vrijdag 12 juni 2009

New version of EulumdatTools available

The last version of EulumdatTools using Ganymede is wat I created yesterday. If you need an editor and verifier for large sets of Eulumdat photometric data files, you can download it from here.

With the upcoming release of Galileo, future versions of EulumdatTools RCP application will be based on that.
What shall I tackle first to use and learn new features? Mac OSX Cocoa support, the small eraser in the search field, or maybe something deep inside: OSGI declarative services.

Eclipse Demo Camp Nieuwegein

Yesterday Industrial TSI hosted the Galileo Demo Camp.
The gathering was visited by people invited through the Dutch Eclipse User Group

Organization was handled perfectly by Yuri Kok and Wim Jongman.

We had Wim Jongman talking about new and Noteworthy in Galileo.

Alexander Broekhuis of luminis talked about MDA Tooling in Eclipse/RSA as used by Thales.

Jos Warmer of Ordina talked about Mod4j, a tool for making horizontal DSL's.

Arnout Engelfriet talked about Open Source licenses and the consequences of their use.

Marcel Offermand & Dennis Geurts of luminis talked about OSGI and Equinox.

The evening concluded with Koos de Goede of @portunity talked about Bleuprint, their tooling to make domain specific MDA tools. Unfortunately their Community Edition only works on Windows: no LInux, no Mac OSX.

Thank you for a very informative evening and the food and drinks!