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San Francisco<br/>
 
San Francisco<br/>
 
[http://thirstybear.com/ www.thirstybear.com]
 
[http://thirstybear.com/ www.thirstybear.com]
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[[Image:Thirsty-bear-logo.gif]]
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The event is in the Sillon room, which is upstairs and to the left.
  
 
=== Date and Time  ===
 
=== Date and Time  ===
  
November 29, 2011
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November 29, 2011 <br/>
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7:30pm - 9:30pm
  
 
=== Sponsors  ===
 
=== Sponsors  ===
  
Twitter
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* Twitter
Github
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* Github
  
 
=== Organizers  ===
 
=== Organizers  ===
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If you would like to present at the camp, please add your name, email address, and topic below.
 
If you would like to present at the camp, please add your name, email address, and topic below.
  
You'll have 15-20 minutes each to present on your topic.
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You'll have 15 minutes each to present on your topic.
  
[mailto:Lars.Vogel@gmail.com Lars Vogel] - Why development with Android Development Tools for Eclipse rocks
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#[mailto:caniszczyk@gmail.com Chris Aniszczyk] - Welcome!
 
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#[mailto:mike.milinkovich@eclipse.org Mike Milinkovich] - Introducing Orion - Web-based development from the people who brought you Eclipse.
[mailto:tom.schindl@bestsolution.at Tom Schindl] - e(fx)clipse - JavaFX-Tooling and runtime for JavaFX applications. The tooling heavily leverages Eclipse Technologies like Xtext, JDT and PDE and the tooling is built upon the Eclipse 4 Application Platform
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#[mailto:kevin@github.com Kevin Sawicki] - Github integration with Eclipse
 
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#[mailto:Lars.Vogel@gmail.com Lars Vogel] - Why development with Android Development Tools for Eclipse rocks
[mailto:mike.milinkovich@eclipse.org Mike Milinkovich] - Introducing Orion - Web-based development from the people who brought you Eclipse.
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#[mailto:tom.schindl@bestsolution.at Tom Schindl] - e(fx)clipse - JavaFX-Tooling and runtime for JavaFX applications.
 
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#[mailto:elias@eclipsesource.com Elias Volanakis] - Writing native mobile applications in Java with [http://eclipse.org/rap RAP]
[mailto:kevin@github.com Kevin Sawicki] - Github integration with Eclipse
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[mailto:elias@eclipsesource.com Elias Volanakis] - Writing native mobile applications in Java with [http://eclipse.org/rap RAP]
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=== Who Is Attending  ===
 
=== Who Is Attending  ===
  
 
If you are attending, please add your name and email address below.
 
If you are attending, please add your name and email address below.
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We have a limit of 40 people at the event.
  
 
# Chris Aniszczyk
 
# Chris Aniszczyk
 
# Kevin Sawicki
 
# Kevin Sawicki
 
# Mike Milinkovich (Eclipse Foundation)
 
# Mike Milinkovich (Eclipse Foundation)
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# Lars Vogel
 
# Tom Schindl (BestSolution.at)
 
# Tom Schindl (BestSolution.at)
 
# Markus A. Kuppe (UHH, MSR, individual)
 
# Markus A. Kuppe (UHH, MSR, individual)
 
# Donald Smith (at oracle, dot com)
 
# Donald Smith (at oracle, dot com)
 
# Elias Volanakis (EclipseSource Inc)
 
# Elias Volanakis (EclipseSource Inc)
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# [mailto:ericc@motorola.com Eric Cloninger] (Motorola) + Guest (tentative)
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# Ketan Padegaonkar
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# Anna Dushistova
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# Stanislav Yakovlev
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#[mailto:amit.sainani@gmail.com Amit Sainani]
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# Doug Clarke (Oracle)
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# John Bracken (Oracle)
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# Christian Romming (VigLink)
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# Erik Michaels-Ober
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#[mailto:dswanson@newrelic.com Darin Swanson] (New Relic)
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#[mailto:apetresc@gmail.com Adrian Petrescu] (TwitSprout)
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# Roman Kamyk
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# Shubham Gupta
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# Andrew Bayer (tentative)
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# Boris Chen
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# Emre Berge Ergenekon
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# Petter Eriksson
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# Craig Cook
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# Phil Webb
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# Ed Callahan
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# Xiaoyuan Li
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# Tyler Stalder

Latest revision as of 16:38, 30 November 2011

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[edit] Location

Thirsty Bear
661 Howard Street
San Francisco
www.thirstybear.com

Thirsty-bear-logo.gif

The event is in the Sillon room, which is upstairs and to the left.

[edit] Date and Time

November 29, 2011
7:30pm - 9:30pm

[edit] Sponsors

  • Twitter
  • Github

[edit] Organizers

Chris Aniszczyk
Kevin Sawicki

[edit] Agenda

[edit] Presenters

If you would like to present at the camp, please add your name, email address, and topic below.

You'll have 15 minutes each to present on your topic.

  1. Chris Aniszczyk - Welcome!
  2. Mike Milinkovich - Introducing Orion - Web-based development from the people who brought you Eclipse.
  3. Kevin Sawicki - Github integration with Eclipse
  4. Lars Vogel - Why development with Android Development Tools for Eclipse rocks
  5. Tom Schindl - e(fx)clipse - JavaFX-Tooling and runtime for JavaFX applications.
  6. Elias Volanakis - Writing native mobile applications in Java with RAP

[edit] Who Is Attending

If you are attending, please add your name and email address below.

We have a limit of 40 people at the event.

  1. Chris Aniszczyk
  2. Kevin Sawicki
  3. Mike Milinkovich (Eclipse Foundation)
  4. Lars Vogel
  5. Tom Schindl (BestSolution.at)
  6. Markus A. Kuppe (UHH, MSR, individual)
  7. Donald Smith (at oracle, dot com)
  8. Elias Volanakis (EclipseSource Inc)
  9. Eric Cloninger (Motorola) + Guest (tentative)
  10. Ketan Padegaonkar
  11. Anna Dushistova
  12. Stanislav Yakovlev
  13. Amit Sainani
  14. Doug Clarke (Oracle)
  15. John Bracken (Oracle)
  16. Christian Romming (VigLink)
  17. Erik Michaels-Ober
  18. Darin Swanson (New Relic)
  19. Adrian Petrescu (TwitSprout)
  20. Roman Kamyk
  21. Shubham Gupta
  22. Andrew Bayer (tentative)
  23. Boris Chen
  24. Emre Berge Ergenekon
  25. Petter Eriksson
  26. Craig Cook
  27. Phil Webb
  28. Ed Callahan
  29. Xiaoyuan Li
  30. Tyler Stalder