Monthly Archives: November 2008

Higgins spotted!

This YouTube video shows Eclipse Higgins being used to authenticate a user and grant access for that user to GMail. The video is just one of a collection of videos showing some advanced authentication mechanisms that Google research is investigating. … Continue reading

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g-eclipse at Eclipse Summit Europe

Markus Knauer and Harald Kornmayer presented the g-eclipse project at Eclipse Summit Europe earlier today (“From Grid to Cloud computing“). Markus gave a great demo of how g-eclipse can be used to manage a collection of computers running in (on?) … Continue reading

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Excelsior JET 6.5 beta 3

Excelsior just released Excelsior JET 6.5 beta 3. With Excelsior JET, you can compile your Java- and Eclipse-based applications into a “native” executable with an embedded JRE (no external JRE required). The new version features a GUI for compiling RCP … Continue reading

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Eric Rizzo Joins the Technology PMC

Eric Rizzo has joined the Technology PMC. Anybody who has been paying attention will no-doubt recognise Eric’s name. He was the winner of the “Top Newcomer Evangelist” award at last year’s EclipseCon. If you spend any time in the Eclipse … Continue reading

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University Outreach and the Google Summer of Code

The Google Summer of Code (GSoC) programme has been a great vehicle for university outreach. For the 2008 running of GSoC, the Eclipse Foundation received student 127 applications from almost as many institutions. Most of the students submitting proposals were … Continue reading

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Get your proposals in for EclipseCon 2009!

The EclipseCon 2009 submission system is now open and ready for your talk proposals. Be sure to get your talk proposal in before the November 24th deadline. Now… November 24th sounds like a long way off, but it’ll be here … Continue reading

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