The JRuby team at Sun – Charles Nutter, Thomas Enebo and Nick Sieger – are leaving the company and heading […]
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A new coalition has come into existence to promote open source software in the United States government. OSA (Open Source […]
jBPM 4 has been released, informs Tom Baeyens, founder and lead of JBoss jBPM. You can get started with the […]
Wassim Melhelm has been project lead of the Eclipse Plug-in Development Environment (PDE) at IBM and held a keynote at the W-JAX in Munich “From Eclipse to Reality”.
This article gives a brief introduction to structure analysis using STAN, a static code analysis tool bringing together Java development and quality assurance in a natural way. STAN encourages developers and project managers in visualizing their design, understanding code, measuring quality and reporting design fl aws. STAN supports a set of carefully selected metrics, suitable to cover the most important Aspects of structural quality. Special focus has been set on visual dependency analysis, a key to structure analysis. STAN seamlessly integrates into the development process. That way, developers take care about design quality right from the start. Project managers use STAN as a monitoring and reporting tool.
We talked to Kentarou Fukuda in the Eclipse Accessibility Tools Framework, part of the new Eclipse Galileo Release.