Eclipse DemoCamps 2008 - Ganymede Edition/Karlsruhe/Session abstracts
This is the list of session abstracts for the Karlsruhe DemoCamp in June 2008.
Continuous Quality Assurance with inCode
[inCode] is a plugin for Eclipse's Java development environment, that has a different approach to software quality assurance than any other previous tool. Using inCode saves you the overhead of lengthy code review and restructuring sessions, by allowing you to detect and correct design problems continuously, as you code. In a sense, the tool acts as a virtual "pair programming buddy", that helps you stay in control of your code, and prevents emerging design flaws from becoming acute and therefore expensive to remove. Of course, the tool can also be used in a traditional manner, to perform off-line software quality assessments on large projects written in Java. inCode is the concretization of a number of ideas, some of which received an IBM Eclipse Innovation Award in 2006.
Adrian Trifu is a co-founder of [Intooitus], and a researcher in the area of object oriented software quality assurance and evolution. Between 2001 and 2007, he has worked as a researcher and consultant in the software engineering group of the [FZI] Research Center for Information Technology in Karlsruhe, Germany. In 2008, he earned his PhD from the University of Karlsruhe, with a thesis on automated diagnosis of design flaws in object oriented systems.
GMF/EMF based Substation Engineering Tool
The Transmission and Distribution of Energy is evolving to a high degree of automation. IEC61850 is an upcoming international standard for the modelling and real-time communication protocol in this domain. HELINKS has implemented an Eclipse based engineering tool supporting IEC61850. This tool makes use of GMF for the graphical Editors (Single Line Editor) and EMF for the entire domain modeling.
Jörg Reuter is owner and Director of HELINKS LLC, Switzerland. He has worked as R&D manager, software architect, consultant and software developer.