Most popular sessions and speakers at EclipseCon 2014

Thank you to everyone who attended EclipseCon, especially our speakers. The speakers spend a lot of time preparing for the conference and make the event a huge success. Therefore, I’d like to highlight some of the more popular sessions and speakers.

Most popular sessions (based on attendance)

  1. New Features in Java SE 8 – George Saab and Stuart Marks
  2. Making the Eclipse IDE fun again – continued – Martin Lippert, Fred Bricon and Andrew Clement
  3. API Design in Java 8 – John Arthorne
  4. What every Eclipse developer should know about Eclipse 4 (e4) – Jonas Helming and Eugen Neufeld
  5. A guided tour of Eclipse IoT – Benjamin Cabe
  6. Xtreme Eclipse 4: A tutorial on advanced usages of the Eclipse 4 platform – Sopot Cela, Lars Vogel and Paul Webster
  7. The New Profiling Tools in the Oracle JDK! – Klara Ward
  8. The Road to Lambda – Alex Buckley
  9. JDT embraces type annotations – Stephan Hermann
  10. M2M, IoT, device management: one protocol to rule them all? – Julien Vermillard

 

Most popular speakers (based on feedback survey*)

  1. JDT embraces lambda expressions – Srikanth Sankaran, Noopur Gupta and Stephen Hermann
  2. Turning Eclipse into an Arduino programming platform for kids – Melanie Bats
  3. Code Matters – Eclipse Hacker’s Git Guide – Stephan Lay, Christian Grail and Lars Vogel
  4. Writing JavaFX applications use Eclipse as IDE and runtime platform – Thomas Schindl
  5. Servlets are so ‘90s! – Holger Staudacher
  6. Building a full-product installer using P2 – Mark Bozeman and Mike Wrighton
  7. Connecting the Eclipse IDE to the Cloud-Based Era of Developer Tooling – Andrew Clement and Martin Lippert
  8. Advanced Use of Eclipse 4’s Dependency Injection Framework -Brian de Alwis
  9. What every Eclipse developer should know about Eclipse 4 (e4)  – Jonas Helming and Eugen Neufeld
  10. The Road to Lambda – Alex Buckley

 

* a session needed feedback from at least 15 attendees to make the list.

A detailed summary of all the sessions is available.

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