Eclipse in Education, GILD, Zest, and TagSEA

Dr. Margarent-Anne (Peggy) Storey is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Victoria. In this podcast, Peggy discusses GILD, the IDE based on Eclipse developed at the University of Victoria to introduce new students to software development. She also discusses the Zest project and introduces TagSEA, a “a robust, extendable framework with exemplary tools used for tagging and waypointing source code, resources, or whatever you would like within Eclipse.”

You can find the podcast here. You can get your iTunes fix here. Or hook up the RSS feed to your favourite reader here.

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One Response to Eclipse in Education, GILD, Zest, and TagSEA

  1. Ian Skerrett says:

    I hope you are posting your podcasts on Eclipse Live.

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