ETX 2007Eclipse Technology Exchange Workshop at OOPSLA 2007
Montréal, Québec, Canada
The Eclipse platform is designed for building integrated development environments (IDEs) for object-oriented application development. The goal of the Eclipse Technology Exchange workshop (ETX) is to bring together researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas about potential new uses of Eclipse and how the core Eclipse technology can be leveraged, improved and/or extended for research and teaching projects. Building on the success of the Eclipse Technology eXchange workshops at OOPSLA 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006, this 1.5 day workshop will include the presentation of original papers on a number of topics related to the Eclipse platform.
NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS![22 October] The workshop is over. ETX 2007 involved 30 participants. Congratulations to Yoonki Song and Suresh Thummalapenta for winning the Best Student Paper Award, and to Reid Holmes for winning the audience-determined Best Presentation Award.
[18 October] Working on software development tools? Consider sumbitting a paper to the IEEE Software's Special Issue on Software Development Tools
[15 October] Listen to the OOPSLA Podcast about the ETX!
[9 October] The workshop papers are now available (see the program).
[6 September] The workshop will feature a keynote
talk by Jeff McAffer, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM
Rational and lead of the Eclipse Equinox OSGi, RCP and Orbit teams.
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