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==Presentation Slides & Videos==
 
==Presentation Slides & Videos==
 
*Eclipse in the Enterprise: Lessons from Google - Terry Parker, Google & Robert Konigsberg, Google
 
*Eclipse in the Enterprise: Lessons from Google - Terry Parker, Google & Robert Konigsberg, Google
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**[http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/f/f0/EclipseDayAtGoogle2009Keynote.pdf Slides]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xr6gRTSQspc&feature=channel Video]
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*Developing DSLs with Eclipse - Peter Friese, itemis
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**[http://www.slideshare.net/peterfriese/building-dsls-with-eclipse-1916333 Slides]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhdGNTm4PzI&feature=channel Video]
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*OSGi for Eclipse Developers - Chris Aniszczyk, EclipseSource
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**[http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/7/77/OSGi_for_Eclipse_Developers.pdf Slides]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YfAo9ZoEGQ&feature=channel Video]
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*Developing for Android with Eclipse - Xavier Ducrohet, Google
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**[http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/e/e8/EclipseDay_Android.pdf Slides]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDaP3-l-z4g&feature=channel Video]
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*Distributed OSGi in the Eclipse Runtime Project - Scott Lewis, EclipseSource
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**[http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/a/a4/ECF_Distributed_OSGi_at_Google.pdf Slides]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6RlqdiwGrM&feature=channel Video]
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*Deploying Successful Enterprise Tools - Joep Rottinghuis, eBay
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**[http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/e/e4/DeployingSuccessfulEnterpriseTools.pdf Slides]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cjzu--5aLr0&feature=channel Video, part 1]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pDnBOKGVf0&feature=channel Video, part 2]
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*Build and Provision: Two Sides of the Coin We Love to Hate - Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Framework Lead
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**[http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/1/1b/BuildProvision_Googleplex.pdf Slides]
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**[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlpGNQdUdHI&feature=channel Video]
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*Google Plugin for Eclipse: Not Just for Newbies Any More - Miguel Méndez, Google
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**[http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/3/32/GooglePluginEclipse.pdf Slides]
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| [[Eclipse Day At Googleplex 2009/Session Abstacts#Developing_DSLs_with_Eclipse|Developing DSLs with Eclipse]] ([http://tinyurl.com/Xtext-Eclipse-Google-Slides Slides]) - Peter Friese, itemis  
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| [[Eclipse Day At Googleplex 2009/Session Abstacts#OSGi_for_Eclipse_Developers|OSGi for Eclipse Developers]] - Chris Aniszczyk, EclipseSource  
 
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| [[Eclipse Day At Googleplex 2009/Session Abstacts#Build_and_Provision:_Two_Sides_of_the_Coin_We_Love_to_Hate|Build and Provision: Two Sides of the Coin We Love to Hate]] - Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Framework Lead   
 
| [[Eclipse Day At Googleplex 2009/Session Abstacts#Build_and_Provision:_Two_Sides_of_the_Coin_We_Love_to_Hate|Build and Provision: Two Sides of the Coin We Love to Hate]] - Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Framework Lead   
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#Bill Qin, Developer
 
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#Natalie Klyuchnikova
 
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#Michael Romero, Roland's & Associates
 
#Michael Romero, Roland's & Associates

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Eclipse Day at the Googleplex is a full day event for developers to learn about different Eclipse projects and related technologies. You are invited to attend and listen as experts from the Eclipse projects and Google share their experiences of using Eclipse. It's also a great opportunity for you to meet and network with other Eclipse enthusiasts. There is no cost to attend, but pre-registration is required.

Update: Registration is now officially full. For questions, please send an e-mail to googleplex2009@eclipse.org.


Thursday, August 27, 2009
10:00am - 4:30pm
Googleplex
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA

Registration will take place between 9:30 am -10:00 am in the lobby of Building 43.

Thanks very much to the Google Open Source office for hosting this event.


