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Eclipse Day 2010 at Google
This year the Eclipse day attracted about 150 people who gathered at Google Headquarters. As you can imagine, the day was full of interesting presentations. The Eclipse system is growing in its size (with all the projects: 33 million lines of code) and complexity, but also in its capabilities.
For someone who is both using and teaching about Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF) and Google Web Toolkit (GWT), the recent inclusion of GWT as the target for code generation in EMF is a welcome addition. More about this in the presentation by Ed Merks. It is a great start, and I can imagine its potential when the integration becomes more mature!
For all of you who could not attend, presentation slides have been made available here.