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Location

Skills Matter
1 Sekforde Street
Clerkenwell
London EC1R 0BE

Show Map

Nearest Tube: Farringdon

Date & Time

25th November 2008, 18:30 to 20:30

Registration

Attendance is free but please note you will need to register with SkillsMatter! Please visit their registration page. After registering you may wish to let other people know you are coming by adding your name to the Who Is Attending section below (this is optional).

Organiser

Presenters

If you would like to present at a DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list, or email the organisers. Depending on the number of people interested we may have to limit the number of presenters and time of each demo.

  1. Chris Frost (SpringSource UK Ltd): A short demo introducing the dm-Server and tooling around it. Showing how to develop applications for OSGi using the SpringSource Tools Suite and the dm-Server. I'll start from a blank install of both products, free versions, and finish up with some bundles up and running on the server.
  2. Neil Bartlett: "From Desktop to Web: Building Rich Client and Web applications from a single code base". A short demo of an application which runs both as a desktop "rich client" using Eclipse RCP, and a browser-based Web client using Eclipse RAP. Over 95% of the code is reused between both versions.
  3. Dave Savage & Neil Bartlett: “A introduction and demo of the Sigil project, an Eclipse plugin for the development and test of composite OSGi-based applications.”
  4. Dave Savage: “Introducing the Newton Project” - A demo of the Newton project that offers a distributed OSGi application runtime. This will take an app developed and tested in Sigil and demonstrate how simple it is to deploy, scale and add resilience using Newton as the application runtime.
  5. Bruce Skingle: “Introducing the Coda code generation toolkit” - A demo of Coda, an integrated Eclipse based code generation tool set. This will show the development of an example application, showing the generation of code from a Coda model, together with a quick look at how it is used in a real product, the Immutify Secure Messaging client.
  6. Ashish Thandavan:“Overview and demo of g-Eclipse”. g-Eclipse provides plugins to the Eclipse workbench to enable users, application developers and operators to access the power of Grid infrastructures. It consists of a core middleware-independent part and support for various Grid middlewares is implemented as plugins. Currently the gLite and GRIA middlewares are supported with exemplary plugins.
  7. Jeza Wakefield: A short demo introducing Symbian Analysis Workbench, and how it makes it easier for developers to optimize Symbian C++ development

Who Is Attending

So far 40 people have registered their attendance. The following have also chosen to let others know that they will be coming (this part is optional):

  1. Neil Bartlett
  2. Chris Frost (SpringSource UK Ltd.)
  3. Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
  4. Dave Savage,Paremus
  5. Mike Francis,Paremus
  6. Bruce Skingle,Immutify Ltd
  7. Ashish Thandavan,ACET Centre, University of Reading
  8. Lucian Piros (Symbian)
  9. Jeza Wakefield (Symbian)