TwitterClipse - Hacking Eclipse for Fun and Profit*
By adding Twitter support to Eclipse, we explain how Eclipse works, what Bundles are and how to write your own.
Developers know Eclipse as a powerful IDE for Java and other languages. It is build on a modular system (OSGi) of reusable pieces (called Bundles) written in Java. We explain how this works by developing a Twitter-Bundle for Eclipse during our presentation.
Attend this session to find out how Eclipse works, what Bundles are and how to write your own.
This presentation is best suited for developers that have some familiarity with Java.
Scott Lewis is an Eclipse committer and project lead for the Eclipse Communcation Framework (ECF). When not playing with his 6-year-old daughter, he likes working on ECF, Eclipse, Equinox, and OSGi.
He currently is with EclipseSource
Elias Volanakis is an Eclipse committer living in Portland, OR. When not working on Eclipse he helps developers build apps on top of it. On sunny days he might be hiking or rock climbing. On rainy days he blogs about Eclipse .