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# The Distributed Testing Framework - Luis Alves, Yahoo
# The Distributed Testing Framework - Luis Alves, Yahoo
# How Cell Biosciences uses Eclipse - Ken Swartz & Daniel Coupal, Cell Biosicenes
# How Cell Biosciences uses Eclipse - Ken Swartz & Daniel Coupal, Cell Biosicenes
# Integrating Data Analytics into Applications - Peter Pawlowski, Aster Data
== Attendee Registration  ==
== Attendee Registration  ==

Revision as of 08:45, 20 August 2010


Eclipse Day at the Googleplex is a full day event for developers to learn about different Eclipse projects and related technologies. You are invited to attend and listen as experts from the Eclipse projects and Google share their experiences of using Eclipse. It's also a great opportunity for you to meet and network with other Eclipse enthusiasts. There is no cost to attend, but pre-registration is required. Note that registration is now closed, as of July 26.

This year we are adding an Eclipse Ignite session. For those new to the Ignite format, presenters are given 5 minutes, 20 slides that will automatically change every 15 seconds, on a topic of their choice. If you are interested in presenting at the Ignite session, please send your topic to

Thursday, August 26, 2010
9:00am - 5:00pm
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway
Mountain View, CA

Enter via the lobby of building 43. Parking is available. See Map
Thanks very much to the Google Open Source office for hosting this event.


Time Track 1 - Tunis Room Track 2 - Seville Room
9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-10:00 Introduction - Ian Skerrett (Eclipse Foundation)
10:00-11:00 Android Tools for Eclipse - Xavier Ducrohet (Google) Next Generation Maven Development Stack - Jason van Zyl (Sonatype)
11:00-12:00 What's New in Helios - Wayne Beaton (Eclipse Foundation) Instantiations Eclipse Tools - Eric Clayberg (Instantiations/Google)
12:00-1:30 Lunch and Unconference
1:30-2:00 Eclipse Sequoyah for Android App Developers - Eric Cloninger (Motorola) Eclipse Mylyn: from Stack Trace to Scrum - Mik Kersten (Tasktop)
2:00-2:30 Tools for Mobile Web - Paul Beusterien (Symbian Foundation) Eclipse Linux Tools Project - Andrew Overholt (Red Hat)
2:30-3:00 EMF for GWT - Ed Merks (Cloudsmith) Eclipse 4.0 - Chris Aniszczyk (Red Hat) & Wayne Beaton (Eclipse Foundation)
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:00 Git and Eclipse - Chris Aniszczyk (Red Hat) & Shawn Pearce (Google) Interactive Reporting with Eclipse BIRT - Abhisek Sinha (Actuate)
4:00-5:00 Eclipse Ignite
5:00-6:00 Reception

All Session Abstracts

Eclipse Ignite Sessions

  1. 10 Steps to Contribute to Eclipse - Wayne Beaton, Eclipse Foundation
  2. Java EE 6 Tooling Session with Eclipse - Arun Gupta, Oracle
  3. ConnectSpan Platform - Ashvin Radiya, ConnectSpan & Eclipse University
  4. ReplayDIRECTOR - Jeff Daudel, Replay Solutions
  5. The Distributed Testing Framework - Luis Alves, Yahoo
  6. How Cell Biosciences uses Eclipse - Ken Swartz & Daniel Coupal, Cell Biosicenes
  7. Integrating Data Analytics into Applications - Peter Pawlowski, Aster Data

Attendee Registration

Registration and the waiting list closed on July 26. For questions, contact

Name, Company:

