Hope you enjoyed it.
… I’m leaving in about an hour to Washington DC for EclipseCon. I’m going to give 3 presentations (on e4 and JavaFX):
- Tuesday:The Eclipse 4 Application Platform explained – This talk will explain the Eclipse 4 Application Platform which can be used to write JavaFX application using OSGi, Dependency Injection and central application model
- Wednesday:e(fx)clipse – Eclipse Tooling and Runtime for JavaFX – will provide you an overview of the e(fx)clipse features for tooling and runtime
- Thursday:Eclipse 4 Meets CDO: Now You See It, and So Do They! – this one will be really cool. We show you how the JavaFX version of the above application and the SWT one can communicate using CDO – opening and zooming an image on the one will be reflected automagically by the other
- Hot Product Show Case – I’ll be presenting e(fx)clipse at this event to interested people
- Kai Tödter and myself think about setting up a BoF to discuss the future of JavaFX for the Eclipse 4 Application Platform
Hope to see you at my talks or talk to you in the hallways or the bar about Eclipse, e4, JavaFX, …
I had the possibility to join an amazing group of people to deliver talks at EclipseDay at the Googleplex.
I have to admit it feels extremly cool getting to the google campus. Thanks to Lars Vogel accepting me as a co-speaker and the Eclipse Foundation and Google Open Source Program Office organizing the event.
I hope I get once more the possibility to show up at this amazing event and talk about Eclipse Technologies, meet old friends and make some new ones.
Here is a link to the slides.
The great people from FOSSLC have recorded all EclipseCon Europe Talks. If you’ve not been able to attend here the direct links to my talks:
I’ve seen some people coming to my blog from the eclipsecon.org website and are probably looking for slides of the talks I’ve given:
- e(fx)clipse – Short intro as part of the JavaFX-Slot – Thanks Donald and Oracle for giving us a chance to show of what we’ve done already to bring JavaFX-Tooling to the Eclipse community
- State of Eclipse 4: What happened in 4.1 and what’s cooking for 4.2 – Thanks for Eric Moffatt joining me on stage
- Eclipse 4 Application Platform: Not commonly known features of the new platform
Just in case you liked my talks and think they might be interesting to others as well think about voting for my EclipseCon 2012 North America submissions:
- Writing Desktop applications using Eclipse 4 Application Platform and EMF-Databinding
- The Eclipse 4 Application Platform explained
- e(fx)clipse – Eclipse Tooling and Runtime for JavaFX
Beside that I’m going to be in Bay Area end of November joining Lars@Eclipse-Day-At-Googleplex which is already sold out but if you are interested in e(fx)clipse I’ve proposed a demo for the San Francisco Democamp – having been to Democamps in Europe I can only say discussing cool technologies while having one or two beers is one of the most enjoyable things in our business.