Eclipse Europa Projects

* AJDT – AspectJ
* BIRT
* Buckminster – like maven for Eclipse world
* CDT – C/C++ IDE
* Corona – “Provide an OSGi-based SOA component framework for server-side Eclipse plug-in deployment.”
* DLTK – dynamic languages tool kit
* DSDP – Device Software Development Platform, for different devices with computers in them, medial devices, etc.
* DTP – data tools, like SQL tools
* ECF – Eclipse Communications Framework. Messaging with intent of collaboration. XMPP, Skype, p2p stuff
* Eclipse core – Equinox, Platform (RCP), JDT, PDE (plugin)
* Dash and Monkey – like Greasemonkey for Eclipse. Scripts written in JavaScript
* EMF – XMLobject model
* EMFT – extensions and uses of EMF
* GEF – “rich graphical editor from an existing application mode”
* MDT – Model Development Tools meta-model for doing things like UML, RDF/OWL, etc.
* Mylar!
* SDT – SOA Tools Platform Project – frameworks and exemplary extensible tools that enable the design, configuration, assembly, deployment, monitoring, and management of software designed around a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
* TPTP – framework for testing and performance tools
* WTP – tools for J2EE and “web-centric application development.
More Eclipse Europa

A clean window gives a perfect view. When we ask a question, we want to get a window into the source. When you put values in your questions, it’s like putting dirt on the window. It obscures the view of the lake beyond. People shouldn’t notice the question in an interview, just like they shouldn’t notice the window. They should be looking at the lake.

[DrunkAndRetired.com Podcast] Episode 92 – Rails Back-ends, Community, and Functional Programming

The only think more fun than XML is…more XML.

In this exciting episode, Coté talk with Dave Fayram (aka “KirinDave”), currently of PowerSet, about his experience writing Rails back-ends (at places like mag.nolia. and mog), being part of the Rails community, and functional programming.

Thanks again to Dave for standing in for Charles who’s at destinations unknown in Finland…we think.

(This episode edited by Coté)

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[DrunkAndRetired.com Podcast] Episode 92 – Rails Back-ends, Community, and Functional Programming

[DrunkAndRetired.com Podcast] Episode 92 – Rails Back-ends, Community, and Functional Programming

The only think more fun than XML is…more XML.

In this exciting episode, Coté talk with Dave Fayram (aka “KirinDave”), currently of PowerSet, about his experience writing Rails back-ends (at places like mag.nolia. and mog), being part of the Rails community, and functional programming.

Thanks again to Dave for standing in for Charles who’s at destinations unknown in Finland…we think.

(This episode edited by Coté)

Tags: , , , , .