- Explore the Eclipse Dynamic Languages Toolkit.
- Visit the GNU Octave site for
more information about this tool.
- Check out the Recommended Eclipse reading list.
- Browse all the Eclipse content on developerWorks.
- New to Eclipse? Read the developerWorks
article Get started with the Eclipse Platform (Chris Aniszczyk and David
Gallardo, July 2007) to learn its origin and architecture and how to
extend Eclipse with plug-ins.
- Expand your Eclipse skills by checking
out IBM developerWorks' Eclipse project resources.
- To listen to interesting interviews and
discussions for software developers, check out developerWorks
- Stay current with developerWorks' technical events and webcasts.
- Watch and learn about IBM and open source
technologies and product functions with the no-cost developerWorks on demand demos.
- Check out upcoming conferences, trade
shows, webcasts, and other events around the world that are of interest to IBM open source
- Visit the developerWorks Open source
zone for extensive how-to information, tools, and project updates
to help you develop with open source technologies and use them with IBM's
Get products and technologies
- Check out Ryan
- Download the Eclipse Platform and other
projects from the Eclipse Foundation.
- Download IBM product
evaluation versions, and get your hands on application development
tools and middleware products from DB2®, Lotus®,
Rational®, Tivoli®, and WebSphere®.
- Innovate your
next open source development project with IBM trial
software, available for download or on DVD.
- The Eclipse Platform
newsgroups should be your first stop for discussing questions
regarding Eclipse. (Clicking this link launches your default Usenet news
reader application and opens eclipse.platform.)
- The Eclipse newsgroups have
many resources for people interested in using and extending Eclipse.
- Participate in developerWorks
blogs and get involved in the developerWorks community.