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Eclipse DemoCamps November 2008/Leipzig

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Participation is free of charge. Beverages are kindly sponsored by eclipse foundation.

Date and Time

November 25th, 2008 7 - 9 pm


Steffen Stundzig, itemis AG


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.

Presentation language is german.

  1. Robert Wloch: Developing Editors with GMF, itemis AG
  2. Enrico Schnepel: GenGMF - Using GMF for large meta-models, b+m Informatik AG
  3. Florian Fieber, Max Bureck: Vom Modell zum Code - ein Vergleich von M2M- und M2T-Technologien im Eclipse-Projekt, qme software
  4. Peter Hänsgen: (Model-Driven) Software Development with Enfinity Studio, Intershop Communications AG
  5. Stefan Kühne: Processing of ARIS-Models with EMF, Universität Leipzig, Lehrstuhl Betriebliche Informationssysteme

Who Is Attending

If you plan on attending please add your name to the list below. We'd like to start with a maximum of 25 attendees.

  1. Steffen Stundzig, itemis AG (probably)
  2. Ralph Müller, Eclipse Foundation (probably)
  3. Lars Martin, itemis AG
  4. Alexis Blankenburg, Freelancer
  5. Peter Hänsgen, Intershop Communications AG
  6. Florian Fieber qme software
  7. Robert Wloch itemis AG
  8. Max Bureck qme software
  9. Alexander Rupsch ECG Leipzig
  10. Jens Weiske ECG Leipzig
  11. Enrico Schnepel b+m Informatik AG
  12. Martin Flügge FHTW Berlin
  13. Ramon Anger TomTom WORK Leipzig
  14. Stefan Wagner TomTom WORK Leipzig
  15. Heiko Hillebrecht TomTom WORK Leipzig
  16. Sven Krause Achievo Deutschland AG
  17. Hannes Niederhausen Freelancer
  18. Julia Pötschke Achievo Deutschland AG
  19. Irina Sudnik Achievo Deutschland AG
  20. Philipp Ahlner Freelancer (probably)
  21. Tilo Stein Inter-Forum AG (probably)
  22. Christian Tanzmann optimal systems (probably)
  23. Rene Böttge, FHTW Berlin
  24. Tom Seidel, Independent
  25. Stefan Kühne Universität Leipzig, Lehrstuhl Betriebliche Informationssysteme
  26. Michael Czygan Scientific Workflow Analysis GmbH

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