For those of you considering RCP training, here’s why I think it makes a lot of sense. Time is money The first argument is a purely financial one. It’s just a fact that acquiring knowledge takes time and effort. If you spend days or weeks at your desk assembling information on RCP from websites, articles… Continue reading Why get RCP Training?
In my opinion, one of the best ways to learn about a technology is to listen to people talk about their own projects. Developers who have been in the trenches and worked through the nitty-gritty day-to-day issues have so much to teach us and can save us a lot of time and effort. If you… Continue reading Real World RCP at EclipseCon
I haven’t been posting much as I’ve been buried with work lately. Considering the state of the economy, I guess I should feel lucky! I hope to get back to posting more now that things have calmed down. Also, I wanted to apologize to anyone who was hoping to attend my Eclipse World presentations in… Continue reading What a month!
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by TMA – Too Many Acronyms 🙂 ? Sometimes as a software developer I feel like my job is to figure out William Steig puzzles, except that his make sense! So to translate the title, there is a new Eclipse project proposal – the Open Financial Market Platform (additional info… Continue reading OMG an OFMP BoF!