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Beginner’s Guide to Saros

July 30, 2010

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The kind fellows at the Planet Eclipse community have consented to aggregate this blog as a resource for the dissemination of information on Saros. They have recommended that I author a post to serve as a beginner’s guide. To that end, I’ve put together a new static page about Saros. Enjoy.

Saros Becomes Evermore Insanely Great

May 31, 2010

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On Friday, the Software Engineering Workgroup of Freie Universität delivered the latest release of Saros, the Eclipse plug-in that enables you to use the editor to perform distributed party programming. Version 10.5.28 brings you, in addition to a host of bugfixes, yet another new feature you won’t find in competing products (how are liking this […]

Saros @ ICSE

May 14, 2010

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ICSE 2010 is over. Those lucky enough to have gone have had their reward of first dibs on the material presented, so now I can present a brief summary of the paper that we in the Software Engineering group at Freie Universität produced for that conference. The paper is both a way of announcing Saros […]

(Not) Going to ICSE

April 9, 2010

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My colleagues and I recently had a paper accepted to the CHASE workshop (Cooperative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering) at ICSE 2010. The programme details are now available. ICSE 2010 is in Cape Town, South Africa this year, which makes me all the more sad that I can’t go. The presentation of the paper […]

New Features Take Saros from Strength to Strength

March 29, 2010

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The latest version of Saros (10.3.26), released last Friday, was quite an important one, because it provides the application with features that vastly reduce the need for other complimentary applications. In short, the Saros feature set has grown so as to make it a largely self-contained application. Let me furnish you with a brief guide […]

An Introduction to Saros

November 25, 2009

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I feel as though I am almost completely adjusted and acclimatised to my new surroundings, and furthermore I am now becoming fully immersed in my new work here at the Free University of Berlin (FU). Therefore, I think I can begin to introduce the new work I am now part of. My research concerns have […]