Eclipse DemoCamps November 2011/Hamburg

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Location

Betahaus Hamburg

Lerchenstraße 28a / Eingang Schilleroper

22767 Hamburg

Date and Time

November 23rd, 19:00 - 23:00

Organizer

Peter Friese, Zühlke Engineering

Martin Lippert, SpringSource - a division of VMware

Sponsors

This Demo Camp will be sponsored by Zühlke Engineering, SpringSource - a division of VMware, and itemis.

If you or your company are willing to co-sponsor this event, please contact Peter Friese.

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Agenda

  • 19:00 - 19:25: Meet & Greet
  • 19:25 - 19:30: Welcome (Martin & Peter)
  • 19:30 - 19:50: Slot 1
  • 19:55 - 20:15: Slot2
  • 20:20 - 20:40: Slot 3
  • 20:40 - 21:00: Break
  • 21:00 - 21:20: Slot 4
  • 21:25 - 21:45: Slot 5
  • 21:45 - 22:05: Slot 6

The list of demos is closed. If you would like to speak at the next demo camp, please get in touch with Martin and Peter (it's easiest to catch us at the demo camp, BTW :-) )

  • Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies
  • Kai Kreuzer, openHAB.org
    • Eclipse@Home - Home Automation in Practice
    • openHAB is an Open Source project that focuses on modern home automation needs. In contrast to other solutions, which are often script-based, it achieves its goal with the latest Eclipse and OSGi technologies, such as OSGi Declarative Services, Jetty, EMF, Xtext/Xbase, etc.
  • Manuel Bork, Yatta Solutions
    • Combined Modeling and Programming: Task Focused Diagrams with Mylyn and UML Lab
  • Pimp your productivity with Git, Gerrit, Hudson and Mylyn by Steffen Pingel, Tasktop Technologies
    For tasks, Mylyn already streamlines workflow by providing first-class integration with the IDE. The recent Mylyn project restructuring now enables the same integrated workflows for code reviews, builds and version control systems like Git. We will show how the tools available in the Mylyn project work together to seamlessly integrate development artifacts in Eclipse and provide traceability all the way from the requirement to the final merge into the production branch.
  • Jan Köhnlein, itemis
    • Runtime-Configurable Graphical Views for any Java-based Model
  • Markus Knauer: Dynamic Web Applications with RAP and OSGi
    The Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) is an open source web framework run by the Eclipse project. It contains a powerful SWT compatible widget toolkit that allows developing desktop- and webclients from a single code base. While previous versions had been focused on the Equinox world the widget toolkit opens up to the OSGi standard. With the current development stream, RAP integrates seamlessly with the OSGi service platform. This allows to start separate RAP applications in a single process and to add UI contributions dynamically to those applications. In this talk I will give an overview of the technical concepts and show how these technologies can be used to build dynamic web applications.
  • Philip Wenig: Showcase OpenChrom - a RCP for chromatography and mass spectrometry
    No doubt, Eclipse RCP & OSGi is an amazing technology that assists and guides us throughout our daily work. But most people do think of Eclipse RCP as a platform only for programmers. No, it isn't! Hence, I'd like to give a short introduction to OpenChrom and I would like to show it's possibilities by some examples. I'll not talk about plug-ins, fragments and extension points, that would be really interesting too, but that's not the focus. I'd like to give some impressions, how smoothly the RCP technology can be integrated in other fields of work than programming. This showcase may give an inspiration to use the Rich Client Platform in areas never been thought before.

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending please add your name and company to the list below. You need to have an Eclipse Bugzilla account to do so. Signing up is really easy and not only gives you the chance to attend Eclipse DemoCamps, but also gives you the sweet fuzzy feeling of being able to file Eclipse bugs! Come on, give it a try - we know you can do it!

  1. Peter Friese, Zühlke Engineering
  2. Martin Lippert, SpringSource - a division of vmware
  3. Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies
  4. Kai Kreuzer, openHAB.org
  5. Holger Schill, itemis Xtext
  6. Oliver Libutzki, itemis
  7. Simon Zambrovski, Holisticon AG
  8. Frank Gasdorf, Plath GmbH
  9. Manuel Bork, Yatta Solutions
  10. Christian Hager, tecis Finanzdienstleistungen AG
  11. Nils Hartmann, Techniker Krankenkasse
  12. Jan Köhnlein, itemis Xtext
  13. Andreas Lenz, Accenture Technology Solutions GmbH
  14. Markus Knauer, EclipseSource
  15. Steffen Pingel, Tasktop Technologies
  16. Moritz Eysholdt, itemis Xtext
  17. Daniel Dietrich, HSH Nordbank
  18. Jan Koops, Techniker Krankenkasse
  19. Ingo Meyer
  20. Stefan Hänsgen, tecis Finanzdienstleistungen
  21. Florian Quadt
  22. Markus Nicks E.ON IT
  23. Olaf Kaus E.ON IT
  24. Andreas Breuer, itemis
  25. Asaf Ikram, itemis
  26. Christian Hempe, Consist Software Solutions GmbH
  27. Arne Bernin
  28. Erhard Weinell, Generali Deutschland Informatik Services (depending on chosen topics)
  29. Jan Ortmann, Mondula
  30. Harald Albers, HS - Hamburger Software GmbH & Co. KG
  31. Jochen Meyer, Zühlke Engineering
  32. Jonas Bibo, Hanse Orga AG
  33. Oliver Niekrenz
  34. Jendrik Johannes, itemis
  35. Martin Ruhm
  36. Florian Grothe, e-velopment GmbH
  37. Robert von Massow, Uni Kiel
  38. Markus Klink
  39. Heiko Neuweger, Bruker Daltonik GmbH
  40. Christian Tabeling, Bruker Daltonik GmbH
  41. Waruna Ratnayake
  42. Philip Wenig, OpenChrom
  43. Jörg Groß
  44. Frank Becker
  45. Sebastian Maeder, Kuehne + Nagel (AG & Co.) KG
  46. Amin Ashraff
  47. Monte A. Miersch
  48. Siegfried Nolte
  49. Joachim Penk
  50. Axel Scheithauer