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Call For Participation
July 7, 2009, Karlsruhe
Building applications on the Eclipse platform
The Eclipse Application Developer Day 2009 (EADD) is a one day event focusing on building applications using the Eclipse platform. EADD will provide the opportunity to learn more about the platform and how it is being used in every day applications. Both experienced Eclipse developers and those just getting started will benefit from the information sharing and networking at the event.
EADD 2009 takes place in Karlsruhe and is completely free of charge for participants.
Call for Presentations
You are invited to submit a talk, demo, experience report or case study in the area of developing an Eclipse-based application. Presentations that include demos and code examples are especially welcome.
Please submit your proposal by April 21st to EADD2009. Be sure to include:
- Presentation title and 100-200 word abstract
- Name, affiliation, 100-200 word bio, picture and contact information
Presentations will be 45 minutes long, including time for questions. There will be a computer projector to support your presentation but you will need to provide your own laptop. Presentation slides can be posted to the EADD 2009 wiki and, if you'd like to share a short paper on your topic, we would also be glad to post a .pdf on the site.
Proposal submission deadline: April 21st, 2009
Notification of presenters: May 1st, 2009
Conference date: July 7th, 2009
EADD 2009 is supported by the following organizations:
The Eclipse Foundation
Be a Sponsor
If you'd like to learn more about sponsoring EADD 2009 you'll find more information about sponsorship in our EADD 2009 Call for Sponsors.
Watch for upcoming news about the program.
Registration is free charge but seating is limited. To reserve your place, email EADD2009
For more information email EADD2009
Henning Groenda, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik
Susan Iwai, EclipseSource
Christoph Rathfelder, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik
Stefan Schürle, andrena objects
Jochen Krause, EclipseSource
Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation