Out marketing and sales teams are in Germany right now sponsoring EclipseCon Europe 2012, while there we're asking: What are your craziest Eclipse problems? We want to hear it all, the good, the bad, and the ugly. We also want to know your workarounds, or the solutions you've come up with to fix your Eclipse issues.

Why, you may ask? We're not only curious about what plagues your development, but we believe we have a solution for it. That's right, as the fortune tellers we appear to be, without actually knowing your problem - we believe we can fix it.

If you're not attending Eclipse Europe this week, then go ahead and check out Secure Delivery Center; right now it's solving  unique Eclipse problems found in the largest of enterprises worldwide. Maybe it's the fix you've been looking for.

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Posted on Oct 23rd 2012