Eclipse has been one of the most accepted platforms not only by developers but also by vendors. A great variety of plug-ins enables any language or platform to integrate with Eclipse seamlessly. However, times are changing, and being online and using online tools are a reality that makes sense because we all download our code from repositories, edit locally, and submit to repositories again. So why not do your coding in the cloud just next to your repo? Come to this session to get the answer.
A code geek, open source committer, conference speaker and Android Software Developer at Intel. Experienced in developing Mobile (native/html5), Java, Web, Flex, GWT, JavaEE and OSGi applications besides teaching courses and mentoring.
Eclipse committer in Eclipse Libra project. GDG Istanbul organizer since 2009
and a Conference Speaker..
Mobile Java with mGWT, Still Write once run everywhere , GWT.Create, San Francisco 2013
Paranoid Android, jDays, Gothenburg 2013
Zodiac of OSGi: Meet Eclipse Libra, Virgo and Gemini, jDays, Gothenburg 2013
Zodiac of OSGi: Meet Eclipse Libra, Virgo and Gemini, JavaOne, San Francisco 2013
Mobile Java with mGWT, Still Write once run everywhere , JavaOne, San Francisco 2013
Eclipse Orion: The IDE in the Clouds JavaOne, San Francisco 2013
Paranoid Android, Mobilist 2013
Android the Fifth Element: The WebView, Android Developer Days 2013
Mobile Java with mGWT, Still Write once run everywhere , Android Developer Days 2012
Android Best My Practices, Android Developer Days 2012
OSGi for the Earthlings: Meet Eclipse Libra, JavaOne, San Francisco 2012 / 2011
Android Development, Eclipse Helios Democamp 2010
OSAmi for OSGi Developers, EclipseCon, Santa Clara 2010
Flex meets Google App Engine, Google Meetup, San Francisco 2009
Rich Client Platforms Roundup, Eclipist 2009
Rapid Rich Internet App Development, Eclipsist 2008
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