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Eclipse DemoCamps November 2013/Grenoble

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After the success on positive feedback of previous Demo Camp in Grenoble and the recent emulation shown at Cluster Edit, we are pleased to group together a demo camp and a hackathon in a full day Eclipse event in Grenoble to gather all Eclipse enthusiast in the area around technical presentations, discussions and code.


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Xerox Research Centre Europe
6 chemin de Maupertuis
38240 Meylan, France
Travel Information

Date and Time

November 25th 2013, all day long.


Hosting and Funding

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  • Thierry Jacquin - Xerox Research
  • Mickael Istria - Red Hat
  • Mathilde Gradfort & Patrick Emin - Cluster Edit

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The day will feature informal demos, presentations and discussions about cool Eclipse projects, ranging from research prototypes to fully-featured open-source and commercial offerings. Each presentation should be 20 minutes + 5 minutes of questions, doing the transition with next presentation. If you want to make something shorter, then we'll plan quickies (5 minutes). This tentative agenda is subject to change depending on the proposed talks.

Time Activity
9h30 Introduction, event, sponsors, who you are
10h Talk 1 (TBD)
10h30 Talk 2 (TBD)
11h Coffee break and chat
11h15 Talk 3 (TBD)
11h45 Talk 4 (TBD)
12h15 Talk 5 (TBD)
12h45 Lunch and chat
14h 8 quickies (TBD)
14h40 Talk 6 (TBD)
15h10 Coffee break and chat
15h25 Talk 7 (TBD)
15h55 Talk 8 (TBD)
16h25 Talk 9 (TBD)
16h55 Code together: need help on a piece of code, on a project, to contribute your first patch ot an Eclipse-related project ? Let's work all together to make progress together!

Proposed talks

Submissions and deadline

You can submit simply by adding a paragraph there (please respect follow title conventions so we can easy use the page outline). We are looking for talks that show:

  • Cool stuff in Eclipse (Eclipse insight)
  • Cool stuff with Eclipse (how you use Eclipse)
  • Cool stuff for Eclipse (what plugins you develop)

All technologies/projects/organizations/... are good for a presentation, while it relates to Eclipse. Good topics of presentations can either be: innovative projects, new technologies, best practices with Eclipse IDE, showcase of a nice RCP application...

You proposal should also includes the possible formats. You can select either one, or both of them if you talk can suit to both standard and quicky format.

  • Standard talk (20 minutes of presentation + 5 minutes of questions)
  • Quicky (5 minutes to use as you want)

Note that as the schedule is quite tight, we can't allow any talks to be longer than announced. So make sure your presentation fits in the timeframe! It's better to make something shorter and have more time for questions than having something too long that you can't finish.

A speaker is allowed to present several talks. Presentations my be submitted either in French or in English.

Maximize cost/value rate of your Eclipse tests with SWTBot test recorder
By Mickael Istria
Category Cool stuff for Eclipse
Fornat Standard or quicky
Abstract SWTBot recently integrated a test recorder and generator that speeds up the process of developing a functional test. This will be a quick demo.
XText : an example of modelling with respect to a legacy application
By T Jacquin
Category Cool stuff with Eclipse
Abstract There are easy ways in XText for linking a model with applicative java structures such as classes, methods or attributes. Few slides / short demo ?
Open Innovation @ Eclipse, extending the ecosystem to embrace new technology domains
By G Blondelle
Category Cool stuff with Eclipse or Eclipse ecosystem
Abstract After a short reminder of the Eclipse Foundation story, I give the vision of Eclipse hosting new technologies in the domain of Embedded Systems, Location aware software, m2m, ... This move extends the Eclipse ecosystem beyond its natural borders and opens new opportunities for the community.
Dataflow programming
By X Raynaud
Category Cool stuff with Eclipse
Format Quicky
Abstract This presentation may be split in two parts: (1) Dataflow programming requires support of a new C-like language in eclipse: difficulties and achievements. (2) Visualization and profiling of a dataflow application, focusing on Eclipse technologies used.
Trace and Monitoring Framework - a concrete usage for multicore application
By X Raynaud
Category Cool stuff with Eclipse
Format Quicky
Abstract Tracing and Monitoring Framework (TMF) started as a collection of Eclipse plugins to analyze LTTng traces. Since then, it has evolved into a generic trace analysis framework. The presentation will provides an overview of the framework, as well as a concrete usage of this framework for embedded multicore applications.
Building Eclipse Plug-ins and RCP Applications with Tycho
By Xavier Raynaud, or somebody else if any volunteer (Werner Keil: we migrated project UOMo to Tycho, happy to share experience at least as co-speaker)
Category Cool stuff for Eclipse
Format To be discussed
Abstract Tycho is a maven extension for building Eclipse artifacts (plug-ins, products, update-sites...). Idea is to exchange around this practice, perhaps using http://www.eclipsecon.org/2013/sessions/building-eclipse-plug-ins-and-rcp-applications-tycho
M4M 2 the Rescue of M2M
By Werner Keil
Category Cool stuff for Eclipse
Format Standard Talk
Abstract Measure 4 Measure to the Rescue of M2M. Based on earlier DemoCamp/Stammtisch talks from Zurich to Trondheim http://de.slideshare.net/keilw/m4m-2-the-rescue-of-m2m
Triple'E class DevOps with Hudson, Maven, Kokki, Multiconf & PyDev
By Werner Keil
Category Cool stuff with Eclipse
Format Quickie
Abstract How to use Eclipse technologies like Hudson or PyDev in a large scale DevOps Toolchain alongside Python and Python-based frameworks
ETCS - Grande Vitesse with Eclipse
By Werner Keil
Category Cool stuff with Eclipse
Format Quickie
Abstract An High Speed overview of ETCS (European Train Control System) standards, the OpenETCS initiative and where they use Eclipse

Who Is Attending

Please add your name to this list if you attend the Eclipse Day. There are only 50 seats available, so people registers after the 50 seats are taken will be on waiting-list. Insciption is mandatory. Attendees will required to confirm their presence a few days before the event.

  1. Mickael Istria, JBoss by Red Hat (mistria@redhat.com)
  2. Miguel Santana, STMicroelectronics (miguel.santana@st.com)
  3. Christelle Burguera, STMicroelectronics (christelle.burguera@st.com)
  4. Xavier Raynaud, Kalray (xavier.raynaud@kalray.eu)
  5. Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation (gael.blondelle@eclipse.org)
  6. Thierry Jacquin, Xerox Research (jacquin@xrce.xerox.com)
  7. Adrian Mos, Xerox Research (adrian.mos@xerox.com)
  8. Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies / Thales (werner@catmedia.us)
  9. ...


Eclipse DemoCamp Grenoble is a Green event. If you plan to use your car to go to this event, and have some seats to share, please add you to this list:

Driver Departure from Seats
John Doe Minatec ou Gare
  1. Joe
  2. Jack
  3. ...
  4. ...

After the conference

To be filled later


  • Twitter: Follow @EclipseGre for more news about Eclipse-related news in Grenoble and its area.
  • Mailing-list: Organizers can also be reached on the france-ec mailing-list. Feel free to come to ask questions, make suggestions, anything...