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Revision as of 09:06, 18 May 2010

Eclipse-camp.gif What is an Eclipse DemoCamp?


Motto

  • After last year's success we will try something different this time:
  • Instead of your fancy packaging (i.e. slides)
  • we want to see you making your hands dirty and show us how to create something (i.e. code).
  • short: Show Me Code - No Slides - No Suits ;-)


Location

Coming soon


Date and Time

June 25, 2010
16:00 - 20:00


Schedule

16:00 - 16:30 : come together "warm up"
16:30 - 20:00 : demos, mixed with chat and beer
20:00 - 22:00 : come together, spontaneous presentations, "cool down"


Organizers

Codeworks.png Codecop.png


Sponsors

Sphinx logo.gif


Demos

As said in the motto above, we would like to create a deeper and more personal experience. Speakers should prepare a 30 to 60 minutes interactive demo (aka mini workshop or live coding) that gives some understanding and hands-on experience of the presented subject. In a nutshell we want to code together, guided by the presenter's deeper knowledge of the topic. (Demos will be in German.)

If for some reason interactive or live coding is not an option, the demo should at least show code and explain the interesting tidbits in the code. Please try to avoid slides if possible. (Of course, a few slides to give an overview or explain some structural dependencies are ok.) If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please contact the organizers!

Planned Demos

Submitted Demos

  1. Mustafa Arikan, Arikan, "ProgGen Werkzeug, ECORE Visualisierung und Generierungsfunktion"
  2. Mylyn Reviews Committers, INSO, "Mylyn Reviews"
  3. Tom Schindl, BestSolution.at, "E4"
  4. Sebastian Krzyzanowski, APA-IT & Christian Schiestl, Sphinx IT Consulting, "NeMo DigiClip - Eclipse RCP Applikation zur Medienbeobachtung"
  5. Bernhard Woditschka & Joachim Grüneis - "How to speed up your Domain Driven Design with Xtext" (based on a real world project)
  6. Florian Pirchner, "Modeling meets Runtime - redView"
  7. Stephan Herrmann, "Enter the next dimension of modularity using the Object Teams Development Tooling"
  8. Maximilian Kögel, "EMFStore, EMF Client Platform"

We are happy for so many demos, but they are way too many for a single afternoon to cover them all in proper detail. We are in contact with speakers to find a solution.

Scheduled Demos

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending please add your name and company to the list below. If you have any trouble with the wiki, just send an email to michael.clay at codeworkz dot at.

  1. Michael Clay, Codeworkz
  2. Peter Kofler, code-cop.org
  3. Kilian Matt, INSO/Mylyn Reviews
  4. Christian Schiestl, Sphinx IT Consulting
  5. Sebastian Krzyzanowski APA-IT
  6. Lubos Bistak, Sphinx IT Consulting
  7. Florian Pirchner, redView
  8. Joachim Grüneis

Please note that depending on the demos you might need to bring your computer and install Eclipse and other software components beforehand. Exact system requirements are given in the presentation abstracts.

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