All my photos from EclipseCon2006 are now on-line, including the ones from the post-conference wrap party, posters, booths, talks, demos, and more.
Who said computers have to be all work and no play? Software developer and author Ed Burnette shares his unique view of industry trends, technologies, and personalities.
Ed Burnette is a software industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience as a programmer, author, and speaker. He has written numerous technical articles and books, most recently "Hello, Android: Introducing Google's Mobile Development Platform" from the Pragmatic Programmers.
Sun blesses Genuitec's effort to bring NetBeans technology to Eclipse users.
The theme of the final session of EclipseCon 2006 was the upcoming Callisto simultaneous release.
Consultant Madhu Siddalingaiah has used just about every development environment under the sun including Visual Studio and Eclipse, so which one does he favor? Since he was speaking at EclipseCon 2006 it isn't hard to guess, but he had some criticisms and suggestions for Eclipse too.
Who are the luckiest guys in the world right now?
Ted Nielson, CEO of Borland announced this morning that "DevCo" (the code name for their IDE spin off company) will work closely with Borland and be a very viable effort; they just need to find the right partner.
Ward Cunningham loves programming, and thinks that program "works of art" can change the way people think about the world. Collaboration is key because it lets us do for others in ways they might not even know. The Collaborator's pledge is "Trust me, I'm not a bozo, and I'm worth your time".
Greg Stein, chairman of the Apache Software Foundation and currently with Google, delivered Wednesday morning's keynote. He predicts that most software will become free so companies need to learn how to deal with that.
The Eclipse Platform teams deliver code on time and without (many) bugs. How do they pull it off? It's the "Eclipse Way". The same techniques can be useful in your own projects.
This was a great panel discussion between experts, practitioners, and audience members trying to support their RCP users or increase their own productivity. This post is a paraphrased transcript of the discussion.