Eclipse 101 – Basics, Tips & Tricks Screencast

I am pleased to share with the community almost two hours of developer training that was taped before a live audience – the Oncourse developers.  🙂  The team has started a biweekly training regimen and oddly enough I was elected to deliver the first session.  After a few code review sessions, it became clear that not everyone was familiar with some of the basic capabilities of Eclipse.

This screencast attempts to fill in some of those knowledge gaps.  I think you will find that this screencast builds on some of the work that Zach Thomas has done in this space.  Zach did an excellent job of covering the setup and configuration of the environment.  While this is no opus magnum, I hope it finds you well and I would appreciate your honest feedback.  Best, L



Filed under Java, Sakai, Technology

4 responses to “Eclipse 101 – Basics, Tips & Tricks Screencast

  1. Casey

    Lance, nice job of demystifying what can be a daunting process.

    An example of what I thought was useful to hear was your comment that “oh, my eclipse went to lunch and eventually crashed…”

    Coming from a senior member of the sakai community that must be greatly reassuring to newcomers.

    What did you use for the video edits? I really liked the ‘splash’ cursor.

  2. See one a previous blog posting about ScreenFlow. It is a pretty awesome program. 🙂 Thanks, L

  3. Thanks For The Info! Nice Article!

  4. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Intermezzo!

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