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Eclipse Banking Day in London

Eclipse Banking Day is a day-long event for senior technical developers, architects and managers in the finance industry to learn how to better leverage Eclipse technology and the Eclipse community as part of their development strategy. The event will focus on three themes:

  1. Eclipse as a platform for application development;
  2. Leveraging Eclipse modeling technology for data exchange; and
  3. Collaborating with the open source community.

Attendees will have the chance to hear speakers from leading financial institutions and experts from the Eclipse community. This event builds on the success of Eclipse Banking Days in New York and Frankfurt.

Attendees must be employees or contractors of a financial institution. There is no cost to attend but pre-registration is required. Please note that as of January 19 a waiting list has been started.

Date & Location

February 12, 2009
etc.venues - The Hatton
Diamond Rooms - First Floor
51-53 Hatton Garden


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Time Track 1 Track 2
8:15 - 8:45 Registration - Breakfast
9:00 - 9:45 Building Collaborative Communities - Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation
9:45-10:15 Eclipse 4.0: The Next Generation of Eclipse
10:30-11:30 Extensible Banking Platforms with Equinox/OSGi
- Neil Bartlett
Using Model-Driven Development and Eclipse Technology to Implement SOA - Tas Frangoullides, Barclays
11:30-12:00 Short Talks
Short Talks
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-1:50 OneBench: Making RCP a Success On Wall Street
- Jeremy Nelson, J.P. Morgan
Managing Open Source Legal Issues
- Mike Milinkovich, Eclipse Foundation
2:00-2:50 Modeling Industry Data with Eclipse Modeling Project
- Sven Efftinge, Eclipse Textual Modeling Framework (TMF) Project Lead
Build Rich Client GUI's with RCP & RAP
- Aleksey Aristov, WeigleWilczek
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:20 Introducing the Financial Platform for Credit Management
- Gerald Gassner, knowis AG
Building Data Driven Reports for Eclipse-based Applications
- Mica Block, Actuate
4:30-5:30 Repository Based Application Development Environment for Banking Systems - Ferran Rodenas, la Caixa Open Discussion: Creating a Collaborative Banking Community
5:30-7:30 Reception

All Session Abstracts

Attendee Registration

All attendees must pre-register for this event. There is no cost to register but space is limited, so we suggest you register early. To register, please send an e-mail to Attendees must be an employee or contractor of a financial institution, so please use your corporate e-mail address to send the registration request.

Please note that as of January 19 a waiting list has been started. Please register as outlined above, and if more slots become available, we will confirm you and add your name to the wiki.

Registered Attendees

  1. Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
  2. Mike Milinkovich, Eclipse Foundation
  3. Neil Bartlett
  4. Tas Frangoullides, Barclays
  5. Aleksey Aristov, Weigle Wilczek
  6. Leslie Jarrett, Bank of East Asia
  7. Jeremy Nelson, J.P. Morgan
  8. Mica Block, Actuate
  9. Ferran Rodenas, la Caixa
  10. Alex Blewitt, Goldman Sachs
  11. David Scott, Barclays
  12. Iain Shepherd, RBS Global Banking
  13. Mark Kralj-Taylor, Morgan Stanley
  14. Channing Walton, UBS
  15. Lance Walton, UBS
  16. Miles Daffin, Morgan Stanley
  17. Yuri Schimke, Bank of America
  18. Tony Tsui, You Devise
  19. Alex Jonas, Morgan Stanley
  20. Stephen Lum, Calyon
  21. Andreas Nilsson, Goldman Sachs
  22. Dez Udezue, Goldman Sachs
  23. Ian Salter, J.P. Morgan
  24. David Watkins, UBS
  25. Christian Sarrasin, Goldman Sachs
  26. Chris Leach, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
  27. Ruslan Khafizov, UBS
  28. Benoit Zhenseval, Appendium Ltd.
  29. Andre Shergin, ACE Insurance
  30. Joseph Walton, CMC Markets
  31. Nikolay Metchev, KBC Financial Products
  32. Adrian Miller, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
  33. Gabriel Bezas, RBS Global Banking
  34. Ian Dennis, Barclays
  35. Chris Burfoot, J.P. Morgan
  36. Krisztián Zsolt Sallai, IND Group
  37. Gábor Gyenes, IND Group
  38. Hakim George, RBS Global Banking
  39. Nathan Coast, Deutsche Bank
  40. Toby Shepheard, Merrill Lynch / Bank of America
  41. Stefaan Wuytack, Isabel
  42. Tom Vleminckx, Isabel
  43. Koen Serry, Isabel
  44. Dave Sturgeon, Deutsche Bank
  45. Rob Hayes, J.P. Morgan
  46. Vincent De Baere, Isabel
  47. Jiwan Singh, Accenture
  48. Richard Gomes, JQuantLib
  49. Xue Chen, Calypso
  50. Kurt Ebert, itemis
  51. Tharani Sim, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
  52. Shanmuga Sundaram Nagajaran, Fidelity Investments
  53. Matt Goldspink, Morgan Stanley
  54. Krzysztof Ogrodnik, UBS
  55. Ramesh Vagadiya, J.P. Morgan
  56. Adam Wilkinson, J.P. Morgan
  57. Ian McCall, J.P. Morgan
  58. Abhi Akhawe, Accenture
  59. Maurizio Greco, Finantix
  60. Matteo De Marchi, Finantix
  61. Gerald Gassner, knowis AG
  62. Christian Sternkopf, knowis AGra
  63. Alec Brown, Liquid Capital
  64. Nick Burman, Standard Bank
  65. Patrick Galvin, Deutsche Bank
  66. Grzegorz Bialek, Sygnity
  67. Beata Jedrkowiak, Sygnity
  68. Mitch Sonies, Cloudsmith
  69. Henrik Lindberg, Cloudsmith
  70. Chris Horn, Cloudsmith
  71. Santhakumar Rajasekar, Dresdner Kleinwort
  72. Sven Efftinge, itemis
  73. Joern Weigle, Weigle Wilczek
  74. Richard Hammond, Actuate
  75. Pete Suggitt, UBS
  76. Peter Kovari, Lloyds Banking Group
  77. Jonathan Levi, Barclays
  78. Adam Saunders, Actuate
  79. Mark Boardman, Actuate
  80. Eugene Cross, Barclays
  81. Jonathan Donovan, Lloyds Banking Group
  82. Prabhoo Janabalan, Royal Bank of Scotland
  83. Richard Martyres, Royal Bank of Scotland
  84. Wai-Ying Rowntree, Royal Bank of Canada
  85. Chris Sassons, Fitch Ratings
  86. Stepan Kruglikov, The Risk Management Group
  87. David Turner, UBS
  88. Ian Thain, Sybase
  89. Georg Pietrek, itemis
  90. Sebastian Moss, Murex

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