I know! I can't wait until we all get back together again. :)
I'd be very interested to hear more about what you're doing on AWS. I don't work in AWS, but I use it a lot and some of the ICE dev team members and I have been thinking for a while about how to use it better for workflows. I'm very interested in adapting our code generator to use CDK, RDS/DynamoDB, etc. out of the box via an "@AWS" annotation or something. I'd also be interested to hear more about how you are earning a little coin on SWTChart and ChemClipse. Congrats on that!
great to hear!
My team already works with AWS ... so whenever you have access to
vouchers, please let me know ;-).
I'm fine, we are working heavily on Eclipse SWTChart and ChemClipse.
Chemistry is still a niche market in the Eclipse world, but we found
a good strategy how to make money to enable maintaining SWTChart and
ChemClipse in a long term.
The virtual EclipseCon was fine, but I'm longing to see you all in
Am 23.11.21 um 22:05 schrieb Jay Jay
Hello fellow Science IWG Members! What's new in our
For my part, I'll share that I recently started as a
Principal Engineer at Amazon working the Middle Mile org. It's
a very interesting departure from my previous jobs and really
exciting. I'm still contributing to Eclipse ICE and hope to
find time to do even more after the holidays.
What are other folks doing? Any especially noteworthy
highlights from EclipseCon?