Eclipse Europa contains millions of new lines of code: new projects, new features, bug fixes and improvements. I blogged about Mylyn (formerly known as Mylar) in the past. Another newcomer, Dash (also known as Eclipse Monkey) also has a lot of potential for those die-hard users that want to automate Eclipse even further. I will be co-hosting a NLJUG university session in September with Jeroen Leenarts. We will tell all about the new Eclipse 3.3 features for Java developers, how Mylyn will change the way you work with task management, how Monkey will make you do all kinds of stuff with just one key press. We provide a lab course with expert guidance so you can try out the new stuff for yourself.
It should be fun, interesting and it's free to NLJUG members (apply for membership, its under 30 euros per year and gives full access to lots of Dutch Java events). Seatings are limited and it's first come, first serve, so be sure to sign up early!