ETX 2015 invites original and unpublished contributions about potential new uses of Eclipse and how Eclipse technology can be leveraged, improved, and/or extended for research and education. The research program will be made available September 7th, 2015.

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Conference Day
Tue 27 Oct

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10:30 - 12:00
Session 2ETX at Edenburg
10:30
40m
Talk
CSIclipse: Presenting Crash Analysis Data to Developers
ETX
Peter OhmannUniversity of Wisconsin - Madison, Ben LiblitUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison
Pre-print
11:15
40m
Talk
Androsgi: bringing the power of OSGi to Android
ETX
Steven BohezGhent University - iMinds, Elias De ConinckGhent University - iMinds, Tim VerbelenGhent University, Bart DhoedtGhent University - iMinds
15:30 - 17:00
Session 4ETX at Edenburg
15:30
40m
Talk
Experience from Implementing a Complex Eclipse Extension for Software Product Line Engineering
ETX
Sascha El-SharkawyUniversity of Hildesheim, Christian KröherUniversity of Hildesheim, Holger EichelbergerUniversity of Hildesheim, Klaus SchmidStiftung Universistat Hildesheim
16:10
40m
Talk
GOLD: A Graph Oriented Language Implemented Using the Eclipse Xtext FrameWork
ETX
Alejandro SoteloUniversidad de los Andes, Silvia TakahashiSystems and Computing Engineering Department , Universidad de los Andes , Bogotá, Colombia
16:50
10m
Day closing
Wrap up
ETX

Call for Papers

Submissions deadline extended to 16 August.

ETX 2015 invites original and unpublished contributions about potential new uses of Eclipse and how Eclipse technology can be leveraged, improved, and/or extended for research and education.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)
  • Supporting the software development process
  • Debugging and testing of software
  • Supporting design, requirements and specifications
  • Modelling environments and frameworks
  • Aspect-oriented programming
  • Program analysis and transformation
  • OSGi
  • Eclipse for Cloud development and DevOps
  • Eclipse for developing the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Eclipse for building Rich Client Applications
  • Eclipse for mobile application development
  • Computer-based learning
  • Software engineering education
  • Courseware

ETX 2015 submissions must be original and unpublished work of up to 6 pages in the SIGPLAN Proceedings Format, 10 point font (note that this requires setting an option in the LaTeX template), and are single-blind (i.e., authors are not anonymous). We accept research papers as well as relevant position or experience papers. Submit your paper now via the Easychair website

The proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital Library as part of the SPLASH Conference.