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Eclipse DemoCamps Kepler 2013/Vienna

Eclipse DemoCamp Old.jpg    DCV8 (Eclipse DemoCamp Vienna #8)
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   (Our History: 2012 - Juno - 2011 - Indigo - 2010 - Helios - 2009)

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Conference Center NINETEEN/Business Base NINETEEN (Google Maps)
Mooslackengasse 17, 1190 Wien (U4 Heiligenstadt)

Download the HowToGetThere.pdf (from last year but location is the same).

Date and Time

June 28th, 2013
15:30 - 21:30

Platin Sponsor

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If your company is willing to co-sponsor this event, please contact Peter Kofler.




15:30 - 16:00: "warm up"/introduction
16:00 - 17:30: presentations
17:30 - 18:00: break
18:00 - 19:30: presentations
19:30 - 20:00: break
20:00 - 21:30: presentations
21:30 - 23:00: "cool down" in the lounge


Presentations will be in German. If you would like to present at this event, please send an email to Peter Kofler. All slots are full.

  1. Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies - "DevOps der Triple-E Klasse mit Hudson, Kokki, Multiconf, Maven & PyDev"
  2. Jochen Krause, Eclipse Source - "Highly Interactive Mobile Apps based on RAP and Tabris"
  3. Sponsor Time
  4. Stefan Milchram, AMOS AT - "RAP-Projekt"
  5. Tom Schindl - "XtendFX - How to team up Xtend and JavaFX to write UIs in less code"
  6. Rafael Cordones - "BPM and the Eclipse Ecosystem" (Talk will be in English) (Slides)
  7. Florian Pirchner - "Basics about OSGi-Config Admin"

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending please add your name and company to the list below. If you have any trouble with the wiki, just send an email to Peter Kofler.

  1. Peter Kofler,
  2. Florian Pirchner, profile
  3. Michael Horvath, agent°ex
  4. Tom Schindl,
  5. Stefan Milchram, AMOS AT
  6. Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies
  7. Rafael Cordones,
  8. Jochen Krause
  9. Thomas Pummer, ZID Universität Wien
  10. René Jahn, SIB Visions
  11. René Brandstetter
  12. Andreas Fischl
  13. Alexej Strelzow
  14. Petra Bierleutgeb, website
  15. Peter Brachwitz, @p_brc
  16. Lennard Riebandt
  17. Alexander Daniel, @lachdrache
  18. Andreas Kabus
  19. Görge Albrecht,
  20. Markus Mitterauer, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  21. Robert Bachmann @robertbachmann
  22. Robert Handschmann
  23. Benjamin Cody, iteratec
  24. Andreas Erber, iteratec
  25. Stefan Weiser, AMOS AT
  26. Michael Halwax, AMOS AT
  27. Christian Kloner, AMOS AT
  28. Helmut Frohner, AMOS AT
  29. Claus Polanka
  30. Fabio Leimgruber
  31. Maximilian Weißböck
  32. Hannes Pach, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  33. Gerald Bauer, TreeCalc Project
  34. Andreas Lechner
  35. Wolfgang Rieger
  36. Sebastian Dietrich, managing java
  37. Gerhard Hager, SmartStream Technologies
  38. Marcus Vitek
  39. Jürgen Kofler,
  40. Samuel Imriska, Agfa Healthcare
  41. Michael Hanzl, Agfa Healthcare
  42. Harald Reingruber, Agfa Healthcare
  43. Jakob Spörk, Agfa Healthcare
  44. Hermann Czedik-Eysenberg, Agfa Healthcare
  45. Bernhard Ableitinger, Agfa Healthcare
  46. Martin Lackner
  47. Andreas Hochleitner
  48. Philip Graf, Zühlke Engineering GmbH
  49. Clemens Punzengruber
  50. Thomas Muhm
  51. Lukas Forster
  52. Georg Nepp, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  53. Martin Ehrnhoefer
  54. Kilian Matt


More than 50 people were attending. Thank you all for making it such a great evening. We'll see each other again in November. To keep updated about that, follow us on Twitter.

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