Community News, January 7th, 2009

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This week we’d like to highlight an insightful blog post by David Green. David has applied Mylyn’s degree of interest model to focus complex diagrams on only the interesting elements. You may also be interested in a set of slides from a talk by Avishay Halperen and Ori Dar that concisely introduce the Mylyn framework and some of the technologies that build on it.

Mylyn Context-Driven Domain Diagram by David Green “After some thinking I realized that the answer to developer productivity was sitting right in front of me: Mylyn task context-driven diagrams. Why can’t the MDD tooling create and maintain a domain diagram based on the interesting domain elements in the active Mylyn context?” 

Mylyn Context-Driven Domain Diagram by David Green “After some thinking I realized that the answer to developer productivity was sitting right in front of me: Mylyn task context-driven diagrams. Why can’t the MDD tooling create and maintain a domain diagram based on the interesting domain elements in the active Mylyn context?” 

Keep on sMylyn by Avishay Halperen and Ori Dar These slides from Avishay Halperen and Ori Dar’s recent talk at JavaEdge 2008 provide a fresh prespective on the Mylyn framework. Halperen and Dar review key concepts, features, extensions, and how Tasktop and the SpringSource Tool Suite build on Mylyn. 

Mylyn WikiText at EclipseCon 2009 by David Green “I’m very excited to be there presenting this new technology alongside Steffen Pingel, who will be providing a Mylyn connector crash course.” 

EclipseZone’s Top 10 Articles of 2008 by James Sugrue “Tasktop for Eclipse – Get More out of Mylyn” by Rob Elves came in at #5 in EclipseZone’s list of most read articles in 2008