Stevan Le Meur, Florent Benoit explain how to setup a workspace in Eclipse Che, how to create the environment using Docker, and show some of the advanced features of the IDE.
Wayne Beaton overviews the current state of Eclipse, discussing how to improve the user experience, support channels, and how to tap into the funding available to work on Eclipse IDE improvements.
The speakers discuss Smart Farming System Tooling, an environment to model, analyze and simulate an agricultural exploitation, biomass growth and water consumption based on user input and open data.
Doug Schaefer overviews the Arduino C++ IDE for Eclipse and discusses plans to take the IDE beyond just Arduino and into other microcontroller boards such as the ESP8266 IoT platform.
Andrew Bennett discusses the technical details associated with automating the development of Eclipse plugins, explaining how to build ICE items using the existing tools.
Thomas Schindl introduces the components and APIs available to build a custom IDE, showing how to build one that has Syntax Highlighting, Autocomplete, Error Reporting, Outline-Viewer and git support.
Martin Lippert introduces “Boot Dashboard”, a new open source tool for developing, deploying and debugging microservices in the cloud.
Alex Blewitt talks about Swift and looks at the open source project, how applications and libraries can be built, the differences between the different builds and how Swift works under the hood.
Matthias Sohn presents the Git features that are implemented in Eclipse Neon including git-flow commands, support for attributes, hooks and filters, versioning large binary files and others.
Max Rydahl Andersen explains how one can use Docker and Vagrant today with Eclipse to improve the local development experience and then cover how it all came together in the cloud and container space.
Tyler Jewell introduces Eclipse Che, the platform and the new approach to workspace, demoing along with SAP, Red Hat, IBM, and Microsoft its current level of integration with various cloud providers.
Ted Young shares his experience having to build their own solution or choosing an open source project in its infancy, the problems encountered and how they solved them.