Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

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Free Tools and Editors devroom


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Sunday Welcome to the Free Tools & Editors Room! Insights into the Eclipse Open Source Project - News from the Eclipse Platform and IDE Project Surfing the Tsunami - News from the IntelliJ IDEA Community From Oracle to Apache - News from the NetBeans Community New Java Features & Apache NetBeans OpenBeans IDE - Creating an Apache NetBeans Distribution LSP for Java and GraalVM Development Eclipse Loves LSP - Achieving More with Less Language Server Protocol & Debug Adapter Protocol to the Rescue of Web Development in Eclipse IDE Flutter Development in Eclipse Emacs Should Be Emacs Lisp - Thoughts on the Future of Emacs TerosHDL - Open Source IDE for FPGA Developers. Projectional Editing and Its Implications IntelliJ Elixir - Elixir Plugin for JetBrains IDEs VSCode Extension for OpenShift Developers Developer Workspace As Code - Is Developer Heaven in the Cloud? FaaS You Like It: Create Serverless Functions & Run Anywhere Bach.java
Lightweight Java Build Tool for modular projects
Unit Testing with JUnit Jupiter - How to Use the new JUnit Jupiter Platform

Developers working on free tools and editors, focused on a variety of technologies, though overlapping in a variety of ways, have a room of their own, where tools engineers and editor engineers can discuss their common and overlapping requirements, enabling the fostering of a community in support of languages and technologies throughout multiple ecosystems.

The free tools and editors room is an opportunity for developers in this domain to meet, discuss the current state of their projects, and their roadmaps, while also helping others to understand the state of these interrelated projects.

Please join us, regardless of whether you are a core hacker, a plugin hacker, a user, a packager, or a hacker on a project that integrates, extends, or complements any free tool or editor.

Onwards to a united approach to helping developers get the most out of their free tools and editors!

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Sunday

  Welcome to the Free Tools & Editors Room! Geertjan Wielenga, Lars Vogel, Trisha Gee 09:00 09:05
  Insights into the Eclipse Open Source Project - News from the Eclipse Platform and IDE Project Lars Vogel 09:05 09:25
  Surfing the Tsunami - News from the IntelliJ IDEA Community Trisha Gee 09:30 09:50
  From Oracle to Apache - News from the NetBeans Community Geertjan Wielenga 09:55 10:15
  New Java Features & Apache NetBeans Jan Lahoda 10:20 10:40
  OpenBeans IDE - Creating an Apache NetBeans Distribution Emilian Bold 10:45 11:05
  LSP for Java and GraalVM Development Martin Entlicher 11:10 11:30
  Eclipse Loves LSP - Achieving More with Less Alexander Kurtakov 11:35 11:55
  Language Server Protocol & Debug Adapter Protocol to the Rescue of Web Development in Eclipse IDE Mickael Istria 12:00 12:20
  Flutter Development in Eclipse Jonas Hungershausen 12:25 12:45
  Emacs Should Be Emacs Lisp - Thoughts on the Future of Emacs Tom Tromey 12:50 13:10
  TerosHDL - Open Source IDE for FPGA Developers. Carlos Alberto 13:15 13:35
  Projectional Editing and Its Implications Václav Pech 13:40 14:00
  IntelliJ Elixir - Elixir Plugin for JetBrains IDEs Luke Imhoff 14:05 14:25
  VSCode Extension for OpenShift Developers Sudhir Verma 14:30 14:50
  Developer Workspace As Code - Is Developer Heaven in the Cloud? Lukas Krejci 14:55 15:15
  FaaS You Like It: Create Serverless Functions & Run Anywhere Ewan Slater 15:20 15:40
  Bach.java
Lightweight Java Build Tool for modular projects
Christian Stein 15:45 16:05
  Unit Testing with JUnit Jupiter - How to Use the new JUnit Jupiter Platform Karl Heinz Marbaise 16:15 16:35