Category Archives: eclipsecon

Andmore Planning for 0.5-M1

Finally unwinding from attending EclipseCon, and presenting the Andmore Project to the folks that are in attendance.   It is nice to see that there is still interest in having a first class set of tools that allow Android development. … Continue reading

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Repost: EclipseCon 2012 – What I WANT!

I’m reposting this, after having reviewed the first batch of submissions.  I’ve gone through and higlighted some key sections, at least for me.  You have through Monday for early bird selection.  Final submission deadline is Nov 18th. It’s that time … Continue reading

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EclipseCon 2012 – What I WANT!

It’s that time of year again…EclipseCon North America submission time. Like every year, the program committee is asking you to submit your talk early.  Ian and Doug have been cracking the whip pretty hard telling us to blog, so here … Continue reading

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Where are those Dependencies?

After listening to several talks about preventing architecture erosion while at EclipseCon 2011, I decided to reinstall the PDE Incubator Dependency Visualizer plugin.   One of the common problems I’ve run into with bundles, is the mixture of UI and Core dependencies. … Continue reading

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EclipseCon 2011: Tuesday Talk Highlight

For me on Tuesday, the clear stand out talk was the “Android Developers Tools” talk, although the “Stop the Erosion of Eclipse Architecture” talk has a personal interest followed by Ian’s and Pascal’s P2 talk…oh wait that is “p2” (probably … Continue reading

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EclipseCon 2011: Monday Talk Highlight

Instead of giving a complete summary of Monday, I’ll try and highlight the one talk that I felt provided the most buzz that I attended.   Of those that I didn’t attend, but was getting good buzz on twitter was … Continue reading

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Eclipsecon BOFs

So you did not get your talk accepted to Eclipsecon, do not threat.  You can still get the information out to the attendees.   Try holding a BOF (Birds of a Feather).   Due to timing constraints for the Turmeric project from … Continue reading

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