Monthly Archives: June 2006

It’s alive… alive!!!

The Callisto projects are now replicated to a handful of mirrors and are ready for download. Click here to start the Callisto experience. For more excitement… see the video of Denis bringing the Callisto release to life.

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Think of the children. Get Eclipse.

I’ve been sitting on this idea for a while… I finally found a picture that I can legally use while browsing around last night. The idea is a homage to an old Bloom County cartoon by Berke Breathed. For fans … Continue reading

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No conspiracy "Steve"? Are you sure?

I don’t know if anybody else noticed this, but there is a black line in this now-famous picture of Steve Northover embracing the NetBeans girls at this year’s EclipseCon. I have to admit, that I initially found the line curious, … Continue reading

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Eclipse application architecture

In response to my Friday entry, Jeroen asked about Eclipse application design; how do you architect an Eclipse application? It’s a good question. I tend to fall back on classic patterns. As a start, I separate my application into multiple … Continue reading

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Eclipse users as far as the eye could see…

The Server Side Java Symposium wrapped up in Barcelona today. I sat on a keynote panel this morning titled “2010: A Developer’s Odyssey”. The basic idea was for the panel members to muse about what the ideal development environment will … Continue reading

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The Server Side Java Symposium in Barcelona

I presented my talk on Eclipse Rich Client Platform today at The Server Side Java Symposium in Barcelona. The talk started well and I think it ended strong, but I feel like it dragged in the middle. I decided that, … Continue reading

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Installing and using the Eclipse Web Tools

I’m blown away by the number of times my demos have been viewed. Especially since most of them were done over the weekend. Don’t you people have lawns to mow? I’ve got another one for you… Installing and Using the … Continue reading

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Installing and using the Visual Editor

I was on a bit of a screen demo’ing roll and built this little demonstration of how you go about installing and using the Eclipse Visual Editor. Again, there’s no sound, so don’t bother increasing your volume or yelling at … Continue reading

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Installing and using the CDT

I made this little demo a few weeks back. It goes through the process of installing the CDT feature and then how you use it to build your first C programme. It starts from an already-installed Eclipse workbench–either the SDK … Continue reading

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Virtual Trees and Tables in SWT

Beatriz Iaderoza and Grant Gayed have contributed this article to Eclipse Corner on how to use the new virtual tables and trees added with SWT 3.2.

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