November will kick off with EclipseCon Europe in Ludwigsburg, Germany. It’s an excellent conference and a great opportunity to connect with the community. But, it gets even better: This year’s program is loaded with Mylyn related talks that cover a range of topics about exciting developments in Mylyn!
- Eclipse Hacker’s Guide to the Git Universe by Matthias Sohn, Benjamin Muskalla and others
- Experiences from migrating Mylyn to Git and Tycho by Steffen Pingel
- What the heck are logical models? by Benjamin Muskalla and Mikael Barbero
- Collaborative Modeling: the New Deal by Mariot Chauvin, Benjamin Muskalla and Martin Fluegge
- Build your EPUBs with Eclipse, and read them too by Torkild U. Resheim
- Introducing the Visual Editor for XML by Florian Thienel
- Task-focused modeling with Mylyn, EMF and Papyrus by Benjamin Muskalla
- Pimp your productivity with Git, Gerrit, Hudson and Mylyn by Benjamin Muskalla and Steffen Pingel
- Mylyn Reviews – Introducing Review for Eclipse (R4E) by Alvaro Sanchez
- Create useful documentation with Mylyn Intent: a step further in Application Life-cycle Management by Alex Lagarde, William Piers and Cedric Brun
About Steffen Pingel
Steffen Pingel is a Principal Software Engineer at Tasktop Technologies in beautiful Vancouver, BC. He enjoys working on tools that keep developers focused and productive and regularly speaks at conferences and user groups. He earned commit rights on the Eclipse Mylyn project in 2006 while completing his degree in Software Engineering at the University of Stuttgart. Since, he has become a member of the Eclipse Architecture Council and the Mylyn PMC and now leads several Mylyn sub-projects on Eclipse.org. Steffen is fascinated by the quality and extensibility of the Eclipse platform which keeps inspiring him to improve the Mylyn framework.