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    Back from EclipseWorld

    Thursday, September 1, 2005 - 04:49 by Anonymous (not verified)
    I just got back from Eclipse World in NYC. This was the first year for Eclipse World and it seemed people very please with the results. They had a strong program and all of the sessions were well attended. Some of the highlights from the session I attended were: John...

    Sexy RCP

    Wednesday, August 24, 2005 - 04:08 by Anonymous (not verified)
    Here is a great write-up on Eclipse RCP from Eric Barroca of Nuxeo. I must admit it if the first time I’ve heard RCP described as being sexy. I am sure lots of people would agree that Eclipse RCP is pretty hot. Sounds like the guys at Nuxeo are doing...

    eRCP Interview

    Thursday, August 18, 2005 - 17:07 by Anonymous (not verified)
    Ed Burnette of EclipseZone has posted an interesting interview with the leaders of the eRCP project. This project just released their first release candidate of eSWT. If you want a good overview of this project and the future directions, it is definitely worth the read.

    Upcoming CDT Press Release

    Thursday, August 18, 2005 - 16:35 by Anonymous (not verified)
    We are planning to issue a press release next Monday announcing the new CDT 3.0 release. Btw, the download is already available. The CDT team has done a ton of work on the parser and build system, making it a lot easier to integrate into other products. Congratulations to the...

    Compare and Contrast

    Tuesday, August 16, 2005 - 16:05 by Mike Milinkovich
    This week I read two articles which really got me thinking about the value of an agile and community-based development processes. The first was the fact that roughly six weeks after shipping Eclipse 3.1, Eclipse 3.2 M1 is already available. And it is not just a token release. There are...

    Eclipse News Portals

    Tuesday, August 16, 2005 - 09:12 by Mike Milinkovich
    I am back from vacation and dealing with the inevitable mound of emails. Sometimes I wonder if vacations are, in fact, worth the agony of returning to work The past few months have been fascinating in terms of watching the sudden explosion in Eclipse-focused web portals and news sources. I...