  1. Robert Konigsberg, Google
  2. Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
  3. Chris Aniszczyk, Red Hat
  4. Shawn Pearce, Google
  5. Andrew Overholt, Red Hat
  6. Wayne Beaton, Eclipse Foundation
  7. Ed Merks, Cloudsmith
  8. Paul Beusterien, Symbian Foundation
  9. Vitor Rodrigues, Google
  10. Eric Cloninger, Motorola
  11. Abhisek Sinha, Actuate
  12. Lori Fraleigh, Motorola
  13. Brian Choate, Nimblefish Technologies
  14. Vassili Bykov, Google
  15. Elias Volanakis, EclipseSource
  16. Max Spring, Cisco
  17. Joshua Levine, Cadence Design Systems
  18. Jay Zelitzky, Synopsys
  19. John Panelli, Intuit
  20. Michael Gower, Ariba
  21. Mark Feber,
  22. Chengdong Li, Tradescape
  23. Olaf Schneider, Synopsys
  24. Colin Ho, Research In Motion
  25. Kevin Sawicki, Perforce Software
  26. Adam Taylor, IBM
  27. Scott Kovatch, IBM
  28. Richard Kuo, AT&T Services
  29. Stephen Moon, Perforce Software
  30. Liz Lam, Perforce Software
  31. Felipe Leme, Oracle
  32. Gary Struthers, UC Berkeley
  33. Richard Katz, UC Berkeley
  34. Ivan Sabinin, The Fanfare Group
  35. Adam Bovill, The Fanfare Group
  36. Hien Tran, SJSU
  37. Mik Kersten, Tasktop
  38. Justin Early, eBay
  39. Rafael Alvarez-Horine, Student at San Jose State University
  40. Brian Payton, IBM
  41. Eric Clayberg, Google
  42. Dan Rubel, Google
  43. Eugene Ostroukhov, Symbian
  44. Rob Clevenger, Google
  45. Steve Jin, VMware
  46. David Fung, Symian Development
  47. Maggie Zhang, VMware
  48. Giampiero Caprino, VMware
  49. Dongjun Lee, VMware
  50. Michael Healy, ZZQ
  51. Perry Chow, PCHDesigns
  52. Jason van Zyl, Sonatype
  53. Linda Hartwig
  54. Claire Lee, Cavium
  55. Wen-yao Li, ESRI
  56. Yufen Kuo, MontaVista
  57. Arun Gupta, Oracle
  58. Xavier Ducrohet, Google
  59. Yung-Nien Yang, NexTag
  60. Manish Kumar, Ericsson
  61. Jijoe Vurghese, NexTag
  62. Tom Chavez, ACCESS
  63. Michel Trudeau, Oracle
  64. Alexander Smirnoff, Comcast
  65. Roman Baumgaertner, T-Mobile
  66. Rama Krishna, BMC Software
  67. Dave Dodd, eBay
  68. Satadal Bhattacharjee, LSI
  69. Alexander Pochaev, Aravo Solutions
  70. Lou Ceci, T-Mobile
  71. Yulian Novosyolov, eBay
  72. Andrew Marki, Software Engineer
  73. Randy Ballew, UC Berkeley
  74. Bob Stillerman, RS International
  75. Kenny Lee, Contactual
  76. Zoe Li, Contactual
  77. Ashvin Radiya, ConnectSpan & Eclipse University
  78. Vibha Dixit, AvantSoft & Eclipse University
  79. Wonkyoung Kim, Giftizen
  80. Badari Kakumani, Cisco Systems
  81. Venugopal Dharmapuri, Cisco Systems
  82. Swapnil Sapar, Infosys
  83. Joep Rottinghuis, Ebay
  84. Donald Smith, Eclipse Foundation
  85. Francisco Carriedo, ZoomSystems
  86. Aniruddha Shevade, SoftwareAG
  87. Andrea Plesnarski, SoftwareAG
  88. Kandy Nachimuthu, iSanga
  89. Alvin RichardsSalim Shaikh, Replay Solutions
  90. Jeff Daudel, Replay Solutions
  91. Vijay Bashyam,
  92. Michelle Yen, SoftwareAG
  93. Alexander Konkin, eBay
  94. Dave Hodson
  95. Swati Sapar, TigerLogic
  96. Bo Meng, TigerLogic
  97. Apurv Jawle, SAP Labs
  98. Chiaming Yang, Huawei
  99. Anoop Balakrishnan, Excelfore Corporation
  100. Shude Zheng, Excelfore Corporation
  101. John Fu
  102. Sateesh Kumar Kapu, BMC Software
  103. Sureshbabu Mohan, BMC Software
  104. Conrad Roche, CA Technologies
  105. Laurence Gonsalves
  106. Paul E Davis, Rhapsody
  107. Jon Sorensen, Tradescape
  108. Lothar Werzinger, Tradescape
  109. Pandu Rudraraju, Independent
  110. Kevin Jungmeisteris,
  111. Sergey Chemishkian, Ricoh Innovations
  112. Atul Wagle, St. Jude Medical
  113. Daniel Coupal, Universia
  114. Ken Swartz, Cell Biosciences
  115. Gene Leybzon [1]
  116. David Bohlin, Cloudshield Technologies
  117. Michael Latulippe, Become Noticed
  118. Peter Zen, Cumunet
  119. Charles Spencer, Creative Consulting Solutions
  120. Oswald Campesato, iQuarkt
  121. Romona Czichos, Independent
  122. Peter Tsai, Stanford
  123. Chris Cinelli, Stanford
  124. Kaamel Kermaani, iTech4SBiz
  125. Bill Slagle, Huawei
  126. Murali Yalamanchi, Linq Labs
  127. Bill Linker, ZipRealty
  128. Nikolay Botev, Fujitsu
  129. Ritesh Trivedi, Citrix Systems
  130. Tsz-Wo Nicholas Sze, Yahoo!
  131. Gursel Mutlu, AirTies
  132. Louis Meadows, MobiFoundry
  133. Luca Candela, HumanConcepts
  134. Henry Villca-Valle, Student at Foothill College
  135. Sachin Anand, Sony Ericsson
  136. Michelle Mooi, Software/Android Developer
  137. Benjamin Lau
  138. Roy Yokoyama, Motorola
  139. Hirak Chatterjee, TCS
  140. Edward Leung, Android SIG
  141. Rohit Surve, Masters Student at San Jose State University
  142. Toni Carreiro, toniCarr
  143. Jeslie Chermak, JCC
  144. Frank Maker, UC Davis
  145. Georgi Dagnall, Geogad, Inc.
  146. Karl Pohl, Independent Consultant
  147. Vishal Verma, Bivio Networks
  148. Ola Abraham, Singularity University
  149. Bess Ho, Mobile Developer
  150. Alec Dara-Abrams, Kinnexxus
  151. Beth Mezias, Stanford
  152. Chandra Chintanippu, PayPal
  153. Srinivasa Mannava, PayPal
  154. Luis Alves, Yahoo
  155. Salima Fassil, Consultant
  156. Chuck Huie, Avon Technology
  157. Michael Galpin, eBay


