IBM Extreme Blue Internship Experience
I've got two IBM Extreme Blue Information Sessions scheduled at Carnegie Mellon on Wednesday,November 1. I'll be there to talk to Computer Science students about software engineering internshipopportunities for the summer of 2007 in IBM's Extreme Blue, Speed Team and EPIC programs in the US at noon. Later on in the day I'll be talking to MBA students about internship opportunities for the summer of 2007 in IBM's Extreme Blue program in the US.
Event Type: Info Session
*Start Time: 12:00 PM
*End Time: 1:00 PM
*Location: Wean Hall room 4625
*Start Time: 5:30: PM
*End Time: 6:20 PM
*Location: Tepper Business School room 153 Mellon Auditorium
Reception in Rachel Mellon Walton Room
Food and Beverages will be served.
See you there!
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Here is the source code and notes that I used for my usingEclipse RCP presentation from
The source code comes in three zip files that are the threeprojects that I used. Each of these canbe imported into Eclipse via File > Import > Existing Projects into Workspace. Then select the archive file that you want toimport. I use Eclipse 3.2 and Java 5.
I am not pretending to be an Eclipse expert, just anenthusiast. For lots more information onEclipse RCP you can look in a few places:
For a comprehensive list of reading, both books and websiteslook here:
The Eclipse RCP website also has lots of information,including some Webinars and other presentations:
Finally, check out Eclipse Cheat Sheets (Help > CheatSheets…) for step by step information on how to create and use RCPapplications.
I hope all of this information can help!