Blog Posts

    Higgins Again

    Tuesday, February 28, 2006 - 13:02 by Mike Milinkovich
    Anyone interested in my previous comments regarding the Higgins announcement should also read Bob Sutor’s post that so eloquently lays to rest much of the hyperbole concerning this announcement.

    More code templates in Eclipse

    Tuesday, February 28, 2006 - 08:57 by Wayne Beaton
    How about this… Start typing the name of a method (where a method should go). Don’t worry about the return type or anything else, just the name. Hit ctrl-space. Eclipse will offer to build a new private method with that name. Type “main” and hit ctrl-space and it will build...

    The Mouse that Roared

    Monday, February 27, 2006 - 20:18 by Mike Milinkovich
    No, I am not talking about one of my all-time favourite B movies . I’m talking about the Higgins announcement today. (Higgins being both a project at Eclipse and a Tasmanian long-tailed mouse.) In the press release, IBM, Novell and Parity Communications announced support for the Eclipse Higgins project. The...

    LinuxWorld Boston 2006

    Monday, February 27, 2006 - 09:50 by Wayne Beaton
    I sent in my talk for LinuxWorld Boston 2006 on Friday. Friday was the deadline and I do try to take deadlines seriously. As you can see from the fancy graphic on the left, the conference is in the beginning of April; I hate having to submit a talk so...

    Image View plugin

    Thursday, February 23, 2006 - 14:20 by Wayne Beaton
    I do all of my editing of the pages on eclipse.org (including editing articles for Eclipse Corner ) using Eclipse Web Tools . I personally don’t mind looking at HTML, and the HTML editor provided with Web Tools is top-notch (a lot of the content on eclipse.org is represented in...

    Medical Banking on Eclipse

    Tuesday, February 21, 2006 - 16:24 by Anonymous (not verified)
    The Medical Banking Project just announced they have selected Eclipse as the platform for their reference implementation. I think it is great to see vertical oriented organizations adopting Eclipse. In my mind vertical frameworks is an important part of the future of open source software and Eclipse.