Waiting List

Registration and the waiting list closed on July 26. For questions, contact

Name, Company:

  1. Lourdes Chiong
  2. Anbu Anbalagapandian, PayPal
  3. Vandan Parikh, Zinio
  4. Gordon Hamachi, PayPal
  5. Mark Fields, Fair Isaac
  6. Parag Raval, AvantSoft
  7. Paul Han, eBay
  8. Win Myo Htet, Aunndroid
  9. Aarthi Mohan, eBay
  10. Suresh Mathew, eBay
  11. Johnpaul Williams, AfMob
  12. Eric Chen, Deutsche Telekom
  13. Pol F., Faze 1
  14. Dan Bourque, Cisco
  15. Deepti Bhardwaj, IBM
  16. Rajeev Dayal, Google
  17. Amit Sarkar, Circar Consulting
  18. Oleg Matcovschi, HP
  19. Greg Stachnick, Oracle
  20. Julian Ong, NexTag
  21. Brian Hall, Mark/Space
  22. Steve Robenalt, Web Circuit
  23. Kayvan Kazeminejad
  24. Kali Gaddam, VMware
  25. Scott Kovatch, IBM
  26. Ken Swartz, Cell Biosciences
  27. Anshul Dawra, IBM
  28. Ruben Arce, Independent
  29. Katharina Probst, Google
  30. Ivan Gum
  31. Gilles de Bordeaux, Taos
  32. Vladimir Bacvanski, InferData
  33. Kevin Nilson
  34. Kaniska Mandal, Imaginea
  35. Steven Punte, Test Lens
  36. Tao Lin, Telopea
  37. George Estebe, Oracle
  38. Justin Early, eBay
  39. Lily Chang, VMware

Carpooling Possibilities?

Please list your name/origin below if you need or can provide carpooling.

  1. Scott K., Pleasanton, CA (SF East Bay)

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