• Liked Sasikanth Bharadwaj

    Eclipse eye - the eclipse build monitoring app on cloud

    Sasikanth Bharadwaj
    Sasikanth Bharadwaj
    schedule 1 year ago
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    20 mins

    Eclipse committers have to watch the releng mailing list for build related emails, check every build for any test failures in their component, and analyse/report the failures if any so that further action can be taken. All this monitoring is really a monotonous task fit for an app - and that was how this app was born. The application periodically fetches available test results from hudson, and notifies registered users via email/push notifications. Users can register for email notifications by signing in with their google account and for push notifications via the android app. This is a good demonstration of how eclipse with its extensible framework and related tooling make it really straight forward to build, test and deploy applications to a cloud. This talk outlines the various tools used for the development of this application and gives a first hand account of using eclipse and related tools for cloud application development using a live application

  • Gireesh Punathil
    Gireesh Punathil
    schedule 11 months ago
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    45 mins

    A large percentage of Node application misbehavior can be effectively diagnosed through in-built Node/V8 tracing capabilities. There are a number of powerful tracing options to leverage in development, testing and production phases to validate that application design is indeed reflected in code, without ever instrumenting it.

    I will illustrate "top 10" Node/V8 tracing options - from simplest method tracing (find out call sequences, input parameters, return values) to tuning specific JIT compiler options to diagnose and resolve complex crashes/issues. The intention is to help audience understand in-built serviceability features of Node Runtime Environment, and self help in resolving production anomalies.

    Server side JavaScript with Node has gained unprecedented popularity as a powerful platform for Cloud / Web development, though the development tools and frameworks are still to mature to complement the productivity. There exists eclipse plugins for Node, but they need improved awareness among the developer community. Brining Node topics to this session are expected to improve this awareness - through implicit indications as well as explicit communication to the wider Eclipse consumers.


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