Monday, July 11, 2005

Eclipse Research Award Winner Focuses on Un-Refactoring

Source: OETrends.Com

Article Summary:

An innovative group of researchers in California are exploring how Open Source Eclipse devs can more efficiently tie traditional J2EE or legacy application code in with new loosely-coupled assets or services.

Open Enterprise Trends spoke with William Griswold, Ph.D and professor at University of California – San Diego about his project, entitled "Fluid Architecture - Turbocharging Automated Agile-Design Refactorings with Aspect-Oriented Programming" The goal of the project is to apply ‘reverse refactoring’ technique to Open Source tools. We found the UCSD group pushing the envelope on how enterprise devs can use aspect-oriented programming plug-ins for Eclipse to simplify building workflow, adding new features and even transforming their “what-if’ prototypes into ‘go live’ code

Take a tour of these Eclipse plug-in technologies, which have all won an IBM Eclipse Faculty Award for Innovation. Also, the Open Source tools are available for review and download from UCSD, in our exclusive OET interview.

Read interview. . .

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