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Eclipse DemoCamps November 2009/Bangalore

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Summit Hall, Nandhana Palace, IndiraNagar-Koramangala Intermediate Ring Road, Bangalore. Google Maps Bing Maps

Date and Time

5th Nov, 2009 (Thursday). 5 PM - 8 PM


  • Thank you for the overwhelming response. Now accepting up to 60 registrations. Trying to make arrangements to host more.
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  • First wave of reminders sent. Did you confirm your participation?



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


  1. Keynote by Pradeep Balachandran (India site lead for Eclipse, Jazz and RTC development at IBM)
  2. Modeled UI with E4, Ankur Sharma (Eclipse PDE UI Committer, IBM, blog)
  3. GEF3D, Madhu Samuel (Works in Bosch, Scribbles at I Like Eclipse)
  4. MyEclipse Tools, Anil kumar Gudise (Genuitec, Blog)
  5. SWTBot -- unit and functional testing eclipse based applications, Ketan Padegaonkar, ThoughtWorks Studios (Tentative based on the dates)
  6. Creating Widgets for S60 devices using Nokia WRT Eclipse plugins, Ibrahim Quraish, Nokia.
  7. Invoking Eclipse Controls From Visual Studio Add-ons, Sujeet Mishra, IBM
  8. Jazz - Eclipse based collobration platform, Sandeep Kohli, IBM
  9. JavaScript Development Toolkit (JSDT), Deepak Azad, IBM
  10. Spring IDE, Rajam T., Infosys
  11. C/C++ Remote Developer Plug-in for Eclipse, Ganeshraj.S, HP

All demo slots are now occupied. New demos can now only be added if some presenter drops out.

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 or

We are making arrangements to host 60 participants. Registration available on FCFS basis. In case you have registered already but due to some really unfortunate reason you have to drop-out, please update the list below or send us a word across.

  1. Prakash G.R., IBM
  2. Ankur Sharma, IBM
  3. Madhu Samuel, Bosch
  4. Anil Gudise, Genuitec
  5. Dakshinamurthy K, Jalian Systems
  6. Prasanna Kulkarni, Magic Lamp Software
  7. Shiva S, Interra Systems
  8. Prashant, Software AG India
  9. Umakanthan Chandran, Mastek Limited
  10. Sivaraman V, Infosys
  11. Govind R Ashrit, ReadiMinds
  12. Ankit Singh, HP
  13. Saurabh Arora, Oracle India
  14. Hanish Kukreja, Fiorano
  15. Ibrahim Quraish, Nokia
  16. Pradeep Balachandran, IBM
  17. Deepak Azad, IBM
  18. Ashok Pon Kumar, IBM
  19. Sandeep Kohli, IBM
  20. Ketan Padegaonkar, ThoughtWorks Studios
  21. Sujeet Mishra, IBM
  22. Manju Mathew, Bosch
  23. Venkateswara Rao Maddineni, Bosch
  24. Vinayak Murdeshwar, Bosch
  25. Guruprasad Narasimaiah, Bosch
  26. Lakshmi P Shanmugam, IBM
  27. Praveen Innamuri, IBM
  28. Hitesh Soliwal, IBM
  29. Raksha Vasisht, IBM
  30. Srikanth Sankaran, IBM
  31. Satyam Kandula, IBM
  32. Shashank H. N., Infosys
  33. Aditya Kaole, Poseidon
  34. Pankaj Gode, Poseidon
  35. Shrijeet Polke, Poseidon
  36. Ajay Vikram Singh, Poseidon
  37. Parvathy Unnikrishnan, Bosch
  38. Chetan Kumar, Bosch
  39. Rahul Chandrashekar, Bosch
  40. Asha Subramaniam, Bosch
  41. Sandeepthi B, Bosch
  42. Ayushman Jain, IBM
  43. Ajay Kemparaj, Bosch
  44. Nagesha Y J, Bosch
  45. Sabarish R S, IBM
  46. Sreejesh Nair, Aditya Birla Minacs IT Servies
  47. Ansuman Pathy, Samsung India Software Operations
  48. Nagesh Kumar, Unisys
  49. Jayam B, Unisys
  50. Sandeep Paliwal, Adobe
  51. Niranjan Babu, Bosch
  52. Nellaturu Dillibabu, Bosch
  53. Santosh Math, HP
  54. Rajam T., Infosys
  55. JItender Sharma, LG
  56. Meenakshi Sharma, Trainz
  57. Ravikumar, Nokia
  58. Ganeshraj S, HP
  59. Sushma Devaiah, Unisys

All the registration slots have been taken. Please add for name to waiting list. If someone drops out we shall be able to accommodate you.

Waiting List

  • Name, Company
  1. ,Ajay Singh Rathore, Thoughtworks

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