Juno’s Hot in June
So what’s hot in Juno, the upcoming latest Eclipse yearly release? As planned, Yoann and I were at the Eclipse Juno DemoCamp hosted by Xerox Lab in Grenoble on June the 13th to listen to the quick list of BonitaSoft’s Aurélien Pupier.
For all hardcore Eclipse fans among you, here it is: xcore [...]
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Juno’s Hot in June
Up to now, all presentations we did about EasySOA had been about how much EasySOA would make life easy to actors of the SOA process, and how it was done (or planned to). Sure, we did reality checks and worked closely with users that we’d trust – that is, EasySOA Partner Entreprises. But we’d never [...]
Videos of the EasySOA talk at OW2 Con 2011 are available (for quite some time already, sorry me, but better late than never !) on this YouTube playlist : EasySOA : Putting a collaborative twist on SOA thanks to OW2 (video 1, video 2). Thanks Alexandre Levefbre of OW2 for this masterful director’s cut [...]
What you won’t find on this site is a report of OW2Con back in 2010, even though EasySOA had its own stand there since Open Wide actually sponsored the last year’s event. This is because EasySOA was just coming out of its womb, being officially born only three weeks earlier, and partners having met for [...]
fOSSa at our door
This year the fOSSa train stopped in Lyon – more precisely on the Doua campus in Villeurbanne. It couldn’t be closer from our Lyon team, so at the end of October we went there in force !
What’s fOSSa ? Well, it stands for free Open Source Software for academics, but what the [...]
Think, Code, Experiment
That’s not the first time I went to the Open World Forum, but this year they had a program with a twist both ambitious and peculiar : a three-part motto “Think, Code, Experiment”, each replete with their own conferences and events, to gather decision-makers, developers and digital artists all in the same place. [...]
On the 28th of June, the EasySOA team went to Grenoble to participate to the Indigo Eclipse DemoCamp at the invitation of Adrian Mos – who has incidentally become this year a member of the Eclipse Architecture Council on behalf of the Eclipse SOA top level project.
I really think that doing a talk about a [...]
Started coding only two months ago, and already a demo video ? That’s startup level, now who is going to believe that we’re funded by a collaborative research project ? Well, that’s what happens when you want to show, despite an all-out technical moniker, that you bring added value to business users – and that’s what [...]