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Eclipse DemoCamps November 2011/Bonn

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Collegium Leoninum Bonn, up to 50 participants

When traveling by car, you'd better use which is open 24h.

Date and Time

Monday, November 7th, 2011, 18:15


This Demo Camp will be sponsored by itemis AG, Eclipse strategic member and the leading company for model-driven software development.

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If your company is willing to co-sponsor this event, please contact Matthias Gutheil.


Matthias Gutheil, itemis AG


Our time constraints don't allow more than 8 presentations.

  • Frank Appel, Dynamic Web-Applications with OSGi and RAP
  • Moritz Eysholdt, Xbase - closing the generation gap
  • Karsten Thoms, Spray – a quick way to create Graphiti
  • Maximilian Kögel, EMFStore - a model repository for EMF
  • Thorsten Kamann , Eclipse und Mylyn - Integration des Entwickler-BackOffice
  • Ed Merks, Xcore: Ecore Meets Xtext
  • Daniel Speicher, Jan Nonnen - Cultivating Code Quality with Cultivate
  • Günter Kniesel, Tobias Rho - Easy Java Code Analysis and Improvement with JTransformer

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 Matthias Gutheil.

  1. Matthias Gutheil, itemis AG
  2. Frank Appel, codeaffine
  3. Moritz Eysholdt, itemis AG
  4. Karsten Thoms, itemis AG
  5. Jan Friderici, itemis AG
  6. Vadim Filippov, unitb consulting GmbH
  7. Maximilian Kögel, EclipseSource
  8. Thorsten Kamann , itemis AG
  9. Ed Merks, itemis AG
  10. Wolfgang George, itemis AG
  11. Jan Nonnen, Uni Bonn
  12. Paul Imhoff, Uni Bonn
  13. Falko Riemenschneider, itemis AG
  14. Christopher Ezell
  15. Bastian Hafer, Uni Bonn
  16. Günter Kniesel, Uni Bonn
  17. Tobias Rho, Uni Bonn
  18. Daniel Speicher, Uni Bonn
  19. Patrick Breucking, T-Systems
  20. Federico Carbonetti, INFORM GmbH
  21. Carsten König, DGLR e.V.
  22. Matthias Hanns, digitales multimedia zentrum
  23. Christian Günther, IP Labs GmbH
  24. Uwe Ritzmann, DPDHL IT Services
  25. Valentin von Seggern, Deutsche Telekom AG
  26. Patricia Erdelen
  27. Ulrich Lübke, Scopevisio AG
  28. Armin Lütkenhaus
  29. Alexander von Hedenström, European IT Consultancy EITCO GmbH
  30. Thomas Wellen, European IT Consultancy EITCO GmbH
  31. Andre Schmidt, Swiss Post Solutions GmbH
  32. Ishat Aliev, Uni Bonn
  33. Fabian Noth, Uni Bonn
  34. Andreas Becker, Uni Bonn
  35. Andri Bremm, Uni Bonn
  36. Jörg Meister, Freiberufler
  37. Rickert Marcus, Capgemini
  38. Claudia Knobloch, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
  39. Norman Barth, Uni Köln
  40. Michael Knümann, BusinessCoDe GmbH
  41. Veit Hoffmann, SWC RWTH-Aachen
  42. Andreas Ganser, RWTH Aachen, SWC
  43. Lothar Nieswandt, T-Systems
  44. Niels Woitzick, T-Systems
  45. Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen, Viaboxx Systems
  46. Andreas van Loock, Deutsche Post Com GmbH
  47. Thomas Hoppe, Deutsche Post Com GmbH
  48. Olaf Schmitz, visionera GmbH
  49. Marcus Pant, visionera GmbH
  50. Markus Hofmann, Deutsche Telekom AG
  51. Nils Meinert, T-Systems
  52. Ralph Wrzal, T-Systems
  53. Mokhtar Abdu, Uni Bonn
  54. Gerhard Sonnenberg, SemVox GmbH
  55. Christian Wagner, Nionex GmbH
  56. Marc Eilens, itemis AG
  57. Felix Leipold, ThoughtWorks Deutschland GmbH
  58. Friedrich Bochmann, ALGOS GmbH
  59. Andreas Schmidt, Prosystems IT GmbH
  60. Andreas Graf, itemis AG
  61. Wolfgang Wölfel, itemis AG
  62. Otto Kohler, Fa. Okolograf

We allow 60 entries. If there are already 60 registrations and you want to come to the democamp, please send an email to Matthias Gutheil.

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