ETX 2014 - Eclipse Technology eXchange Workshop: Call for papers
ETX 2014 invites original and unpublished contributions about potential new uses of Eclipse and how Eclipse technology can be leveraged, improved, and/or extended for research and education.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to: • Integrated Development Environment (IDE) • Debugging and testing • Supporting the software development process • Supporting design, requirements, and specifications • Modeling environments and frameworks • Aspect-oriented programming • Program analysis and transformation • Computer-based learning • Software engineering education • Teaching foundations of object-oriented programming • Courseware • Rich client applications • OSGi • Applications on the Internet of Things • Supporting the development of Android applications
ETX 2014 submissions must be original and unpublished work of up to 6 pages in the SIGPLAN Proceedings Format, 10 point font (note that this requires setting an option in the LaTeX template). and are single-blind (i.e., authors are not anonymous). We accept research papers as well as relevant position or experience papers.
Submit your paper in PDF via EasyChair. All submission deadlines are 11:59 pm in American Samoa Time (UTC-11).
The proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital Library as part of the SPLASH Conference.