Orion software development environment

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Orion is a powerful development environment that installs in minutes and eliminates the need to maintain complex local installations on personal computers. Teamed with Git, Orion successfully expands the horizon of Eclipse.

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Bernhard Bablok works at Allianz Technology SE as a SAP HR developer. When he's not listening to music, cycling, or walking, he works with topics related to Linux, programming, and small computers. He can be reached at mailto:mail@bablokb.de.

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