EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





Ze sessions to be recorded for EclipseLive

Bjorn Freeman-Benson (Eclipse Foundation)

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The Eclipse Foundation is considering recording these sessions for future download/streaming from the EclipseLive site:

Tutorials:
(3588) Development with the embedded Rich Client Platform (eRCP)
(3576) Integration of a new Ajax personality into ATF (Ajax Toolkit Framework)
(3585) RCP UI Development in the Eclipse Workbench [Part 1]
(3648) Creating Enterprise Business Applications Using Eclipse RCP
(3641) Developing with the Rich Ajax Platform
(3645) Fundamentals of Eclipse Plug-in and RCP Development
(3728) RCP UI Development in the Eclipse Workbench [Part 2]
(3632) Spring and OSGi combined
(3674) Building Commercial-Quality Eclipse Plug-Ins [Part 1 & 2]
(3607) Building Server-Side Eclipse based web applications [Part 1]

Talks:
Introduction to Eclipse Data Binding
Building the 100 Bundle Application
OneBench: Rich Client on Wall Street
RCP with Eclipse, Mozilla and OpenOffice: the giant mashup
Ubiquitous Eclipse: Equinox everywhere
RAP - Eclipse style development for the web
Eclipse Rich Client Platform: Tips & Tricks
Secure Desktop Applications with Eclipse RCP
The Good, Bad, and Ugly of OSGi: What we learned building the mSA Backplane
C++ GUI Builder for Mobile or Embedded devices
Dynamic Languages Toolkit
Assembling your open C and C++ workbench
How to Easily Integrate BIRT Reports into your Web Application
Enterprise Team Development with Maven and Eclipse
C/C++ Source Code Introspection Using the CDT
Profiling Java applications with TPTP
GMF Best Practices
EOS - Eclipse on Swing
Dynamic BIRT Reporting
Modeling Generics with Ecore
Eclipse Ajax Toolkit Framework
Unifying Eclipse Collaboration with Corona
XML Development Tools in Eclipse WTP and Beyond
Service Oriented Device Architecture (SODA)
Task-focused programming with Mylar

Bjorn is the Director for Open Source Process at the Eclipse Foundation, a position that is tailor-made for someone with his keen interest and experience in building high-quality software with geographically distributed teams. He has dabbled in applications and user interfaces, but returns, like the swallows to San Juan Capistrano, to his three foci: hardware, software, and process (embedded devices, programming languages, and software engineering). Bjorn has worked for OTI, Amazon.com, Rational, and Gemstone, along with a career as a university professor. He has an M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Washington, and is happy to talk at length about his passion for orienteering and/or his love of flying.

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