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=== Registration  ===
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The Eventbrite page is now open! Regsiter for free under [http://lunademocampbraunschweig.eventbrite.com/ http://lunademocampbraunschweig.eventbrite.com]
  
 
=== Location  ===
 
=== Location  ===
  
 
Braunschweig, Öffentliche Versicherung, Theodor-Heuss-Straße
 
Braunschweig, Öffentliche Versicherung, Theodor-Heuss-Straße
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Theodor-Heuss-Straße 10<br>
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38122 Brunswick<br>
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Germany
  
 
=== Date and Time  ===
 
=== Date and Time  ===
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* 17.00-17.15: Introduction
 
* 17.00-17.15: Introduction
 
* 17.15-17.35: Crowd-Sourcing, Code-Snippets, and more: What Eclipse Code Recommenders has been to up for Luna" [mailto:andreas.sewe@codetrails.com Andreas Sewe], [http://www.codetrails.com/ Codetrails]
 
* 17.15-17.35: Crowd-Sourcing, Code-Snippets, and more: What Eclipse Code Recommenders has been to up for Luna" [mailto:andreas.sewe@codetrails.com Andreas Sewe], [http://www.codetrails.com/ Codetrails]
* 17.35-17.55: TBD - Zühlke
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* 17.35-17.55: Server-side OSGi - The hard way - Pascal Alich
 
* 17.55-18.15: Flying Sharks with m2m - Florian Pirchner
 
* 17.55-18.15: Flying Sharks with m2m - Florian Pirchner
 
* 18.15-18.35: Break
 
* 18.15-18.35: Break
* 18.35-18.55: JavaFX - Tom Schindl
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* 18.35-18.55: e4 mit JavaFX - Zeb Ford-Reitz
* 18.55-19.15: Jubula and JavaFX - BREDEX
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* 18.55-19.15: Jubula and JavaFX - Oliver Goetz
 
* 19.15-19.35: Break
 
* 19.15-19.35: Break
 
* 19.35-19.55: Oomph: Automatically Provision a Project-specific IDE", [mailto:stepper@esc-net.de Eike Stepper]
 
* 19.35-19.55: Oomph: Automatically Provision a Project-specific IDE", [mailto:stepper@esc-net.de Eike Stepper]
* 19.55-20.15: (Waiting on confirmation for possible Demo 7)
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* 19.55-20.15: Eclipse Flux - Martin Lippert
* 20.15-20.30: (Waiting on confirmation for possible demo 8)
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* 20.15-20.30: Testing devices with Jubula is like playing with Lego
 
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=== Presenters  ===
 
=== Presenters  ===
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Florian Pirchner  
 
Florian Pirchner  
  
'''Jubula and JavaFX'''
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'''Jubula and JavaFX'''  
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Oliver Goetz
  
BREDEX GmbH
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Jubula can now test JavaFX applications! This demo will show you what you can do already and will talk about what's next on the list, as well as how you can contribute.
  
'''JavaFX TBD'''
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'''e4 und JavaFX'''
  
Tom Schindl
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Zeb Ford-Reitz
  
 
'''Oomph: Automatically Provision a Project-specific IDE'''
 
'''Oomph: Automatically Provision a Project-specific IDE'''
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Each time you set up a fresh development environment to work with a particular version of a specific project you must install an IDE with appropriate tooling, materialize the appropriate projects in the workspace, materialize the appropriate target platform, install your personal tools, and manage your personal preferences. These tasks need to be well documented and evolve from release to release. In this talk we'll show how you can manage all this more effectively by formalizing the instructions so they can be performed automatically with the click of a button.
 
Each time you set up a fresh development environment to work with a particular version of a specific project you must install an IDE with appropriate tooling, materialize the appropriate projects in the workspace, materialize the appropriate target platform, install your personal tools, and manage your personal preferences. These tasks need to be well documented and evolve from release to release. In this talk we'll show how you can manage all this more effectively by formalizing the instructions so they can be performed automatically with the click of a button.
  
'''TBD'''
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'''Server-side OSGI - The hard way'''
  
Zühlke
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Pascal Alich
  
=== Who Is Attending  ===
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'''[https://projects.eclipse.org/projects/technology.flux Eclipse Flux]'''
  
The Eventbrite page will open in the next weeks. If you want to be notified when it opens, contact us at eclipsestammtisch@bredex.de
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Martin Lippert

Latest revision as of 09:43, 1 October 2014

Eclipse DemoCamp Old.jpg

Registration

The Eventbrite page is now open! Regsiter for free under http://lunademocampbraunschweig.eventbrite.com

Location

Braunschweig, Öffentliche Versicherung, Theodor-Heuss-Straße

Theodor-Heuss-Straße 10
38122 Brunswick
Germany

Date and Time

17th June

Organizers

Alexandra Schladebeck, BREDEX GmbH Stefan Reichert, Zühlke

Sponsors

Bredex.pngBREDEX GmbH
Zuehlke Logo rgb 100 2.png Zühlke Engineering

If you would like to be a sponsor of this event, please contact Alexandra Schladebeck via eclipsestammtisch@bredex.de.

Agenda (Work in Progress)

  • 16.45-17.00: Arrival
  • 17.00-17.15: Introduction
  • 17.15-17.35: Crowd-Sourcing, Code-Snippets, and more: What Eclipse Code Recommenders has been to up for Luna" Andreas Sewe, Codetrails
  • 17.35-17.55: Server-side OSGi - The hard way - Pascal Alich
  • 17.55-18.15: Flying Sharks with m2m - Florian Pirchner
  • 18.15-18.35: Break
  • 18.35-18.55: e4 mit JavaFX - Zeb Ford-Reitz
  • 18.55-19.15: Jubula and JavaFX - Oliver Goetz
  • 19.15-19.35: Break
  • 19.35-19.55: Oomph: Automatically Provision a Project-specific IDE", Eike Stepper
  • 19.55-20.15: Eclipse Flux - Martin Lippert
  • 20.15-20.30: Testing devices with Jubula is like playing with Lego

Presenters

If you would like to present at this event, please add your name below.

Crowd-Sourcing, Code-Snippets, and more: What Eclipse Code Recommenders has been to up for Luna

Andreas Sewe, Codetrails

Flying sharks with m2m

Florian Pirchner

Jubula and JavaFX

Oliver Goetz

Jubula can now test JavaFX applications! This demo will show you what you can do already and will talk about what's next on the list, as well as how you can contribute.

e4 und JavaFX

Zeb Ford-Reitz

Oomph: Automatically Provision a Project-specific IDE

Eike Stepper:

Each time you set up a fresh development environment to work with a particular version of a specific project you must install an IDE with appropriate tooling, materialize the appropriate projects in the workspace, materialize the appropriate target platform, install your personal tools, and manage your personal preferences. These tasks need to be well documented and evolve from release to release. In this talk we'll show how you can manage all this more effectively by formalizing the instructions so they can be performed automatically with the click of a button.

Server-side OSGI - The hard way

Pascal Alich

Eclipse Flux

Martin Lippert

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