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Why Model When You Can Just Program?

in ECE, ECE2012, EclipseCon, EclipseCon Europe, EclipseCon Europe 2012, EMF, Programming, Eclipse
Eclipse

Location

Ludwigsburg
Germany
48° 53' 38.6232" N, 9° 11' 43.6704" E

As a software developer, programming is as natural as speaking and listening. Java code rolls from your fingertips accelerated by Eclipse's excellent tools.

Event: 
ECE2012
Speaker: 
Ed Merks

EclipseCon Europe 2011

in Build, Community, Company, ECE2011, EclipseCon Europe 2011. ECE. EclipseCon Europe, EMF, Entrepreneurship, Programming, Hudson, Mylyn, Orion, p2, Tycho, Eclipse
Eclipse

This conference brought leading developers from the Eclipse and Java ecosystems together in Ludwigsburg Germany in November 2011.

Event Date: 
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Friday, November 4, 2011

Location

Luwdwigsburg, BW
Germany
48° 53' 38.6232" N, 9° 11' 43.6704" E

Requirements Modeling Framework: a Game-Changer

in ECE, ECE2011, EMF, Video, Eclipse
Eclipse

The Eclipse ecosystem provides a number of projects to support software development and systems engineering. However, in the open source community, one important aspect of the engineering process has been very much neglected until now - Requirements Management. The "Requirements Modeling Framework" (RMF) is a proposed open source project under the "Model Development Tools Project".

The goal of RMF is to provide the community with a solid implementation of the OMG ReqIF (Requirements Interchange Format) standard upon which various requirements management tools can be built as well as integrated. RMF plans to provide a means for data exchange between tools, an EMF based meta-model, infrastructure tooling and user interface.

The talk would provide first-hand information about the new project, its scope and current state. The session would also be chance to inform yourself about the importance of this standardization effort in requirements management domain.

Event: 
ECE2011
Speaker: 
Andreas Graf

Let the sunshine in! News from the Dawn side of life

in ECE, ECE2011, EMF, Video, Eclipse
Eclipse

The importance of EMF for current and future software projects is undeniable. Thus is the importance for distributed and scalable model persistence, which is perfectly solved by CDO. But now it is time for the next step and to focus on the integration of modeling based user interfaces.

Dawn addresses this need and provides easy integration between EMF-based user interfaces and model repositories. It is focused on enhancing your existing UI with collaborative functions like real-time shared editing, conflict visualization and resolution, authentication, authorization, locking or web-based access to your models.

This talk will briefly introduce the main concepts of Dawn. This includes the basic principles, the Dawn runtime and the generation aspects of the framework. We will explore the main features released with the Indigo version of Dawn (1.0) and will have a look to the interesting feature plan on the road to Juno. A small demonstration will give you an impression how great it feels to be freed from the bounds of local model persistence and to dive into the ocean of true real-time collaborative modeling.

Event: 
ECE2011
Speaker: 
Martin Fluegge