Pulse Provides Novel Training and Tools Configuration Resource to Aid in Developer Education, Preparedness Java training and education has never been easy. Not only is the language and its third-party and community offerings constantly moving targets, each developer has his or her own preferences and habits. What's more, the "book knowledge" gained in many course settings can vary wildly from what happens in the "real world." To help make Java training and tools preferences configuration management more streamlined, automated and extensible, MyEclipse maker Genuitec developed Pulse. This podcast explores how Pulse and best practices around it use helps organize and automate tools configuration profiles for better ongoing Java training and education. To learn more about how Eclipse profiles can be organized and coordinated using Pulse, we we spoke with Michael Cote, an analyst with RedMonk; Ken Kousen, an independent technical trainer, president of Kousen IT, Inc., and adjunct professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and Todd Williams, vice president of technology at Genuitec. Our podcast is moderated by Dana Gardner, principal analyst at Interarbor Solutions. Sponsor: Genuitec. Read a full transcript of the discussion at: http://briefingsdirect.blogspot.com/2008/08/pulse-provides-novel-training-and-tools.html.
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