Eclipse DemoCamps Indigo 2011/Darmstadt
Location and Date
Deutsche Telekom AG
Products & Innovation
Tuesday, June 21st 2011, 17:00 - 20:30
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Note: If you have been registered, there will be a free parking available for you. Follow the visitors path, tell your name and use visitor parking areas.
The demo camp will be located in the Forum, which is directly at main entrance to the building and registration desk.
Thanks to our sponsors, we can offer drinks and food after the event. It will take place in or around the same building. No registration is required. Just stay and enjoy chats with other Eclipse enthusiasts.
This DemoCamp will be sponsored by
- Developer Garden, the developer portal of Deutsche Telekom AG
- TU Darmstadt
- BSI Business Systems Integration AG
- msg systems AG
A great thanks to all sponsors to make this event happen.
- Jochen Hiller, Deutsche Telekom AG
- Marcel Bruch, TU Darmstadt
You want to talk about an Eclipse based project? Add it here. We currently plan to have 6 talks and one extended talk. The general talk language is German. English talks, however, are welcome!
- Eclipse Scout - Building business applications with Scout.
- Yatta Solutions: Task Focused Diagrams with Mylyn and UML Lab
- Simon Kaufmannn (SAP AG) / Jochen Hiller (Deutsche Telekom AG): Know your projects with Skalli
- Sascha Scholz (SAP AG) - Integrating Git, Gerrit and Jenkins with Mylyn
- Matthias Sohn / Stefan Lay (SAP AG) - EGit and Friends - Ready for Prime Time ?
- Holger Staudacher: What's new in the EclipseRT universe?
- Falko Menge - Modeling your Business with Activiti and BPMN2
- Marcus Ficner - Cross-Platform Mobile Development with APPlause
Who Is Attending
You can register for this event (and check the attendance list) via democamp-darmstadt.eventbrite.com. Registration is free.
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