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** Real-world experience of using UML (profiles) and other Eclipse modelling technologies to build DSLs
 
** Real-world experience of using UML (profiles) and other Eclipse modelling technologies to build DSLs
 
** How can this experience help to inform the Papyrus roadmap?
 
** How can this experience help to inform the Papyrus roadmap?
** Integration of the C and Java code generators with the UML-RT (papyrus-rt) project
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** Integration of the eTrice C and Java code generators with the UML-RT (papyrus-rt) project
 
** Discussion
 
** Discussion
  

Revision as of 12:42, 20 August 2015

Second Developer Summit on Papyrus and Modeling Technologies at EclipseCon Europe 2015

Join us for a full day Developer Summit and Dinner at EclipseCon Europe 2015 in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
It will be held Tuesday November 3, 2015 and is open to all committers, contributors and interested parties that are registered for EclipseCon. Register for EclipseCon Europe on the ECE website. To register for the Summit, add your name to the Attendee list below.

Developer summits are helping to accelerate the work inside specific Eclipse projects, it is the place to be for design discussions, addressing scalability, resolving complex technical issues, etc. in other words, real developer work! The list of focused projects for this year are:


To help structure the summit, please:

  1. add your name to the attendees section below
  2. add agenda items you would like to see discussed


The below agenda may evolve as proposed topics are added and attendees sign-up.

Sponsors

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Location

Co-located with EclipseCon Europe 2015.
Forum am Schlosspark
Wilhelm-Kramer-Zimmer Room

Agenda

TBD

Attendees

  • Maximilian Koegel, EclipseSource [1]
  • Philip Langer, EclipseSource [2]
  • Thomas Schuetz, PROTOS [3]

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