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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 20 October 2010 NYLUG: Annie Ying on Eclipse and GN
NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 20 October 2010 NYLUG: Annie Ying on Eclipse and GNU/Linux
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Subject: [nylug-announce] NYLUG Presents: 10/20 @ 6:30PM Annie Ying on
Eclipse, from the Linux perspective
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
590 Madison Ave, 12th Floor
corner of 57th Street
*** RSVP Closes at 4:30 PM the day of the meeting (sharp!) ***
Please RSVP for EVERY meeting at this time.
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Eclipse, from the Linux perspective
Eclipse, a software development environment and an extensible plug-in
platform, is closer to the Linux community than many Linux enthusiasts may
think. Eclipse has a vibrant community of contributors of plug-ins and
patches. Eclipse is governed by the Eclipse Foundation, a not-for-profit
corporation (even though it was born in a corporation, IBM.) Each Eclipse
installation comes with all the source code, supporting Linux enthusiasts'
practice of hacking-code-to-make-people's-lives-easier. Started a couple
of years ago, the Eclipse Linux Tools project provides better support for
Linux developers, including integration with native development tools such
as GNU Autotools and best practices for packaging. This project has also
helped several Linux distributions with packaging of Eclipse itself.
Eclipse's license is relatively friendly, further promoting the submission
In this talk, Annie will explore these synergies of Eclipse and Linux. She
will then dive into Eclipse hacking, both for customizing Eclipse for
yourself or your organization, and for contributing patches and plug-ins
back to the community.
* Eclipse Linux Tools
About Annie Ying:
Annie Ying's professional life has been revolving around Eclipse for ten
years, first as an intern at Eclipse's place of birth. After finishing a
Master's degree in Computer Science in 2003, she had worked for IBM Watson
Research Center for five years, building various programming tools on
Eclipse. Currently, she is inventing the next generation programming tools
as a PhD student in Computer Science at McGill University in Canada.
Please note that this meeting will be held at IBM, 590 Madison Ave,
12th floor, corner of 57th Street, and not at Google. This is
the building with the IBM logo on the front of the building.
Swag (Give Away):
During/after the meeting... unusually terrific swag may be given
After the meeting ... You may wish to join up with other NYLUGgers
for drinks and pub food. This month we'll be over at TGI Friday's
(677 Lexington and 56th Street, Second floor, Northeast corner),
but we are also evaluating other options for the future and welcome
Coding Workshops/Hacking Society:
This is a group of people that wants to learn about and work on coding
in Python, Smalltalk, Ruby, C++, and other languages, and hack on code.
There will also be help given for those who wish to install Linux for the
Sometimes they go out to eat afterward.
Bring something to show off and discuss!
The workshops meet every other Tuesday, at the NY Public Library,
Hudson Park Branch. 66 Leroy St. NY NY from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Next meetings are October 12, and October 26.
See the calendar at: http://nylug.org/hackcalendar
Please see our home page at http://www.nylug.org for the HTMLized
version of this announcement, our archives, and a lot of other good
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LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
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