Time flies when you’re having fun! EclipseCon France has just finished and it’s already time to plan for EclipseCon Europe 2015 in November. The call for papers is out, and you should not miss the chance to present at the tenth European Eclipse Conference. It’s a great opportunity to meet people and show off your technology.
For the past two-three months I’ve been building a timekeeper plug-in for Eclipse to keep track of how much time I spend on each task and project. What started out as an experiment in using the latest Java 8 APIs, specifically DateTime and Streams, has at least for me become a useful tool. There are a few… Read More »
When the better looking Eclipse Marketplace was announced earlier today I got a nice reminder that I had forgot to announce the new version of the OS X Eclipse Launcher. It’s a fairly popular tool, currently ranking at 168 of 804 products available at the marketplace, with between 170 and 359 installs each month for the… Read More »
There are different notions of what an unit test actually is. While most will agree that it is a test that verifies a pretty small part of a software system, we don’t all agree on how big a part this is. Personally I want a unit test to cover as little as possible. This, I… Read More »
I realized it’s been quite a while since I wrote about building electronic books using the tools in Mylyn Docs and figured it is about time I published an update. It’s been pretty quiet around this project. I’ve had a couple of e-mails with request for support and a few bugs reported, most by myself.… Read More »