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Eclipse DemoCamps November 2010/UCCCampus

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Location

University College Cork
Western Gateway Building (WGB) G05
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See campus map (pdf) Campus Map

Date and Time

Wednesday November 17th, 19:00

Sponsors

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Organizers

James Sugrue, Pilz Ireland
Barry O'Sullivan, Associate Director, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer Science

Presenters

If you are a student or instructor and would like to present at the DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list.

  1. James Sugrue Eclipse: As A Foundation For Your Application
  2. Jacob Feldman How to use Business Rules and Constraint Programming Techniques (based on JSR-331) within Eclipse IDE
  3. Robert Moloney, Ravi Chodavarapu Making and Selling Apps for Android (with Eclipse)

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 james at dzone dot com

  1. James Sugrue, Pilz Ireland
  2. Jacob Feldman, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC
  3. Barry O'Sullivan, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC
  4. Gordon Rios, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC
  5. Syed Imran, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC
  6. Ravi Chodavarapu, Pilz Ireland
  7. Aliaa Badr, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC
  8. Robert Moloney, Pilz Ireland
  9. Conor O'Mahony, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC
  10. Karl Grabe, Cork Institute of Technology
  11. Dermot Griffin, Pilz Ireland
  12. Amit Kharb, Pilz Ireland
  13. Brien Mullins, Software Development and Computer Networks, CIT
  14. Jakub Belica, Software Development and Computer Networks, CIT
  15. Hubie Wiese, Pilz Ireland
  16. Ang Gao, Centre for Efficiency Oriented Languages, UCC
  17. Richard Wallace, Cork Constraint Computation Centre, UCC
  18. Paul McGarry, Computer Science, UCC
  19. Brian Walsh, Computer Science, UCC