Archive for July, 2009


Xtext in print

Xtext in print

Complementary to the extensive twitter presence, heaps of blog posts, the website relaunch as well as the successful webinar Xtext now enters print media. Today, the German iX Magazin for professional IT (issue 08/2009) publishes an article ...

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Xtext: Model Prize Laureate

Xtext: Model Prize Laureate

What do a G1 Android mobile phone, a ticket for the Eclipse Summit Europe 2009, signed books about modeling as well as Xtext T-Shirts have in common? I am proud to say that itemis, the company I ...

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Announcing the Xtext Webinar on Wednesday, 15th July

Announcing the Xtext Webinar on Wednesday, 15th July

Next Wednesday, Sven and I will hold the Eclipse Webinar "Xtext: Developing Domain Specific Languages". We are going to classify Xtext compared to other concepts and frameworks and demonstrate its capabilities with a refined version of an ...

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How Dropbox simplifies life

How Dropbox simplifies life

Recently, I had to prepare a conference talk together with a colleague while both of us were working at different locations across the country. Via chats and phone calls we elaborated the topics, shared ideas and presented ...

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Xtext at DemoCamp London in June 2009

Xtext at DemoCamp London in June 2009

This Monday the Eclipse DemoCamp took place in London at Skills Matter. You will find a comprehensive review at InfoQ by Alex Blewitt where you can read about NatTable (Dan Pollitt) and JQantLib/OSGi (Richard Gomes) as well ...

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