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17:30 '''Puppet to the rescue''' - An introductory overview of puppet based on our experience of fully automating management of the Mylyn test infrastructure; Steffen Pingel, Tasktop Technologies
 
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19:40 '''Boost JUnit tests with Xtend''' - Short introduction to Xtend language and an example how it can be used to write cool JUnit tests; Boris Brodski, Freelancer
 
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Contents

[edit] Location

Yatta Office Frankfurt
Mainzer Landstr. 50
60325 Frankfurt a. M.

LatLong: 50.1109392, 8.6639151

[edit] Date and Time

Thursday, December 12th, 2013, opening 17:00

[edit] Sponsors

This Eclipse DemoCamp is sponsored by Yatta Solutions GmbH

Yatta Solutions GmbH


[edit] Mediapartners

Software & Support Media GmbH is supporting the Eclipse DemoCamp Software & Support Media GmbH

Software & Support Media GmbH

[edit] Organizer

Manuel Bork, Yatta Solutions

[edit] Agenda

17:00 Meet & Greet

17:25 Welcome & Opening: Ralph Mueller, Johannes Jacop

17:30 Puppet to the rescue - An introductory overview of puppet based on our experience of fully automating management of the Mylyn test infrastructure; Steffen Pingel, Tasktop Technologies

17:50 Eclipse SmartHome - Enabling the Intranet of Things; Kai Kreuzer, Deutsche Telekom

18:10 Orion meets SAP - Using Orion API to enable Web Based Development for our InMemory Data Platform SAP Hana; Wolfgang Pfeifer und Mohammed Unewisse, SAP AG

18:30 Break & Snacks

19:00 Eclipse Scout in the cloud - How to build scalable business applications running on multiple PaaS clouds out of the box with Eclipse Scout; Thomas Schweigler, BSI AG

19:20 ETCS - Iron Horse running safely with Eclipse - An overview of ETCS (European Train Control System) standards, the OpenETCS initiative and where they use Eclipse; Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies

19:40 Boost JUnit tests with Xtend - Short introduction to Xtend language and an example how it can be used to write cool JUnit tests; Boris Brodski, Freelancer

20:10 Closing

[edit] Presenters / Call for Demos

The call for demos is closed, but if you still want to present at the demo camp please add your demo to the waiting list and contact the organizers.

  • ETCS - Iron Horse running safely with Eclipse - An overview of ETCS (European Train Control System) standards, the OpenETCS initiative and where they use Eclipse; Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies
  • Puppet to the rescue - An introductory overview of puppet based on our experience of fully automating management of the Mylyn test infrastructure; Steffen Pingel, Tasktop Technologies
  • Eclipse SmartHome - Enabling the Intranet of Things; Kai Kreuzer, Deutsche Telekom
  • Orion meets SAP - Using Orion API to enable Web Based Development for our InMemory Data Platform SAP Hana; Wolfgang Pfeifer und Mohammed Unewisse, SAP AG
  • Boost JUnit tests with Xtend - Short introduction to Xtend language and an example how it can be used to write cool JUnit tests; Boris Brodski, Freelancer
  • Eclipse Scout in the cloud - How to build scalable business applications running on multiple PaaS clouds out of the box with Eclipse Scout; Thomas Schweigler, BSI AG

[edit] 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 Manuel Bork. Though its mainly up to the speakers, please be aware that the event language in general will be German.

  1. Fahad Abdel Kader, Connectloud
  2. Johannes Jacop, Yatta Solutions
  3. Dr. Christian Schneider, Yatta Solutions
  4. Manuel Bork, Yatta Solutions
  5. Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies / Thales
  6. Steffen Pingel, Tasktop Technologies
  7. Kai Kreuzer, Deutsche Telekom
  8. Uli Merkel
  9. Karl Schmitt, Competence Center DB Schenker
  10. Adalbert Biadatz
  11. Kerem Seyhan
  12. Julia Szalay
  13. Diana Kupfer, Eclipse Magazin
  14. Wolfgang Pfeifer, SAP AG
  15. Mohammed Unewisse, SAP AG
  16. Carsten Reckord, Yatta Solutions
  17. Dr. Leif Geiger, Yatta Solutions
  18. Frederic Ebelshäuser, Yatta Solutions
  19. Boris Brodski, Freelancer
  20. Thomas Schweigler, BSI AG
  21. Sebastian Louis, BSI AG
  22. Gerrit Karius, ING-DiBa
  23. Ingo Dettling
  24. Martin Hassanzadeh, FamousIT
  25. Tobias Kilian, DB Systel
  26. Canberk Canka, BearingPoint
  27. Zoran Savic, BLUECARAT AG
  28. Qaiser Abbasi
  29. Dr. Felix Klar, Yatta Solutions
  30. Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation
  31. Hartmut Schlosser, JAXenter
  32. Claudia Fröhling, Eclipse Magazin
  33. Ognyan Ivanov
  34. Stefan Marx, Marx Consulting
  35. Ates Bana
  36. Oleg Drewin, Drewin IT Consulting
  37. Parviz Mesbahi
  38. Andreas Thurm
  39. Beate Rehme
  40. Thomas Landgraf, enercast GmbH
  41. Wilfried Lyhs