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Revision as of 14:23, 18 November 2012

Eclipse DemoCamp Old.jpg    DCV7 (Eclipse DemoCamp Vienna #7)
   What is an Eclipse DemoCamp?
   (Our History: Juno - 2011 - Indigo - 2010 - Helios - 2009)

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Location

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

Download the HowToGetThere.pdf

Date and Time

Nov 30th, 2012
15:30 - 21:30

Schedule

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

Organizers

  Codeworks.png   Codecop.png

Platin Sponsors

Agentex logo rgb 300dpi.jpg

Sponsors

Eclipse logo.png   Logo allianz.png   Javatraining at 300.png
Logo CIIT v3 300px.png   Fabasoft 400.png   Logo Anthentic 60.png  

Presentations

Presentations will be in German. All slots are full.

  1. Andreas Dangl, Fabasoft, "Code for the Cloud".
    I'm going to demonstrate the Fabasoft Folio Cloud platform based on Eclipse/Xtext for business app developers live in action where you can bring your projects to the market in record time.
  2. Tom Schindl, BestSolution.at, "e(fx)clipse - the future of Eclipse RCP"
  3. Michail Matjuchin, IBM Austria, "Model-Driven code development using EMF and JET Templates".
    This speech will use IBM Extensions to simplify EMF modeling with (UML) Standards.
  4. Werner Keil, Mærsk Group, "Triple-E’class Continuous Delivery with Hudson, Maven, Kokki and PyDev"
  5. Martin Reiterer, Alexej Strelzow, Matthias Lettmayer, "TapiJI Update" (short)
    I18N refactoring support and collaborative translation with the RAP Translator.
  6. Karl Hönninger, "Single sourcing mit RWT und openXMA" (short)
  7. Philip Langer, Manuel Wimmer, Tanja Mayerhofer, "Model Execution based on fUML in the EMF Ecosystem" (short)

Who Will Attend

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 Michael Clay. (Xing Event DCV7)

  1. Michael Clay, Codeworkz
  2. Peter Kofler, code-cop.org
  3. Florian Pirchner, profile
  4. Martin Peter Hofer, agent°ex
  5. Michael Horvath, agent°ex
  6. Markus Musil, Codeworkz
  7. Andreas Dangl, Fabasoft
  8. Tom Schindl, BestSolution.at
  9. Martin Reiterer, INSO
  10. Alexej Strelzow
  11. Matthias Lettmayer
  12. Werner Keil, Creative Arts & Technologies
  13. Michail Matjuchin, IBM Austria
  14. Karl Hönninger
  15. Martin Lemanski, ANECON
  16. Robert Handschmann
  17. Kilian Matt, INSO
  18. Georg Aigner, Frequentis
  19. Bruno Leon
  20. Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation
  21. Roland Hörmann
  22. René Jahn, SIB Visions
  23. Andreas Fischl, SmartStream
  24. René Brandstetter
  25. Joachim Butz, SmartStream
  26. Sebastian Dietrich, Managing Java
  27. Maximilian Weißböck
  28. Adnan Muslimovic
  29. Lukas Forster, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  30. Hannes Pach, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  31. Andreas Lechner
  32. Peter Hanuliak
  33. Rene Gritsch
  34. Markus Mitterauer, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  35. Maria Vill, ANECON
  36. Thomas Kohler, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  37. Bernhard Woditschkla
  38. Peter Brachwitz
  39. Georg Nepp, Generali VIS Informatik GmbH
  40. Stefan Scheiber, ING DiBa
  41. Michael Ilger, AMOS AT
  42. Dejan Linkic, ANECON
  43. Ali Riza Saral, AMOS AT
  44. Mario Jandrasits, AMOS AT

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