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Eclipse DemoCamps November 2011/Kaiserslautern


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Aula of the IT-Campus, Europaallee 10, 67657 Kaiserslautern, Germany


Date and Time

24th of November 2011, starting at 16:00

To give everybody a chance to present their projects, we are limiting the presentations to 15 minutes. The timetable is available here: Media:TimetableDemoCampKaiserslautern2011.pdf.

As compensation for the short timespan, we are offering space for all participants to set up a laptop and to answer any further questions after the main presentation. This way, all visitors can talk in-depth about the themes that particularly interest them.

This will take place in a casual atmosphere with Pfälzer Bufett and home-brewed beer.

We have one more request to all participants: In order to have enough food and drink for everyone, it is important that we know how many people want to come. Therefore, if you haven't registered, or if you are bringing extra people, please let us know.

We are looking forward to a great evening with you.


  • 07.11.2011: Submission of suggestions for presentations (i.e. make entry in this wiki, preferably together with a 3-7 sentence abstract.)
  • 14.11.2011: Selection of submissions
  • 22.11.2011: Suggest demonstrators




If you would like to present at the DemoCamp, please feel free to add your name and topic to the list. Depending on the number of people interested we may have to limit the number of presenters and time of each demo.

  • Igor Novakovic:SMILA 0.9: Ready for big business
    Since the new handling of asynchronous workflows has been introduced and all major interfaces got the REST layer in release 0.9, SMILA is now really ready for "the big business" which means handling huge data processing in optimal way by bulking data and offering horizontal and vertical scale-up. The REST APIs also enable easy and performant way of integrating components not written in Java and external systems.

  • Dino Coppola: Continuous Requirements Engineering with Eclipse
    Tested methods from software development in the area of requirements management can also be realized using Eclipse. Concepts like division of information from representation using models,
    revision-safe versioning through use of SVN/CVS, distributed work on the same specifications, integration of third party components like continuous integration and automatic generation of diagrams will be shown in a practical example using the requirements management tool doxo.

  • Patrick Reilly, Tobias Schmitt: Embedding Mylyn Connectors in Web-Applications
    Using Eclipse-Mylyn, it is possible to use a consistent API to connect all issue management systems or bug trackers which have a Mylyn connector.
    Although developed for the Eclipse Workbench, Eclipse-Mylyn is deployable in other applications. We will show which changes were necessary in our experience and what to look out for when integrating Eclipse-Mylyn in a web application.

  • Malte Brunnlieb, Philipp Diebold, Thilo Rauch, Peter Reuter: AgileReview – Efficiently reviewing code using the eclipse IDE
    Today, especially in the context of agile software development, code reviews become more and more important. Current state of practice of code reviews requires switching between the code and other review tools (e.g. spreadsheets). In order to increase the efficiency of the reviewing processes, AgileReview was developed. The AgileReview plug-in allows direct reviewing and commenting of source code in eclipse. The still ongoing project focuses on usability aspects like easy-to-learn and easy-to-use as well as technical aspects like robustness against code refactoring.

  • Werner Keil: UOMo - Typesafe Units of Measurements and its Usage for Open Data
    Developers who work with physical quantities (such as developers in the scientific, engineering, medical, and manufacturing domains) need to be able to handle measurements of these quantities in their programs.
    Inadequate models of physical measurements can lead to significant programmatic errors. In particular, the practice of modeling a measure as a simple number with no regard to the units it represents creates fragile code. Another developer or another part of the code may misinterpret the number as representing a different unit of measurement.For example, it may be unclear whether a person's weight is expressed in pounds, kilograms, or stones.

  • Klaus Mandola: Testing Cloud based Services with Eclipse TPTP
    This demonstration shows examples on how to leverage the TPTP framework to deploy, trigger and run tests from remote locations and therefore overcome restrictions usually found in cloud based application scenarios when performing tests."

  • Steffen Pingel: Pimp your productivity with Git, Gerrit, Hudson and Mylyn
    For tasks, Mylyn already streamlines workflow by providing first-class integration with the IDE. The recent Mylyn project restructuring now enables the same integrated workflows for code reviews, builds and version control systems like Git. We will show how the tools available in the Mylyn project work together to seamlessly integrate development artifacts in Eclipse and provide traceability all the way from the requirement to the final merge into the production branch.

