e4 in Helios Wiedersehen”, Part One

I thought I might publish the English version of an interview I did for the recent issue of Eclipse Magazin (with permission of the publisher, of course). The German version is a delightful bit of prose that my Mother now displays proudly. I was asked a total...

Prakash 08/07/09
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Remember the State

As a rule of thumb, your application should try to remember the state across sessions. So when a user hits the close button and then opens it after few mins/days, it should present exactly in the same way where he left. In this tip, I'm going to explain few...

Wayne Beaton08/06/09
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How to Contribute to Eclipse

With Bug 222105, Remy Suen has assembled an Eclipse Corner article describing how to contribute to Eclipse. An important part of contributing to an Eclipse project is actually obtaining the code for that project. Unfortunately, we currently don’t have a...

Andres Almiray08/03/09
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Interview: meet the Groovy Eclipse v2 team

DZone caught up with the team responsible for the latest developments on the Groovy Eclipse plugin v2. Continue reading to know  more about Andrew Eisenberg, Andy Clement and the Groovy Eclipse plugin v2. Enjoy!

Ian Skerrett08/03/09
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e4 Webinars: Discover What is Possible With e4

The e4 team has published the first release of the e4 project.  This is an early alpha release that  allows the Eclipse community to start experimenting and exploring the e4 technology. To help you better understand what is possible with e4, we are running...

James Sugrue07/30/09
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e4 - The Future is Almost Here

We're getting closer to the 0.9 release of e4, a major milestone in the future of Eclipse, and maybe all desktop applications. In this article, I'd like to give a summary of what e4 is all about.A Reason For Change Mike Wilson has covered e4 in his latest...

Nitin Bharti07/29/09
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Tech Chat - Rich Sharples on OpenJDK

In this exclusive interview, Rich Sharples, Product Management Director at Red Hat, talks about OpenJDK, Sun’s free and open source implementation of the...

Justin Sargent07/28/09
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RIM Releases New Plug-ins for Eclipse, Visual Studio

Research In Motion (RIM) announced today new and enhanced tools for developing web applications for BlackBerry smartphones. The tools include a new Web Development Plug-in for Eclipse and the BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio version 1.2. These...

Sebastien Arbogast07/28/09
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How Open Source can be a Game Changer

A few years back, I read a very interesting article (that I can’t find anymore) by John Newton, the CEO of Alfresco, explaining how Open Source changed their strategy.

James Sugrue07/27/09
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Galileo Podcast Series: Provisioning With p2

In the last of our series of seven podcasts around the Eclipse Galileo release, I speak with Jeff McAffer, CTO of EclipseSource. The main topic we discuss is...
Rob Williams07/27/09
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AJDT 2.0 is Here

And it looks good. I complained pretty vociferously on here about the inability of eclipse to understand ITDs (or at least not show them as an error). That's the first thing listed in the New and Noteworthy. Looks great (although the example makes < no...

Nitin Bharti07/23/09
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A Look Inside ColdFusion 9 - The 'Centaur' Release

“ColdFusion is still around?” With over 100,000 customers and 778,000 worldwide developers, the ColdFusion community is in fact thriving, according to Terry Ryan, Adobe Platform Evangelist.

Patrick Paulin07/23/09
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Renaming Eclipse RCP – Update

It’s been two months since my post requesting that we rename Eclipse RCP, and I thought it was time to provide a progress update. The response has been overwhelmingly positive. Check out the comments on the original post as well as the discussion associated...

Wayne Beaton07/22/09
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Finding Your Way Through the Code

One of the things that you can do to make your code—and by extension your project—accessible to your adopter community is to make the code as easy to find and navigate as possible. I have some thoughts about making code easy to find that I’ll share...

Ian Skerrett07/22/09
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One Million Galileo Downloads

Sometime yesterday we surpassed the 1 million download request mark for Galileo packages.  It took us just 27 days to hit that mark and this number doesn’t even include the bitTorrents or the member distros. The Galileo launch activities have also been...