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<span style="color:red"> '''New: The Eclipse Stammtisch has been replaced by a Happy Hour after the DemoCamp in the same building, WDF05. So no driving between "work" and "fun" is required. You don't have to register. Just stay after the demos for beer, pretzels and some chatting. </span>

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Location and Date

SAP AG
Building WDF05, Room S3
Dietmar-Hopp-Allee 20
69190 Walldorf
Germany
http://www.sap.com
May 19, 17:00 - 20:30
How to find Walldorf and building WDF05

Parking: all parking garages will be available this day for external attendees. The gates open automatically.

New: The Eclipse Stammtisch has been replaced by a Happy Hour after the DemoCamp in the same building, WDF05. So no driving between "work" and "fun" is required. You don't have to register. Just stay after the demos for beer, pretzels and some chatting.

There will be an Eclipse Stammtisch after the Demo Camp. For a better planning please register below if you plan to attend the Stammtisch. This also holds for SAP employees.

Hint: how to register

You can add yourself to the list of presenters or attendees by modifying the corresponding section of this page. For that you need an Eclipse Bugzilla Account.

The easiest way to get such an account is to click on the "log in" link in the upper right corner of the DemoCamp Wiki page and follow the instructions to create a new Bugzilla account. Or go directly to [1]. Once you have your account (e-mail address + password), you can log in (again: upper right corner). Returning to the DemoCamp page, you will find [edit] links for each section (to the right of the section header) which allow you to add yourself to the respective list.

Organizers

Karsten Schmidt, SAP AG
Bernd Kolb, SAP AG
Erwin Tenhumberg, SAP AG

Presenters

If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list. Depending on the number of people interested we may have to limit the number of presenters and time of each demo.
All presentations will be held in English.

Deadline for submissions is Sunday, May 3rd, 2009!

  1. Andreas Buchen (SAP AG), Benjamin Muskalla (EclipseSource): Memory Analyzer & RAP - Single Sourcing in Practice
  2. Michael Scharf, Wind River: A new View on Tables -- a flexible framework to show tabular data in SWT Tables and Trees
  3. Elmar Eperiesi-Beck, CORISECIO: Equinox based SOA Security Framework - a future Eclipse Project
  4. Alexander Koderman, verinice / SerNet: Building your own RCP app - a telltale story about scratching an itch and winning innovation awards with the Eclipse RCP
  5. Gunnar Wagenknecht, AGETO: Equinox on Servers - An introduction to the Eclipse Gyrex project.
  6. Lars Vogel, : Developing for the Cloud on the Google App Engine with Eclipse
  7. Jochen Hiller, Deutsche Telekom AG: Dynamic OSGi application using Equinox
  8. Achim Demelt, eXXcellent solutions gmbh: Modeling is fun!
  9. Oliver Gierke, Synyx: Skyway Builder 6.2 - Eclipse based modeling tool to create Spring web applications
  10. Marcus Harringer, MicroDoc GmbH: Virtual Embedded Devices with OSGi, Eclipse and Flash
  11. Guy Philipp Bollbach (itemis), TMF Xtext: a self-experiment

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending please add your name and company to the list below. We'd like to see as many people show up as possible. However, our venue is limited to a maximum audience of 100 people. Please keep in mind that we might not be able to provide a seat for you, if you enroll beyond that number.

  1. Michael Scharf, Wind River
  2. Ollie Gierke, Synyx GmbH & Co. KG Blog
  3. Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation [2]
  4. Dirk Dinger, ICW
  5. Elmar Eperiesi-Beck, CORISECIO
  6. Bruno Quint, CORISECIO
  7. Michael Sommer, Mobile-Collaboration
  8. Mathias Liebold, Mobile-Collaboration
  9. Tobias Matt, Mobile-Collaboration
  10. Beyhan Veliev, EclipseSource
  11. Thorsten Schenkel, compeople AG
  12. Alexander Koderman, verinice / SerNet
  13. Jochen Hiller, Deutsche Telekom AG
  14. Stefan Duerrfeld, Mobile-Collaboration
  15. Andreas Kaltenbach, ICW
  16. Bernd Adamowicz, Freelancer, currently ICW
  17. Gunnar Wagenknecht, AGETO
  18. Jürgen Kilian, Freelancer, Kilian IT Consulting
  19. Moritz Weiten, Seeburger AG
  20. Reinhold Bihler, GROUP Technologies, www.emf4net.org
  21. David Linsin, My Take on Things
  22. Joachim Meyer, andrena objects ag
  23. Moritz Post, EclipseSource
  24. Manfred Böttger, GROUP Technologies
  25. Timo Schmidt, GROUP Technologies
  26. Christian Lay, GROUP Technologies
  27. Jörg Schöttle, GROUP Technologies, www.emf4net.org
  28. Lyuben Atanasov, CAS
  29. Achim Demelt, eXXcellent solutions gmbh
  30. Stefan Burger, Hochschule Karlsruhe - Technik und Wirtschaft Fakultät Informatik und Wirtschaftinformatik
  31. Stefan Röck, CAS
  32. Istvan Ballok, CAS
  33. Darko Varju, EclipseSource
  34. Kristian Weissmann, Cirquent
  35. Joachim Ruckaberle, Joesoft
  36. Günther Zach, GROUP Technologies
  37. Joachim Machauer, GROUP Technologies
  38. Christian Gitte, Hochschule Karlsruhe
  39. Andreas Zilly Fraunhofer ICT
  40. Ercan Oezkan, Freelancer Netropol IT
  41. Marcus Harringer MicroDoc GmbH
  42. Matthias Schur, Hochschule Karlsruhe
  43. Pavel Babics, Freelancer, currently GULP
  44. Oezcan Acar, Freelancer, currently KurumsalJava.com
  45. Jochen Krause, EclipseSource
  46. Susan Iwai, EclipseSource
  47. Johannes Utzig, SEEBURGER AG
  48. Björn Mehner, ICW
  49. Dimitri Uwarov, 1&1 GmbH
  50. Quoc Dung Chau, GROUP Technologies
  51. Jan Händle, GROUP Technologies
  52. Martin Reimann, Freelancer, currently Thales Defence Deutschland
  53. Heinz Drews, Cenit AG Systemhaus
  54. Bernd Eckenfels, (Profile), SEEBURGER AG
  55. Martin Weindel, ontoprise, ontoprise GmbH
  56. Daniel Rabus, ontoprise, ontoprise GmbH
  57. Dirk Wenke, ontoprise, ontoprise GmbH
  58. Ralph Bergmann, Java User Group Berlin Brandenburg
  59. Andreas Schrempp, infoscore Forderungsmanagement GmbH

Note that our venue is limited to a maximum audience of 100 people. Please keep in mind that we might not be able to provide a seat for you, if you enroll beyond that number.

For SAP employees: Please do not enroll via this public Wiki page (except for the Stammtisch). Instead use this SAP-internal link. This is a local event for Walldorf. There will be no remote access from other locations.

Waiting List

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For SAP employees: Please do not enroll via this public Wiki page (except for the Stammtisch). Instead use this SAP-internal link. This is a local event for Walldorf. There will be no remote access from other locations.

Eclipse Stammtisch

The Eclipse Stammtisch has been replaced by a Happy Hour after the DemoCamp in the same building, WDF05. No registration is required

Please register here if you intend to join the Eclipse Stammtisch. This also holds for SAP employees - there is no additional SAP-internal registration for the Stammtisch.

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