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'''Folk Directions''': The link above can provide official directions but for those who like the old fashion type: 
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Thank you all for making this a great DemoCampWe had over 45 people and 8 excellent demonstrations.
Take the Durham Freeway north to exit 14 (Swift).  Make a right at the end of the rampThis is Broad Street. The Broad Street Cafe is about .8 of a mile on the right. You will go through 4 stop lights and pass various things such as Duke Campus, Dollar General and a the Green Room.
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If you get to Club Blvd you have passed it, but never fear, a right turn onto Club and your first right will get you to their parking lot. 
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If you get to Guess Road you have gone way too far.  Turn around in the Rite Aid and try again!
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Parking is plentiful on both sides of The Broad Street Cafe, as well as the street.
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See you there!!
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Latest revision as of 17:25, 6 October 2008

Eclipse-camp.gif What is an Eclipse DemoCamp?

Location

The Broad Street Cafe, 1116 Broad Street, Durham, NC 27705 A short 10 minute drive from RTP: http://www.thebroadstreetcafe.com/

Thank you all for making this a great DemoCamp. We had over 45 people and 8 excellent demonstrations.

Date and Time

December 4, 2007 6:00pm to 8:00pm EST

Organizers

Ginny Ghezzo, IBM Corporation (Want to help? Contact me at: ginnyb at us dot ibm dot com)

Presenters

NOTE: We are no longer accepting additional presenters for the 2007 RTP Eclipse DemoCamp. Presentations will be limited to 8 minutes and questions\follow-ups will be encouraged after the demonstrations.

  • Lee Surprenant and Randy Carroll, SODA/Stepstone (a subproject of Eclipse OHF)
  • Neil Hauge, Dali JPA Tools (a subproject of Eclipse WTP)
  • Simon Archer, Service Activator Toolkit (a small part of Eclipse OHF)
  • Brett Hackleman, Cyrano Sensor Fusion Platform (commercial project based on Eclipse, Equinox, SAT, OHF)
  • Ritchie Schacher and Kristen Balhoff, The Jazz Project: Team Collaboration Platform, http://jazz.net/
  • Larry Isaacs, SAS AppDev Studio Eclipse Plug-ins (commercial product based on Eclipse and WTP)
  • Paul VanderLei, Toast: Telematics-on-a-stick (a vehicle telematics example application for OSGi/Equinox)
  • Sarah Heckman and Stephen Thomas, AWARE Eclipse Plug-in (automated in-process ranking of static analysis alerts)

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending please add your name to the list below. We'd like to see as many people show up as possible.

  1. Ginny Ghezzo, IBM Corporation
  2. David Williams, IBM, Eclipse WTP Project
  3. Lee Surprenant
  4. Randy Carroll
  5. Neil Hauge, Oracle, Eclipse WTP - JPA Tools
  6. Olivier Singla, Signal Innovations Group
  7. Pat Huff, IBM Corporation
  8. Eleni Binopolus Rundle, IBM Corporation
  9. Chris Church, Effician Inc.
  10. Brett Hackleman, Band XI International
  11. John Cunningham, Band XI International
  12. Patrick Dempsey, Band XI International
  13. Jim Mickelson, IBM
  14. Kristen Balhoff, IBM
  15. Larry Isaacs, SAS Institute Inc., Eclipse WTP - Server Tools
  16. Simon Archer, Eclipse OHF Committer and OSGi enthusiast
  17. Naren, GSK
  18. Kristen James Eberlein, Systems Documentation, Inc.
  19. Jonathan Rippy
  20. Nitin Dahyabhai, IBM Rational, Eclipse WTP - Source Editors
  21. Bhanu S Tanty
  22. Dean Atchley, Duke
  23. Jason Grosland, Duke
  24. Scott Pumer, Duke
  25. Jim Balhoff, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
  26. Brian Vosburgh, Oracle, Eclipse WTP - JPA Tools
  27. Patrick Mueller, IBM WebSphere
  28. Ed Savage
  29. Samir Jain, Allscripts
  30. Owen Astrachan, Duke
  31. Paul VanderLei, IBM
  32. Andy Smith, IBM
  33. Paul Fullbright, Oracle, Eclipse WTP - JPA Tools
  34. Stephen Thomas, NCSU
  35. Sarah Heckman, NCSU and IBM
  36. Ritchie Schacher, IBM Corporation, Rational
  37. Dawn Smith, IBM
  38. Betsy Plunket, IBM
  39. Balaji Krish, IBM
  40. Benson Chen, IBM
  41. Doug Williams, IBM
  42. Valerie Bennett, IBM
  43. Stephen Hinton, IBM
  44. Jeff Duska
  45. Dirk Nicol, IBM
  46. David Huff, Red Hat, Release Engineer
  47. Peter Dimitrios, IBM
  48. Jeanne Hiesel, AHR