Impressions of Code Generation 2009

Impressions of Code Generation 2009

On Monday, Sven, Sebastian, Moritz, Jan and me traveled to Cambridge where the Code Generation Conference takes place each year. Arriving one day ahead we had enough time to acclimate with fish 'n chips and some ale ...

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iWannaSleep

iWannaSleep

I love to listen to radio plays when going to bed and often I fall asleep only a few minutes after starting an episode. This works great for me but who switches off my Computer? A few ...

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New Xtext Logo

New Xtext Logo

Reading tweets, newsgroup posts, blogs, articles or press releases I am very excited to notice that xText gains increasing attention. As far as I can see most newcomers learn about xtext as a great tool to create ...

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Xtext at Eclipse DemoCamp May 2009 in Hamburg

Xtext at Eclipse DemoCamp May 2009 in Hamburg

Yesterday's Eclipse DemoCamp in Hamburg was a successful social event. The organizers Peter and Martin scheduled the Eclipse Stammtisch directly after the demo sessions so that many known but (to me) even more unknown faces gathered together ...

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Mac SVN Server

Mac SVN Server

Last Wednesday Peter, Jan and me discussed the idea to blog about nifty little tools that make up our daily life with our Macs. With this post I will start to do so and want to present ...

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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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Xtext M6 with more documentation and stable API

Xtext M6 with more documentation and stable API

According to the project plan we have published the sixth milestone version of TMF Xtext this Tuesday. Please note, this is not a release candidate, yet. Nevertheless, it's another huge step towards the Galileo release in June ...

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