Monthly Archives: March 2006

Linux University for Developers

It seems that the good folks over at Novell have been working hard on Eclipse content. The Linux University for Developers page contains a bunch of Eclipse tutorials/demos that take you through the process of getting started with Eclipse on … Continue reading

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My first screen cam

I’ve created my first screen cam demonstration of Eclipse. It’s all so very exciting for me. Can you feel the excitement? This demo shows how you can use Eclipse together with JUnit to do top down development of Java code … Continue reading

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Open Source Licensing Explained

Last night, I posted Cliff Schmidt’s “Open Source Licensing Explained” talk on the Eclipse Evangelism web site. This is the talk that Cliff delivered during the Eclipse in Motion Seminar series in San Diego, Dallas, Raleigh, and Atlanta. I imagine … Continue reading

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The Official Eclipse FAQs

“Official Eclipse 3.0 FAQs” by John Arthorne and Chris Laffra is one of my favourite books on Eclipse. I use it pretty much daily (at least I do when I’m wading into a part of Eclipse that I haven’t worked … Continue reading

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Linux World and Eclipse Forum Europe

I’m gearing myself up for a lot of time on the road. I’ll be carrying the Eclipse banner to Linux World (Boston) next week where I’ll be talking about Eclipse RCP. I’ll be getting some help staffing the booth in … Continue reading

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Short talk slides

I presented a few slides during my short talk. I’ve uploaded them to the conference site and expect them to appear somewhere there. I’ve also posted them on the evangelism site. Due to obvious time constraints, there’s not a lot … Continue reading

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What is a "great bug"?

So far, there’s three great bugs nominated by Eclipse developers (at least there are three at this point). I don’t imagine that one of them (132773) is going to get past the PMC (I’m a little distressed that it’s assigned … Continue reading

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