  • Holger Staudacher: Dynamic Web Applications with RAP and OSGi
    The Rich Ajax Platform (RAP) is an open source web framework run by the Eclipse project. It contains a powerful SWT compatible widget toolkit that allows developing desktop- and webclients from a single code base. While previous versions had been focused on the Equinox world the widget toolkit opens up to the OSGi standard. With the current development stream, RAP integrates seamlessly with the OSGi service platform. This allows to start separate RAP applications in a single process and to add UI contributions dynamically to those applications. In this talk I will give an overview of the technical concepts and show how these technologies can be used to build dynamic web applications.

  • Dominik Pabst, Thomas Breitbach, Matthias Schmarewski, Sonja Krauß: WHOW - What's hot on Whow: Twitter Ranking realized with SMILA
    Whow is a webplatform, which refers its data from a tweetranking. The webapplication follows a certain number of twitterers (based on data from an external application) and evaluate their tweets according to relevance. This produces a ranking of the hottest news at the moment, which also can be personalized. By a theme explorer the user can add more interesting topics and travel back in time per timeline.
    All this has been realized in the backend using SMILA.

Please note: All presentations will be held in German


You created an nice application with eclipse software and show it to others? Just bring your own device and present it at the Demo Camp. Please let us know here what you like to show.

  • Werner Keil, Christian Thöns / The Spatio-Temporal Epidemiological Modeler (STEM) is an Eclipse based RCP for modeling the global spread of infectious disease. STEM started in the Eclipse Open Healthcare Framework and was recently promoted as a top level Eclipse Technology project ( designed to allow global collaboration on the development of infectious disease models.

Who Is Attending

Please add yourself to this list if you are going to attend this DemoCamp.

  1. Ralph Traphöner, Attensity Europe GmbH
  2. Igor Novakovic, Attensity Europe GmbH
  3. Björn Decker, Attensity Europe GmbH
  4. Torsten Stolpmann, verit Informationssysteme GmbH
  5. Claudia Könnecke, verit Informationssysteme GmbH
  6. Andreas Weber, Attensity Europe GmbH, SMILA
  7. Peter Reuter, AgileReview
  8. Thilo Rauch, AgileReview
  9. Malte Brunnlieb, AgileReview
  10. Philipp Diebold, AgileReview
  11. Jürgen Schumacher, Attensity Europe GmbH, SMILA
  12. Andreas Schank, Attensity Europe GmbH, SMILA
  13. Luc Müller, I·T·YOU· Ingenieurbüro für E-Business
  14. Selcuk Akgünlü, I·T·YOU· Ingenieurbüro für E-Business
  15. Tobias Schmitt, verit Informationssysteme GmbH
  16. Patrick Reilly, verit Informationssysteme GmbH
  17. Markus Kopka, Heiler Software AG
  18. Dino Coppola, Software Ingenieurdienstleistungen
  19. Alexander Knecht, knecht-IT - Architektur. Entwicklung. Beratung.
  20. Matthias Dohn, Attensity Europe GmbH
  21. Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies
  22. Stephan Hochdörfer, bitExpert AG
  23. Ralph Müller, Eclipse Foundation
  24. Eric Andre, omeco GmbH
  25. Christian Thöns, Eclipse Committer STEM
  26. Klaus Mandola, verit Informationssysteme GmbH
  27. Heiner Westphal, verit Informationssysteme GmbH
  28. Andreas Schlichting, Software Technologie Initiative e.V.
  29. Askold Zimmermann, Keyshift Inc.
  30. Markus Knittig
  31. Dominik Pabst, Attensity Europe GmbH
  32. Thomas Breitbach, Attensity Europe GmbH
  33. Matthias Schmarewski, Attensity Europe GmbH
  34. Sonja Krauß, Attensity Europe GmbH
  35. Torsten Bur, proALPHA Software AG
  36. Katrin Lambertus, Attensity Europe GmbH
  37. Daniel Stucky, Attensity Europe GmbH
  38. Markus Klinck, Netbiscuits GmbH
  39. Stefan Zeller, Netbiscuits GmbH
  40. Manfred Hornberger, Netbiscuits GmbH
  41. Steffen Pingel, Tasktop Technologies
  42. Anna Hunecke, TOPdesk Deutschland GmbH
  43. Martin Krüger, TOPdesk Deutschland GmbH
  44. Jessica Pfeifer, TOPdesk Deutschland GmbH
  45. Vitali Baumtrok, Fachhochschule Kaiserslautern
  46. Udo Walker, ABAS Software AG
  47. Ronny Händel, ABAS Software AG
  48. Thilo Mack, ABAS Software AG
  49. Markus Knauer, EclipseSource
  50. Kerstin Bach, DFKI

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