Eclipse.org Receives Two JDJ Editors' Awards
- Honored for J2SE and Eclipse Platform Technology
In the June issue of Java Developer's Journal, the editors announced
that Eclipse platform has been awarded two JDJ Editors' Choice Awards.
Jason Bell, J2SE editor for JDJ, wrote "After being anti-IDE for
so long I've finally caved in. It (Eclipse) has nice CVS utils, project
frameworks, code refactoring and 'sensible' code generation (especially
for beans). Add industry backing and a very fired up user base and you
have one winning product."
Glen Cordrey, the J2ME editor, commented "Again, free goes a long
way, especially with the support piling up behind it (Eclipse).
"We are pleased and honored that JDJ editors have recognized the
Eclipse platform not only for its innovation, but also as a highly productive
development environment," stated John Wiegand, Eclipse project lead.
"The community has worked hard to ensure that the Eclipse Platform
is a highly productive platform for creating, integrating and deploying
application development tools for use across a broad range of operating