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Introducing Hadoop Development Tools

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Few days back Apache Hadoop Development Tools a.k.a. HDT was released.  The projects aims at bringing plugins in eclipse to simplify development on Hadoop platform. This blog aims to provide an overview of few great features of HDT. Single Endpoint The project can act as a single endpoint for your HDFS, Zookeeper and MR Cluster. You can connect to your HDFS/Zookeeper instance ...

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Developing Eclipse plugins

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Recently I started working with a team on an Eclipse plugin. The team had developed an awesome plugin that does the intended purpose. Thus I checked out the source and tried building it. The project source contained all the required libraries and it could only be build in Eclipse. In today’s world of continuous delivery, this is a major impediment as such ...

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gonsole weeks: oops – it’s a framework

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While Eclipse ships with a comprehensive Git tool, it seems that for certain tasks many developers switch to the command line. This gave Rüdiger and me the idea, to start an open source project to provide a git console integration for the IDE. What happened so far during the gonsole weeks can be read in eclipse egit integration and content ...

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The REAL way to make Eclipse run faster on Ubuntu

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If you are still one of those people who are frustrated with the crawling speed of eclipse IDE (especially after the recent clunky releases of Juno/Kepler), then you are in good company! Most of the advice you might have read until now for speeding up Eclipse must have involved tweaking the following parameters in eclipse.ini file:         ...

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10 ideas to improve Eclipse IDE usability

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Few years ago, we had a mini IDE war inside our office. It happened between Eclipse and Netbeans supporters. Fortunately, we did not have IntelliJ supporter. Each side tried their best to convince people from the other side to use their favourite IDE. On that war, I am the Eclipse hardcore supporter and I had a hard time fighting Netbeans ...

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See Your Solr Cache Sizes: Eclipse Memory Analyzer

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Solr uses different caches to prevent too much IO access and calculations during requests. When indexing doesn’t happen too frequently you can get huge performance gains by employing those caches. Depending on the structure of your index data and the size of the caches they can become rather large and use a substantial part of your heap memory. In this ...

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Efficient Code Coverage with Eclipse

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There is a saying that a fool with a tool is still a fool. But how to use a tool most efficiently is not always obvious to me. Because of this I typically spend some time to check out new playgrounds1 that promise to increase my work speed without impairing quality. This way I came across EclEmma, a code coverage ...

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Slim Down SWT FormLayout Usage

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Always on the quest for efficiency I reconsidered the usability of SWT FormLayout lately. Although it is one of my favored core layouts with respect to flexibility, I had to recognize that it is only reluctantly used by most of my fellow workers. Proposing it for an appropriate task sometimes actually seems to inflict real physical pain, considering the facial ...

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Add Java 8 support to Eclipse Kepler

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Want to add Java 8 support to Kepler? Java 8 has not yet landed in our standard download packages. But you can add it to your existing Eclipse Kepler package. I’ve got three different Eclipse installations running Java 8: A brand new Kepler SR2 installation of the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers; A slightly used Kepler SR1 installation of the ...

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