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Eclipse DemoCamps Galileo 2009/Darmstadt

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The show is over ...

The Demo Camp was a great success. We had 9 cool demos, almost 100 attendees, a nice BBQ with good discussions between participants. It was really great fun to meet all here in Darmstadt.

A special thanks to all demo'ers: You all had a perfect time management, so we have been through with the demos time ahead. And: it was a demo camp with only few slides, and most of time demoing cool stuffy.

Please stay tunded at this wiki site, for links to photos, videos and slides.

Location and Date

This Demo Camp will be sponsored by Developer Garden, the developer portal of Deutsche Telekom AG.

Deutsche Telekom AG
Products & Innovation
T-Online-Allee 1
64295 Darmstadt

Date: Tuesday, June 23 2009, 17:00 - 20:30

Find location in Google Maps Note: If you have been registered, there will be a free parking available for you. Follow the visitors path, tell your name and use visitor parking areas.

The demo camp will be located in our Forum, which is directly at main entrance to the building and registration desk.

New: The Eclipse Stammtisch has been replaced by a Get-Together BBQ after the Demo Camp in the same building. So no driving between "work" and "fun" is required. You don't have to register. Just stay after the demos for beer, sausages and some chatting.

For Bloggers and Users of Twitter, Flickr, etc.

In case you plan to blog or tweet about the Eclipse Demo Camp in Darmstadt, please use the tag "#democampdarmstadt" in order to make it easier to find all the comments and pictures via sites like @eventtrack. Thanks a lot for helping to promote the event!

Hint: how to register

You can add yourself to the list of presenters, attendees by modifying the corresponding section of this page. For that you need an Eclipse Bugzilla Account.

The easiest way to get such an account is to click on the "log in" link in the upper right corner of the DemoCamp Wiki page and follow the instructions to create a new Bugzilla account. Or go directly to [1]. Once you have your account (e-mail address + password), you can log in (again: upper right corner). Returning to the Demo Camp page, you will find [edit] links for each section (to the right of the section header) which allow you to add yourself to the respective list.

For Telekom employees: You can send an email to Jochen Hiller or Gerhard Halfwassen to register.


Jochen Hiller (Deutsche Telekom AG)
Peter Bruhn (Deutsche Telekom AG)
Gerhard Halfwassen (Deutsche Telekom AG)


The final agenda is now ready. It is a tough agenda with lots of interesting topics and speakers. We hope you can enjoy the demos.

  1. 17:00 - 17:10 Thomas Mörsdorf (Senior Vice President Technology Management, Deutsche Telekom AG): Welcome
  2. 17:10 - 17:25 Achim Demelt (eXXcellent solutions gmbh): Modeling is fun!
  3. 17:30 - 17:45 Marcel Bruch (TU Darmstadt): Eclipse Code Recommenders -- How much can the IDE predict what you will write in the next seconds? Project Homepage
  4. 17:50 - 18:05 Horst Hermanns (Deutsche Telekom AG): Extending Subclipse -- Enhanced Branch-/Merge-Strategy.
  5. 18:10 - 18:25 Andreas Buchen (SAP AG): MAT - Eclipse Memory Analyzer
  6. 18:10 - 18:25 Michael Scharf (Wind River): A new View on Tables -- a flexible framework to show tabular data in SWT Tables and Trees (I have to present a scrum sprint demo that moved form Monday to Tuesday...)
  7. 18:25 - 18:55 Break
  8. 18:55 - 19:10 Mica J. Block (BIRT Exchange): Building Data Driven Reports for Eclipse-based Applications
  9. 19:15 - 19:30 Frank Gerhardt, Jochen Hiller (Deutsche Telekom AG): Dynamic OSGi application using Equinox
  10. 19:35 - 19:50 Gunnar Wagenknecht (AGETO): Equinox on Servers - An introduction to the Eclipse Gyrex project
  11. 19:35 - 19:50 James Branigan (Band XI International): Using OSGi and Equinox for Construction, Mining and Industrial applications.
  12. 19:55 - 20:10 Elmar Eperiesi-Beck (CORISECIO): secRT -- Equinox based SOA Security Framework - a future Eclipse Project
  13. 20:15 - 20:30 Oliver Wolf (Sopera GmbH): Eclipse Swordfish -- an Open Source SOA Runtime Framework for the Enterprise
  14. 20:30 - 22:00 Get-Together BBQ

