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Getting started with Composite Data Objects and Neo4j

In this blog post I want introduce you to the basic principles of CDO (short for "Composite Data Objects for Java") - still quite a young framework. At the time of writing this blog post the work is in progress to release version 0.2.0. The project is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0...

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by Lars Martin , 5 yrs ago

Eclipse DemoCamp Berlin & Dresden

At the end of 2013 a new round of Eclipse DemoCamps will be performed in Berlin and Dresden. We are happy to support the commumity organizing the camps. On December 2nd we are again guests at Fraunhofer FOKUS in Berlin. Starting with networking among the participants at 5:30pm, the demos will st...

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by Lars Martin , 5 yrs ago

Automated Design Pattern Identification of Java Programs

During the last weeks I have held several talks about Model Driven Reverse Engineering. Besides some slides about the theoretical principles of Model Driven Reverse Engineering my focus was on some practical hands-on units. The presented toolchain was based on Eclipse MoDisco - a generic and exten...

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by Lars Martin , 5 yrs ago

Open up the doors for the 3. Eclipse Hackathon in Dresden

It seems to be a sort of tradition already - the biannual Eclipse Hackathon in Dresden. On 21st April 2012 was the start of that series. To be followed by the second of its kind on 13th October 2012. If you don't know the Eclipse Hackathon (aka Plug-In Fest) yet here comes a list of articles to lear...

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by Lars Martin , 6 yrs ago

My first encounter with Eclipse ObjectTeams: OT/J and OT/Equinox

During the 2. Eclipse Plug-In Fest in October 2012 in Dresden one of the project challenges presented by Mirko Seifert is to extend the well known MANIFEST.MF Editor which is part of the regular Eclipse PDE Feature. An additional Button should let him remove the version / build qualifier from all...

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by Lars Martin , 6 yrs ago