The Eclipse Finance Day is a great opportunity to learn how financial institutions are using and benefiting from Eclipse and open source software. This 1-day event will be held October 16, 2012 at the UBS offices in Zurich Switzerland. There is no cost to attend, but pre-registration is required.
Eclipse Finance Day will feature two important trends: Model Driven Development and Modernization. Attendees will discover how financial institutions are using Eclipse and learn the current best practices. The event will feature speakers from leading financial institutions, like UBS, Credit Suisse, Swiss Mobilar, Swiss PostFinance and more.
The event is open to everyone working in the financial industry. Priority registration will be given to individuals that are employed by a financial institution.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
8:30am - 5:30pm
NOTE: Some talks will be in English and other talks will be in German
|| Track 1
|| Track 2
| 8:30 -9:00
|| Introduction and Eclipse Update
|| Why Model When You Can Just Program? - Ed Merks
|| What makes an application a "good" application? - Christian Campo
|| Gaining traceability in the world of fragmented Agile ALM stacks - Benjamin Muskalla
|| Coffee Break
|| Usage of ECore+OCL for business modeling in the connection with Excel-based model representation and validation in the Life Insurance business domain - Ilia Louganski, Credit Suisse Trust
|| Experiences from Using EJBs in an Eclipse RCP Application - Markus Hediger, SIX Payment Services
|| Interface Management in a Large Enterprise Robert Blust, UBS
|| Modularization of large projects using Eclipse and OSGi - Marc Hoffman, Swiss Railway
|| Model Drive Tool Chain for a large Swiss Bank - Mario Lovisi (Credit Suisse) and Serano Colameo (itemis Schweiz) GERMAN TALK
|| Managing Eclipse Workplaces in the Enterprise - Dietmar Stoll, itemis Schweiz
|| Business Capability Modeling and EMF Recapitulation and Developments on Business and Tooling side - Christian Meier (UBS), Peter Brunner (NTT Data) & Philipp W. Kutter (Montages)
|| Lessons learned by replace a bank-wide core application with an Eclipse RCP Client and a JEE backend - Nikolaos Kaintantzis, Zuhlke Engineering GERMAN TALK
|| Model-driven development in the context of technical SOA - Michael Rauch & Christoph Gutmann, Swiss Mobiliar
|| One Vision – One Platform; Eclipse als Plattform für die GUI Integration - Remo Lotscher & Christin Spicher, Swiss PostFinance GERMAN TALK
|| Modernizing a large Counter Application during ongoing operation - Dieter Funk (Swiss Post) & Paolo Bazzi (BSI) GERMAN TALK
|| Model-based UI Transformation to Eclipse Scout - Peter Nüdlin (Raiffeisen), Volkert Barr (Raiffeisen), Bob Lojek (IBM), & Stephan Leicht (BSI)
|| Requirements Engineering, Management and Traceability with Eclipse - Jens Trompeter, itemis
|| Generating Web Serices with Xtext based DSL - Frank Baier & Matthias Cullmann, Basler GERMAN TALK
All Session Abstracts
Please register for this event on the Eventbrite page. Priority will be given to individuals that are employed by financial institutions.
There is no parking available. The nearest possible car park is at the Shopping Center Letzipark and cost approx 30.- CHF/day.