Who Is Attending

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

  1. Jochen Hiller, Deutsche Telekom
  2. Lars Vogel Date does not work for me
  3. Achim Demelt, eXXcellent solutions gmbh
  4. Frank Gerhardt
  5. Oliver Wolf, Sopera GmbH
  6. Marcel Bruch, Software Technology Group @ TU Darmstadt
  7. Erik Vonderheid, Prostep AG
  8. Bastian Baist, Prostep AG / h_da
  9. Alexander Degenstein, Prostep AG / h_da
  10. Gabriel Weis, Deutsche Telekom
  11. Claus Winter, Deutsche Telekom
  12. Ion Gherasim [2]
  13. Erik Meißner, Prostep AG
  14. Thomas Fischer, Seitenbau GmbH
  15. Stefan Eichenhofer, Seitenbau GmbH
  16. Jörn Hameister, Prostep AG
  17. Horst Hermanns, Deutsche Telekom AG
  18. James Branigan, Band XI International
  19. Brett Hackleman, Band XI International
  20. John Cunningham, Band XI International
  21. Elmar Eperiesi-Beck, CORISECIO GmbH
  22. Bruno Quint, CORISECIO GmbH cancelled due to other appointments
  23. Gunnar Wagenknecht, AGETO
  24. Michael Bock, Odisys GmbH
  25. Johann Hofmann, SAP AG
  26. Michael Mühlberg, SAP AG
  27. Michael Scharf, Wind River
  28. Sierk Schmittner, Capgemini sd&m AG cancelled due to other appointments
  29. Christian Osterburg Odisys GmbH
  30. Frank Zimmer SYRACOM AG
  31. Christian Stuebner SYRACOM AG
  32. Johannes Leebmann
  33. Jeremy Peel, Jeremy Peel, FOSSLC
  34. Martin Funk
  35. Gerd Aschemann
  36. Jürgen Kilian
  37. Ferenc Hechler
  38. Jamal Tikniouine, Sogeti Deutschland GmbH
  39. Dr. Martin Skorsky Software AG
  40. Karl Martin Kern, Seitenbau GmbH cancelled due to rescheduled appointments :-(
  41. Bernd Kolb, SAP AG
  42. Nuno Morgadinho
  43. Joerg Bullmann, Heilan' Coo
  44. Ana Aires
  45. Ralf Hammen, InteRes GmbH
  46. Christof Wildermuth, SAP AG
  47. Mehmet Erdogan, Prostep AG
  48. Stefan Hunsicker, Prostep AG
  49. Alessandra Nanni, Terma
  50. Klaus Pinkert, Deutsche Telekom AG
  51. Torsten Lodderstedt SYRACOM AG
  52. Jochen Liebau, Deutsche Telekom
  53. Andreas Teuber, TUD student
  54. Frank Appel, Heiler Software AG
  55. Johannes Feulner, fun communications
  56. Elmar Boos, Deutsche Telekom AG
  57. Sebastian Ebling, Deutsche Telekom AG
  58. Susan Iwai, EclipseSource
  59. Frank Jergl, Jergl Consulting
  60. Andreas Kasten, Deutsche Telekom AG
  61. Thomas Mauerhoff
  62. Michael Plevnik, Deutsche Telekom AG
  63. Olaf Schmitz, SCOOP Software GmbH
  64. Holger Schönemann, Solvatis GmbH
  65. Dirk Schnelle-Walka, JVoiceXML
  66. Andreas Flick, Deutsche Telekom AG
  67. Dietmar Schmidt
  68. Thomas Link
  69. Lothar Wieske, DB Systel GmbH
  70. Marco Ribke, Ribke Consulting
  71. Alexander Lang
  72. Zeljko Kovacevic
  73. Anton Taborszky
  74. Andreas Zieringer, VREC GmbH
  75. Thomas Johannsen, Odisys GmbH
  76. Erik Neumann
  77. Haralambie Dumistracel, media transfer AG
  78. Tim Jagenberg, Department of Computer Integrated Design @ TU Darmstadt
  79. Moritz Heuser, ABB AG
  80. Karsten Schmidt, SAP AG
  81. Mica J. Block, BIRT Exchange
  82. Birgit Küsel, Actuate
  83. Mathilde Reckert, Actuate
  84. Thomas Hohmann, Actuate
  85. Hamid Borna, Actuate
  86. Frank Michahelles, Actuate
  87. Katharina Streater, Actuate
  88. Enrico Schenk, Ingres Germany GmbH
  89. Vasile Bucur, Viamedici GmbH
  90. Bruckmann Klaus, FIDUCIA IT AG
  91. Martin Jung, SYRACOM AG
  92. Anke Kemmer, SYRACOM AG
  93. Kai Moritz, Deutsche Telekom AG
  94. Sebastian Fastner, consulting
  95. Farischta Mangal, Deutsche Telekom AG
  96. Gerald Eichler, Deutsche Telekom AG Laboratories
  97. Dirk Jansen, Deutsche Telekom AG Laboratories
  98. Kashif Shah, Odisys GmbH
  99. Maik Görtz, TUD, Computer Science Student
  100. Johannes Lerch, TUD Computer Science Student
  101. Steffen Remus, TUD Computer Science Student
  102. Sebastian Kasten, TUD Computer Science Student
  103. Yann Karl, TUD Computer Science Student
  104. Klaus Mandola, verit Informationssysteme GmbH
  105. Verena Ebling, pawisda systems GmbH
  106. Dirk Jacob, fun communications GmbH
  107. Dietmar Schnabel
  108. Benjamin Jung cancelled due to other appointment
  109. Udo Hafermann, Software AG
  110. Christian Mohr, SAP AG
  111. Boris Gruschko, SAP AG
  112. Alexander Shtark, Deutsche Telekom AG
  113. Nadja Outmani, Software & Support Verlag
  114. Jörg Connotte, Business Operation Systems
  115. Jens Hertweck, SAP AG
  116. Hartmut Schlosser, Software & Support Verlag
  117. Lukas Mrokon, TUD
  118. Thilo Hagedorn, Deutsche Telekom AG

Eclipse Stammtisch

The Eclipse Stammtisch has been replaced by a Get-Together BBQ after the Demo Camp in the same building. No registration is required

Please register here if you intend to join the Eclipse Stammtisch. Deutsche Telekom will arrange a location in Darmstadt which can be reached by foot.

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