TypeFox: Native Notebook support for Eclipse Theia
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John Kellerman: Eclipse Cloud DevTools Contributor Award: Rob Moran and Jens Reinecke for their outstanding contributions to CDT Cloud
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Eclipse Cloud DevTools Contributor Award: Rob Moran and Jens Reinecke for their outstanding contributions to CDT Cloud The Eclipse Cloud Developer Tools (ECDT) community is happy to announce Rob Moran and Jens Reinecke from Arm as the recipients of the Contributor Award in the second quarter 2024 for their continuous, strategic, and highly valuable contributions to CDT Cloud. Their exceptional efforts, technical domain knowledge and leadership within the community continue to significantly advance our tools and our projects. Rob and Jens have been instrumental in several key areas of CDT Clou ..read more
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Eclipse Announcements: Participate in the Open Source Global South Developer Survey
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Participate in the Open Source Global South Developer Survey Jacob Harris Thu, 2024-05-16 15:49 If you live in the Global South, take a few minutes to participate in our new survey. Your insights help strengthen our understanding of open source worldwide. URL https://repdata.decipherinc.com/survey/selfserve/53b/240507?list=2 ..read more
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Donald Raab: Map-Oriented Programming in Java
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Using MOP may be convenient sometimes, but it can also be messy. Photo by Photos of Korea on UnsplashTo the Batpoles! I created polls in Twitter(!X) and LinkedIn asking if developers use a Bag/Multiset type or if they just use Java Map. Unsurprisingly, java.util.Map is dominating both polls. Donald Raab on Twitter: "Do you use Guava Multiset, Apache Collections Bag, or Eclipse Collections Bag types? Or do you just get by with trusty Java Map? / Twitter" Do you use Guava Multiset, Apache Collections Bag, or Eclipse Collections Bag types? Or do you just get by with trusty Java Map ..read more
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Donald Raab: Map-Oriented Programming in Java
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Using MOP may be convenient sometimes, but it can also be messy. Photo by Photos of Korea on UnsplashTo the Batpoles! I created polls in Twitter(!X) and LinkedIn asking if developers use a Bag/Multiset type or if they just use Java Map. Unsurprisingly, java.util.Map is dominating both polls. Donald Raab on Twitter: "Do you use Guava Multiset, Apache Collections Bag, or Eclipse Collections Bag types? Or do you just get by with trusty Java Map? / Twitter" Do you use Guava Multiset, Apache Collections Bag, or Eclipse Collections Bag types? Or do you just get by with trusty Java Map ..read more
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John Kellerman: Eclipse Cloud DevTools Digest - March and April, 2024
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Eclipse Cloud DevTools Digest - March and April, 2024 Improved Performance in Theia IDE Earlier, Matthew Khouzam and I wrote and article about the hard work that went into a Eclipse Theia IDE delivers a noticeable boost in performance over the “Theia Blueprints” releases 3 months ago. This is a look into recent work to instrument, measure, and ultimately improve the performance of Eclipse Theia IDE. Artificial Intelligence (AI) Integration with IDEs Jonas, Maximilian, and Philip of EclipseSource penned a compelling article on the integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with IDEs, as we see ..read more
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InfoQ Eclipse feed: Java News Roundup: New JEPs, Payara Platform, Spring Boot 10th Anniversary Podcast
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This week's Java roundup for May 6th, 2024 features news highlighting: the May edition of the Payara Platform; and new JEP candidates, namely: JEP 477, Implicitly Declared Classes and Instance Main Methods (Third Preview), JEP 480, Structured Concurrency (Third Preview), JEP 479, Remove the Windows 32-bit x86 Port, and JEP 478, Key Derivation API (Preview). By Michael Redlich ..read more
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Jonas, Maximilian and Philip: Eclipse Theia 1.49 Release: News and Noteworthy
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We are happy to announce the Eclipse Theia 1.49 release! The release contains 53 merged pull requests. In this article we will highlight some selected improvements and provide an overview of the … The post Eclipse Theia 1.49 Release: News and Noteworthy appeared first on EclipseSource ..read more
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Donald Raab: Comparing Collections in Java
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Learn when to use List, Set, Bag or Map if you don’t have a Bag. Photo by gemma on UnsplashTest Infected and Happy! I love writing executable code examples in unit tests. Using JUnit Assertions is so much more interesting and sometimes more challenging than just writing a main() method with some System.out.println() methods to experiment. Writing tests gives me confidence that my code works today, and confidence tomorrow that the code I wrote still works as written. If it doesn’t work, the test will fail and tell me. Two of the most common JUnit 5 Assertions that I ..read more
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Donald Raab: Docendo discimus and Retroactive Interference
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By teaching, we learn and when we learn, we sometimes forget. Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash docendo discimus This Latin phrase translates to “by teaching, we learn.� Thanks to Chandra Guntur for teaching this phrase to me, a few days before a talk I gave at QCon New York in 2018. I have used this phrase so many times over the last six years, that I included it in a new category in the Desktop Don Reference with the title of “Communication� . I was reminded about how much I love teaching, by my former colleague Bhavana Hindupur, in a LinkedIn post yesterday. Thank you ..read more
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