Archive for April, 2009


Generation Gap Pattern

Generation Gap Pattern

The Generation Gap Pattern is a common way to weave manually written code into generated software artifacts. While this pattern describes how to structure your classes logically it does not teach you where to place these classes ...

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Xtext Workshop

Xtext Workshop

Sebastian and me had the opportunity to give some exciting Xtext Workshops during the last two weeks. Starting with internal trainings at different offices of itemis we continued our tour to our customers. InĀ  groups from 4 ...

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Google App Engine for Java and Google plug-in for Eclipse

Google App Engine for Java and Google plug-in for Eclipse

Today, Google announced that the Google App Engine will support Java. This is great news for every Java developer who wants to experiment with the cloud. At the moment Google grants an "early look" to only a ...

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Xtext at EclipseCon 2009

Xtext at EclipseCon 2009

This year's EclipseCon in Santa Clara was not only about Eclipse itself. For me, a silent observer who noticed this event only via the web, it acts like an important hub for many ideas and achievements inside ...

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