Presentation Slides & Videos

  • Eclipse in the Enterprise: Lessons from Google - Terry Parker, Google & Robert Konigsberg, Google
  • Developing DSLs with Eclipse - Peter Friese, itemis
  • OSGi for Eclipse Developers - Chris Aniszczyk, EclipseSource
  • Developing for Android with Eclipse - Xavier Ducrohet, Google
  • Distributed OSGi in the Eclipse Runtime Project - Scott Lewis, EclipseSource
  • Deploying Successful Enterprise Tools - Joep Rottinghuis, eBay
  • Build and Provision: Two Sides of the Coin We Love to Hate - Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Framework Lead
  • Google Plugin for Eclipse: Not Just for Newbies Any More - Miguel Méndez, Google

Agenda

Time Track 1 Track 2
9:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-11:00 Eclipse in the Enterprise: Lessons from Google - Terry Parker, Google & Robert Konigsberg, Google
11:00-12:00 Developing DSLs with Eclipse - Peter Friese, itemis OSGi for Eclipse Developers - Chris Aniszczyk, EclipseSource
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Eclipse in NASA Mission Control - Jeff Norris, NASA Developing for Android with Eclipse - Xavier Ducrohet, Google
2:00-3:00 Distributed OSGi in the Eclipse Runtime Project - Scott Lewis, EclipseSource Deploying Successful Enterprise Tools - Joep Rottinghuis, eBay
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:30 Build and Provision: Two Sides of the Coin We Love to Hate - Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Framework Lead Google Plugin for Eclipse: Not Just for Newbies Anymore - Miguel Méndez, Google
4:30-5:00 Reception

All Session Abstracts

Attendee Registration

Registration is now officially full. For questions, please contact googleplex2009@eclipse.org.

Name, Company:

