Eclipse DemoCamps November 2010/Portland
Date and Time
Monday, November 8th 2010, 6 - 9pm. Talks start at 6:30pm.
Agenda: Eclipse for Mobile Developers
1. Android Development with Eclipse (tentative)
Michael Galpin is an engineer at eBay in its Architecture group. He has been working in software engineering and web development for 10+ years. He is also a freelance writer and has written for IBM developerWorks, TheServerSide.com, and the Java Developer's Journal. He is a regular on developerWorks and has written numerous articles about using Eclipse for developing in Java, C++, PHP, Python, and Ruby. He has spoken at technical conferences such as Eclipse Day at Google, Flex Camp, AjaxWorld, and EclipseWorld.
2. BlackBerry Application Development Options
Research In Motion is a longtime contributor and consumer of several Eclipse projects as a Enterprise Member of the Eclipse Foundation. From Java to Web (as well as Flash/AIR and native C/C++ on the BlackBerry Playbook), Eclipse plays an integral role in enabling developers on the BlackBerry platform. This talk discusses these options for BlackBerry Application development and demonstrates the Eclipse tooling.
3. iPad development with Eclipse
Eclipse RAP is a mature framework for writing multi-platform applications with Java. We are now adding the iPad as an additional platform. This talk will introduce the technology and demo a single-source / triple-platform app (Java client / PC web-client / iPad web-client).
Elias Volanakis (@evolanakis) is an Eclipse RAP committer and mobile development enthusiast. At EclipseSource he helps customers write Eclipse-based software. When not coding he enjoys running and the art of cooking.
Who Is Attending
If you plan to attend please add your name and company to the list below. This will help us plan food & seating. If you have any trouble with the wiki, just send an email. Thanks!
- Elias Volanakis (@evolanakis), EclipseSource
- Kai Zhang, IBM
- Bryan Lee, Axian
- Michael Galpin, eBay
- Seth Shikora
- Martin Hald
- John Thomas, RIM
- Troy Acott, Critical Path