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Announcement: Free ESAPI Webinar by Matt Schmidt

What: Free ESAPI webinar by Matt Schmidt

When: Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 11 AM (EST)

Where: Online (register here: Eclipse Scripting Quick Wins)

Matt Schmidt is an instructor for Varian Medical Systems. He teaches courses on the basics of the Eclipse Scripting API (ESAPI) several times a year. His course includes a segment on best practices for clinical software development, where I've been a guest speaker a few times.

Matt is running a free webinar this Wednesday, December 13, 2017, where he'll talk about several ESAPI tips and tricks to quickly get you up and running. One of the topics he'll cover is the EclipsePlugInRunner to help you debug scripts from Visual Studio (see my blog post Run and Test Plug-In Scripts from Visual Studio).

For more information about the webinar and to register, go to Eclipse Scripting Quick Wins.

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