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Webinar: Cross Platform Development and Testing with Eclipse - Dec. 1 [message #498577] Tue, 17 November 2009 14:59
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How platform independent are Eclipse applications in practice? Eclipse is hosting a webinar to look at some of the differences between operating systems supported by Eclipse with respect to RCP applications, and to examine their effects on usability, development and testing.

Write Once, Test Everywhere? Cross Platform Development and Testing with Eclipse
December 1, 2009 at 8:00 am PST / 11:00 am EST / 4:00 pm GMT
Presented by Markus Tiede from Bredex
To register email webinar-crossplatform at eclipse dot org

This webinar is aimed at developers, project managers and testers (automated and manual) working on RCP applications that are intended to run on more than one platform. Participants will learn about large and small differences between the platforms. Some of these differences must simply be considered in the development and testing process, others mean that testing, documentation and development are affected.

Participants will learn to consider and deal with any variations between platforms to make cross-platform projects a success.

For more information on this and other Eclipse webinars, visit Special thanks to Adobe for contributing their Adobe Acrobat Connect product to host the webinar.
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