Changing Eclipse from outside, Nodeclipse way

History of Nodeclipse from Node.js for Eclipse to Eclipse Node.

What is happening within Eclipse from outsider view.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

a. Typical User

b. User that raises issues

c. How I got into Nodeclipse

d. Story

e. Time, Priorities, Motivations

Learning Outcome

Learn to be active, and pro-active with your life.

How to get your bugs fixed quickly.

And why to spend time on open-source.

Target Audience

developers, architects

schedule Submitted 4 years ago

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