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Published on Jan 28, 2016
San Diego Java User's Group, January 19th 2016
Abstract: What happens when on-demand work spaces powered by Docker are transformed into a new kind of Java IDE accessed through your browser? This session introduces Eclipse Che and shows how a cloud IDE can make developing Java projects fast and powerful. Intellisense, content assist, machines powered by Docker, plug-in architecture, and performance compared to desktop IDEs will be reviewed and discussed. Che includes numerous forms of refactoring and uses Docker to initiate environments and machines to build and run code. The presentation also covers Maven, Ant, and Gradle extensions and discusses how Che can be extended with custom code templates, Dockerfiles, and plug-ins (authored in Java, of course!).
Speaker Bio: Tyler is the founder / CEO of Codenvy and a partner with Toba Capital. He is an Eclipse Foundation board member and investor in leading developer companies including WSO2, Sauce Labs, eXo Platform, ZeroTurnaround, InfoQ, Cloudant, and SourceGraph. He is the author of three (very old!) books on Java and was BEA's first chief evangelist in the 90s.
Company Bio: Codenvy makes developer workspaces instant. Developers code in mega workspaces with unlimited resources, then command our microservices to build and debug from anywhere. Based on open Eclipse projects, Codenvy is offered as SaaS & On-Prem. Codenvy has 50 employees and raised $9M from Toba Capital and Auriga Ventures.