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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

EclipseCon 2006

EclipseCon 2006 is only 2 weeks away, you can still register
What is EclipseCon? EclipseCon is the premier technical and user conference focusing on the power of the Eclipse platform.
From implementers to users, and everyone in between, if you are using, building, or considering Eclipse, EclipseCon is the conference you need to attend.

Keynote presentations
Joel on Software in Person
Joel Spolsky (Fog Creek Software)

Comparing Apache and Eclipse
Greg Stein (Apache Software Foundation)

Software Development Creativity the Wiki Way
Ward Cunningham (Eclipse Foundation)

The Eclipse Effect: Changing the State of Development
Tod Nielsen (Borland)

Tutorial Presentations
A tutorial is a four hour presentation dedicated to learning the intricate details of the topic. Tutorials typically include a significant hands-on component. These are extra cost sessions
Below are some of the tutorial presentations

(10) Rich Client Application Development
Jeff McAffer (IBM) and Jean-Michel Lemieux (IBM)

(11) Data Tools Platform Project Tutorial
Rob Cernich (Sybase), Brian Payton (IBM), Linda Chan (Actuate Corporation), Hui Cao (Sybase) and John Graham (Sybase, Inc.)

(12) Plug-in Development 101: Anatomy of a Plug-in
Wassim Melhem (IBM)

(13) Graphical Editing Framework Tutorial
Randy Hudson (IBM)

(14) Foundations of UI Development with Eclipse
Michael Van Meekeren (IBM, Eclipse) and Kimberly Horne (IBM)

(15) Introduction to the Eclipse Modeling Framework
Dave Steinberg (IBM) and Nick Boldt (IBM Rational Software Group - Toronto Lab)

(16) Extending the Web Tools Platform, Part 1
Konstantin Komissarchik (BEA Systems), Gorkem Ercan (Nokia) and Tim deBoer (IBM)

(30) Profile your Java application using the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP)
Eugene Chan (IBM Toronto Lab) and Guru Nagarajan (Intel Corporation)

(31) Aspect-Oriented Programming with AspectJ
Matt Chapman (IBM), Matthew Webster (IBM) and Mik Kersten (University of British Columbia)

(32) The Eclipse Debug Framework
Darin Wright (Rational Team, IBM Canada) and Michael Rennie (IBM Canada, Rational Team)

(S1) Agile Application Development with Eclipse and Pragmatic MDA
Prashanth Shidlaghatta (Compuware Corporation) and Michael Sawicki (Compuware Corporation)

(42) Eclipse Communication Framework (ECF)
Scott Lewis (Composent, Inc) and Chris Aniszczyk (IBM)

(43) BIRT In Depth: Extending and Using the BIRT Framework
Scott Rosenbaum (Innovent Solutions, Inc.), Jason Weathersby (Actuate) and Krishna Venkatraman (Actuate Corporation)

There are a lot more Eclipse tutorials

The official site is here

For Eclipse books click here

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Anyone who missed Ward Cunningham speaking at EclipseCon can listen to a podcast interview in which he discusses the topics covered by his keynote presentation. In the interview, Ward discusses social software and global collaboration. He advocates extreme programming and agile development and believes Eclipse is mastering in a big way what wiki mastered in a small way.

MP3 audio, length 20:01