  1. Robert Konigsberg, Google
  2. Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
  3. Miguel Mendez, Google
  4. Shawn Pearce, Google
  5. Kelly Campbell, Google
  6. Terry Parker, Google
  7. Rob Clevenger, Google
  8. Xin Zhao, Google
  9. Radim Kubacki, Google
  10. Vassili Bykov, Google
  11. Vandana Shah, Google
  12. Jason Parekh, Google
  13. Rajeev Dayal, Google
  14. Sarah Hughes, Google
  15. Eric Cloninger, Motorola
  16. Dino Brusco, Motorola
  17. Chris Aniszczyk, EclipseSource
  18. Alexander Smirnoff, TvWorks
  19. Peter Friese, itemis
  20. Ludovic Champenois, Sun Microsystems Java EE 6
  21. Xavier Ducrohet, Google
  22. Joep Rottinghuis, eBay
  23. Scott Lewis, EclipseSource
  24. Mitch Sonies, Cloudsmith
  25. Keith Platfoot, Google
  26. Luis-Otavio Zorzella, Google
  27. Tom Chavez, ACCESS
  28. Jeremy Osborne, deCarta
  29. Paul Beusterien, Symbian Foundation
  30. Vineet Sinha, Architexa
  31. Yu-Fen Kuo, MontaVista
  32. Michel Trudeau, Oracle
  33. Francis Upton, Oakland Software
  34. Max Spring, Cisco Systems
  35. Praveen Subramanian, Cisco Systems
  36. Badari Kakumani, Cisco Systems
  37. David Bohlin, Cloudshield Technologies
  38. Srikanth Ranganamyna, Cisco Systems
  39. Parag Shah, Oracle
  40. Vince Kraemer, Sun Microsystems
  41. Paul Hartenstine, Oracle
  42. Kamlesh Sangani, Rearden Commerce
  43. Venu Dharmapuri, Cisco Systems
  44. Jay Zelitzky, Synopsys
  45. Bob Fraser, Oracle
  46. Rodrigo Ipince, Google
  47. German Borbolla, Arcsight
  48. Tim Cook, Coherent Logix
  49. Tamar Cohen, NASA
  50. Daniel Parrillo, Strategi LLC
  51. Yuichi Sasaki, Openwave
  52. Rama Krishna, BMC Software Inc.
  53. Chengdong Li
  54. Azary Smotrich, Orchestrion LLC
  55. Wenfeng Li, Actuate
  56. Wenbin He, Actuate
  57. Mohamed Ismail, SoftTech Solutions
  58. Yogesh Chobe, Coherent Logix
  59. John Fu
  60. Purush Gupta, Samsung Electronics
  61. Govind Muthusamy, Netflix
  62. Joseph Byong Kim, VMware
  63. Ravitej Sistla, VMWare
  64. Bruno Fonzi, Powerflasher
  65. Julie Xia, VMWare
  66. Dickey Singh, Replay Solutions
  67. Jonathan Lindo, Replay Solutions
  68. Chris Oei
  69. Giampiero Caprino, VMWare
  70. Mary Shi, VMWare
  71. Maggie Zhang, VMWare
  72. Desmond Peng, VMWare
  73. Bob Stillerman, RS International
  74. Kevin Tien, Intel
  75. Fred Doucet, Cadence Design Systems
  76. John Byrne, Support Network
  77. Alison Chaiken
  78. Manish Kumar, Ericsson
  79. Rex Hoffman, Guidewire
  80. Olaf Schneider, Synopsys
  81. Nikolay Botev, Fujitsu
  82. Satadal Bhattacharjee, LSI
  83. Paramita Phattacharjee, Applied Materials
  84. Derc Yamasaki, Intel
  85. Patrick Byrne, Epocrates
  86. Jeff Norris, NASA
  87. Milivoje Cvjetinovic, eBay
  88. Ted Kubaska, Eclipse ECF Project
  89. Adrian Cole, jclouds
  90. Dipock Das, Oracle
  91. Dave Hodson
  92. Tushar Sheth
  93. Shan Alpay
  94. David Chang, AppliedMicro
  95. Vitor Rodrigues, IBM
  96. Cliff Chu
  97. Alok Shivpuri, eBay
  98. Randy Ballew, University of California
  99. Yulian Novosyolov, eBay
  100. Conrad Roche
  101. Gary Struthers, University of California
  102. Richard Katz, University of California
  103. JJ Chandra
  104. Saju Puthankalam, Software AG
  105. Bret Butcher, Sofware AG
  106. Manuela Wei, Software AG
  107. Zoe Li, Contactual
  108. Kenny Lee, Contactual
  109. Larry Berkin, Symbian Foundation
  110. Rafael Alvarez-Horine
  111. Swati Udas
  112. Ed Smiley
  113. Uma Rethina, Alcatel-Lucent
  114. Paul Davis
  115. Jaisheela Siddu
  116. Bill Slagle
  117. Vaughn Spurlin, Software Engineering Consultant
  118. Shawn Morrissey, Cisco Systems
  119. Sridhar Reddy
  120. Daniel Coupal, Universia
  121. Mark Feber, MulgaSoft
  122. Dan Galpin, VeriSign
  123. C. Lee
  124. Chandrashekhar Muni, ZipRealty
  125. Jack Ha, T-Mobile
  126. Anoop Balakrishnan
  127. Andrew Chen, Cisco Systems
  128. John Crosbie, Excelfore Corporation
  129. Oleg Matcovschi
  130. Wonkyoung Kim
  131. Roman Baumgaertner, T-Mobile
  132. Alexander Pochaev, Aravo Solutions
  133. David Kelley, ToothMe.com
  134. Payam Tanaka, ToothMe.com
  135. Christian Kurzke, Motorola
  136. Amy Winarske, T-Mobile
  137. Anthony Chew
  138. Balwinder Kaur, T-Mobile
  139. Satyajit Chakraborty, SAP
  140. Vijayaraghavan Bashyam, Monster Worldwide
  141. Ed Merks, Eclipse Modeling Framework Lead
  142. Wensheng Hua
  143. Bill Linker, ZipRealty
  144. Yung-Nien Yang, NexTag
  145. Ashvin Radiya, AvantSoft
  146. Murali Yalamanchi
  147. Tom Ball
  148. Shude Zheng
  149. Veera Veeraprakash
  150. Mansi Kanani, Rearden Commerce
  151. Peter Tsai, Stanford University
  152. Deepesh Chourey, Clickability
  153. Jan Fernando, Clickability
  154. Jayant Joshi, Iris Interactive
  155. Francisco J. Carriedo, PacoStand
  156. Andrew Marki
  157. Nina Ye, Google
  158. Terry Carlin, T-Mobile
  159. Satish Musunuru, Google
  160. Angela Nicoara, Deutsche Telekom
  161. Kyu-Han Kim, Deutsche Telekom
  162. Shawn Hanna
  163. Chantal Yang, Page One PR
  164. David J. Ward, Synaptic Rigamortis
  165. Aarthi Mohan, eBay
  166. David Dodd, eBay
  167. Abhay Pimprikar, Health Connections Networks
  168. Amitabh Sinha, Openwave Systems
  169. Suzanne Nguyen, T-Mobile
  170. Dirk Bester
  171. Dinesh Siddhareddy, Cisco Systems
  172. Simanti Olive, VeriSign Inc.
  173. Sharanya Doddapaneni, Cisco Systems
  174. Sanjay Mundergi
  175. Richard Desmond

Registration Waiting List

  1. Jeffrey Blake, Java Software Architect
  2. Richard Kuo
  3. Ilya Klyuchnikov, Lifestreet
  4. Simon Zambrovski, Microsoft Research
  5. Bill Qin, Developer
  6. Natalie Klyuchnikova
  7. Michael Romero, Roland's & Associates