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=== Organizer ===
 
=== Organizer ===
 
[mailto:njbartlett@gmail.com Neil Bartlett], WWUK
 
[mailto:njbartlett@gmail.com Neil Bartlett], WWUK
 
Please let me know if you want to be a co-organizer.
 
  
 
=== Presenters ===
 
=== Presenters ===
If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list or [mailto:njbartlett@gmail.com email the organiser].
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If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please [mailto:njbartlett@gmail.com email the organiser].
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# Alex Blewitt, (E)Git. '''Abstract''': Alex will give an introduction to Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) concepts, and give a demo of the upcoming Git support in Eclipse.
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* '''Alex Blewitt''', [http://www.eclipse.org/egit/ (E)Git]. Abstract: Alex will give an introduction to Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) concepts, and give a demo of the upcoming Git support in Eclipse.
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# Neil Bartlett, [http://njbartlett.github.com/bndtools.html Bndtools]. '''Abstract''': Neil will show a demo of using Bndtools for component oriented development with OSGi and Declarative Services, and also demo runtime components that simplify testing of OSGi-based applications.
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* '''Ian Skerrett''', [http://www.eclipse.org/mpc/ Eclipse Marketplace Client]. Abstract: Ian will demonstrate the Eclipse Marketplace Client, which offers an App Store-like experience for finding, installing and uninstalling plug-ins from the [http://marketplace.eclipse.org/ Eclipse Marketplace] directly from your Eclipse IDE or Eclipse RCP-based product.
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* '''Neil Bartlett''', [http://njbartlett.github.com/bndtools.html Bndtools]. Abstract: Neil will show a demo of using Bndtools for component oriented development with OSGi and Declarative Services, and also demo runtime components that simplify provisioning and testing of OSGi-based applications.
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* '''Zoe Slattery''', "GOAT in 5 minutes". Abstract: GOAT (Graphical OSGi Analysis Tool) gives a way to visualise bundles and services in an OSGi framework. The graphical representation of bundles updates as bundles change state giving the user a simple picture of the state of their running application and the relationships between the bundles that comprise the application.
  
 
=== Who Is Attending ===
 
=== Who Is Attending ===
  
Attendance is FREE but you need to REGISTER with SkillsMatter in advance. Please [http://skillsmatter.com/event/java-jee/eclipse-democamp-helios-2010-london visit their page] to register.
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Attendance is FREE but you need to REGISTER with SkillsMatter in advance. Please [http://skillsmatter.com/event/java-jee/eclipse-democamp-helios-2010-london visit their page] and fill in your name and email address.

Latest revision as of 05:05, 11 June 2010

Eclipse-camp.gif What is an Eclipse DemoCamp?

Location

SkillsMatter, 116-120 Goswell Rd, London EC1V 7DP (Google Map)

Date and Time

17 June 2010 from 18:30

Organizer

Neil Bartlett, WWUK

Presenters

If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please email the organiser.

  • Alex Blewitt, (E)Git. Abstract: Alex will give an introduction to Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) concepts, and give a demo of the upcoming Git support in Eclipse.
  • Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Marketplace Client. Abstract: Ian will demonstrate the Eclipse Marketplace Client, which offers an App Store-like experience for finding, installing and uninstalling plug-ins from the Eclipse Marketplace directly from your Eclipse IDE or Eclipse RCP-based product.
  • Neil Bartlett, Bndtools. Abstract: Neil will show a demo of using Bndtools for component oriented development with OSGi and Declarative Services, and also demo runtime components that simplify provisioning and testing of OSGi-based applications.
  • Zoe Slattery, "GOAT in 5 minutes". Abstract: GOAT (Graphical OSGi Analysis Tool) gives a way to visualise bundles and services in an OSGi framework. The graphical representation of bundles updates as bundles change state giving the user a simple picture of the state of their running application and the relationships between the bundles that comprise the application.

Who Is Attending

Attendance is FREE but you need to REGISTER with SkillsMatter in advance. Please visit their page and fill in your name and email address.