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The slides I used to introduce Xtend and a longer demo at EclipseCon 2012

The slides I used to introduce Xtend and a longer demo at EclipseCon 2012

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  • - A statically typed, functional programming language for the JVM\n- Developed at Eclipse.org and provides a couple of very interesting and unique Features.\n
  • - Eclipse JDT, IntelliJ and Netbeans are the best IDEs in the world for any language\n- Findbugs, Profilers, JRebel\n\n- huge amount of open-source projects. There’s something for everything!\n- well supported by a nice community\n- consisting of almost 10 mio developes\n
  • - Eclipse JDT, IntelliJ and Netbeans are the best IDEs in the world for any language\n- Findbugs, Profilers, JRebel\n\n- huge amount of open-source projects. There’s something for everything!\n- well supported by a nice community\n- consisting of almost 10 mio developes\n
  • - Eclipse JDT, IntelliJ and Netbeans are the best IDEs in the world for any language\n- Findbugs, Profilers, JRebel\n\n- huge amount of open-source projects. There’s something for everything!\n- well supported by a nice community\n- consisting of almost 10 mio developes\n
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  • 1. Fresh Java @xtendlang @svenefftinge Sven Efftinge (c) 2012 itemis AG
  • 2. IDEs, Tools,...
  • 3. IDEs, Tools,...Open-Source
  • 4. IDEs, Tools,...Open-Source Community
  • 5. IDEs, Tools,...Open-Source Standard Library Community
  • 6. IDEs, Tools,... Should we really throw all those assets away?Open-Source Standard Library Community
  • 7. IDEs, Tools,... Should we really throw all those assets away? How about just fixing theOpen-Source Standard Library problematic bits? Community
  • 8. Java’s Type System & Library
  • 9. Java’s Type System & Library Java’s IDE support
  • 10. Java’s Type System & Library Java’s IDE support Functional Programming
  • 11. Java’s Type System & Library Java’s IDE support Functional Programming Extension Methods
  • 12. Java’s Type System & Library Java’s IDE support Functional Programming Extension Methods Exceptional DSL Support
  • 13. A clean, fast andstatically typed Groovy
  • 14. A simpler Scala, with100% Java Interoperability
  • 15. CoffeeScript for Java
  • 16. DEMO
  • 17. xtend-lang.org @xtendlang @svenefftinge Thank you! (c) 2012 itemis AG