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Eclipse Day At Googleplex 2010

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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.

This year we are adding an Eclipse Ignite session. For those new to the Ignite format, presenters are given 5 minutes, 20 slides that will automatically change every 15 seconds, on a topic of their choice. If you are interested in presenting at the Ignite session, please send your topic to

Thursday, August 26, 2010
9:00am - 5:00pm
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA

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


Time Track 1 Track 2
9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:00 Introduction
10:00-11:00 Building Android Applications - Xavier Ducrohet (Google) TBD
11:00-12:00 What's New in Helios - Wayne Beaton (Eclipse Foundation) Spring Roo and GWT
12:00-1:30 Lunch and Unconference
1:30-2:00 Eclipse Sequoyah for Android App Developers - Eric Cloninger (Motorola) Git and Eclipse - Chris Aniszczyk (Red Hat) & Shawn Pearce (Google)
2:00-2:30 Tools for Mobile Web - Paul Beusterien (Symbian Foundation) Eclipse Linux Tools Project - Andrew Overholt (Red Hat)
2:30-3:00 EMF for GWT - Ed Merks (Cloudsmith) Eclipse 4.0 - Chris Aniszczyk (Red Hat) & Wayne Beaton (Eclipse Foundation)
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:00 Eclipse Mylyn: from Stack Trace to Scrum - David Green (Tasktop) TBD
4:00-5:00 Eclipse Ignite

All Session Abstracts

Eclipse Ignite Sessions

  1. 10 Steps to Contribute to Eclipse - Wayne Beaton, Eclipse Foundation

Attendee Registration

To register, add your name & affiliation below or contact

Name, Company:

  1. Robert Konigsberg, Google
  2. Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
  3. Chris Aniszczyk, Red Hat
  4. Shawn Pearce, Google
  5. Andrew Overholt, Red Hat
  6. Wayne Beaton, Eclipse Foundation
  7. Ed Merks, Cloudsmith
  8. Paul Beusterien, Symbian Foundation
  9. Vitor Rodrigues
  10. Eric Cloninger, Motorola
  11. Lori Fraleigh, Motorola
  12. Suresh Krishna, Oracle
  13. Cliff Chu, IBM
  14. Vassili Bykov, Google
  15. Elias Volanakis, EclipseSource
  16. Max Spring, Cisco
  17. Gabriel Southern, UC Santa Cruz
  18. Joshua Levine, Cadence Design Systems
  19. Jay Zelitzky, Synopsys
  20. John Panelli, Intuit
  21. Michael Gower, Ariba
  22. Frederic Doucet, Cadence Design Systems
  23. Mark Feber,
  24. Chengdong Li, Tradescape
  25. Olaf Schneider, Synopsys
  26. Yes Raj, AICDC
  27. Colin Ho, Research In Motion
  28. Robert Hagmann, Google
  29. Kevin Sawicki, Perforce Software
  30. Adam Taylor, IBM
  31. Richard Kuo, AT&T Services
  32. Stephen Moon, Perforce Software
  33. Liz Lam, Perforce Software
  34. Felipe Leme, Oracle
  35. Gary Struthers, UC Berkeley
  36. Richard Katz, UC Berkeley
  37. Ivan Sabinin, The Fanfare Group
  38. Adam Bovill, The Fanfare Group
  39. Rushabh Shah, The Fanfare Group
  40. Andrew Shebanow, Aptana
  41. Hien Tran, SJSU
  42. David Green, Tasktop
  43. Balarka Velidi, VMware
  44. Harish Tejwani, Nagarro
  45. Rafael Alvarez-Horine, Student at San Jose State University
  46. Brian Payton, IBM

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