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Revision as of 04:31, 24 November 2007

What is an Eclipse DemoCamp?

Contents

Location

Sofia, Bulgaria
University of Sofia, 15 Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd., French center
How to get there?

Date and Time

November 24, 2007
13:00

Organizer

Kaloyan Raev, SAP Labs Bulgaria

Sponsors

Eclipse logo.png Linuxbg logo.png Sap logo.png
Eclipse Foundation Linux for Bulgarians SAP Labs Bulgaria

Program

Linux BG Topic

Time Presenter Session Title
13:00 - 14:00 Dimitar Popov Virtualization with Linux

Eclipse DemoCamp Sofia

Time Presenter Session Title
14:00 - 14:10 Kaloyan Raev Opening
14:10 - 14:40 Blagovest Buyukliev Eclipse as an environment for RIA development with Adobe Flex
14:40 - 15:10 Kiril Mitov Refactor your Code
15:10 - 15:40 Kaloyan Raev Developing PHP-based Web applications
15:40 - 16:10 Danail Nachev / Radoslav Gerganov eRCP in Action
16:10 - 16:40 Kiril Mitov Dive deeply in your code with Eclipse Debugging
16:40 - 17:10 Kaloyan Raev Developing Java-based Web applications
17:10 - 17:40 Boris Starchev Experience in using open development platform Eclipse and Rich Client Platform (RCP) as mean of learning
17:40 - 18:10 Kaloyan Raev / Kiril Mitov Panel: "Can Eclipse do this?" - audience's requests for blitz demos
18:10 - 18:20 Kaloyan Raev Closure

Note: Each demo will continue maximum 15 minutes. The rest of the 30-minutes time slot will be used for setup, Q & A and a short break.

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. Kaloyan Raev, SAP Labs Bulgaria
  2. Kiril Mitov, SAP Labs Bulgaria
  3. Boris Starchev, Secondary School with the Study of European Languages, "St. Constantine Cyril the Philosopher”, Ruse, bstarchev@ru.acad.bg
  4. Blagovest Buyukliev, University of Ruse
  5. Lubomir Chorbadjiev, Technological School "Electronic Systems", Technical University, Sofia
  6. Nenko Tabakov, Technical University, Sofia
  7. Pavel Natov, Bianor Services
  8. Alexander Monev, Antipodes ltd - SAP Labs Bulgaria
  9. Stefan Buynov, Bianor Services
  10. Anislav Atanasov, Musala Soft
  11. Svetoslav Kapralov, Ailiak Solutions
  12. Alexander Iliev, Student in Secondary School with the study of European Languages, Ruse
  13. Johana Doseva, Student in Secondary School with the study of European Languages, Ruse
  14. Maya Malakova, Musala Soft
  15. Lilia Milanova, Musala Soft
  16. Vladimir Nikolov, Musala Soft
  17. Hristo Kostov, Musala Soft
  18. Emil Alkalay, Musala Soft
  19. Nikolay Alexiev, ITSS
  20. Vladimir Tsanev
  21. Kostadin Valkanov, Musala Soft
  22. Stoyan Minchev, Stoy Ltd.
  23. Stanislav Petrov, Stoy Ltd.
  24. Plamen Manov
  25. Branimir Borisov, Devision Ltd.
  26. Hristo Proynov, Devision Ltd.
  27. Petar Nelkov, Devision Ltd.
  28. Julian Popov
  29. Nikolay Angelov
  30. Tsvetelina Georgieva
  31. Georgi Darakiev, Musala Soft
  32. Nikola Stoyanov
  33. Radoslav Gerganov, ProSyst Labs
  34. Teodor Todorov, ProSyst Labs
  35. Alexander Petkov, ProSyst Labs
  36. Danail Nachev, ProSyst Labs
  37. Dilyan Dokov, ProSyst Labs
  38. Tsvetan Nachev, ProSyst Labs
  39. Ivo Mitov
  40. Aleksandar Yordanov
  41. Stefan Petrov, SAP Labs Bulgaria
  42. Desislava Petkova, SAP Labs Bulgaria
  43. Vasil Stefanov, Mobiltel Ltd.
  44. Боян Ватев
  45. Atanas Todorov
  46. Evgeni Petrov, Musala Soft
  47. Kiril Dimitrov
  48. Ivan Davidov, Tumbleweed Communications
  49. Martin Valkanov, eBG.bg
  50. Nikolay Todorov, VMWare
  51. Rositsa Lazova, Tumbleweed Communications
  52. Stoil Valchkov, Seeburger
  53. Trifon Trifonov, D3 Soft


just one suggestion it will be great if presenters give table of content