EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





Eclipse Data Binding BoF

Boris Bokowski (IBM Canada), David Orme (Coconut Palm Software, Inc.), Brad Reynolds (Cerner Corporation)

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Monday, 19:30, 1 hour 15 minutes | Room 208

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David Orme

Meet the developers behind the data binding framework. We would like to hear from early adopters of the data binding framework, show you some of the hidden magic, talk about how the framework can be extended (e.g. with support for EMF), and discuss any questions or comments you might have.

Boris is a software developer with IBM Rational Software, and a committer on the Eclipse Platform UI team. Boris is looking at the UI side of the RCP, and among other areas owns the JFace viewers component. He is also the main architect of the JFace data binding framework. He was a member of the Eclipse Team/CVS team during the 1.0 release cycle and joined the Eclipse team again just before the 3.1 release. In between, he co-founded a company in Germany, and developed an innovative desktop application based on the Eclipse RCP. Boris received his PhD in computer science from Freie Universitaet Berlin.

A full-time Eclipse consultant, trainer, and mentor, David Orme is is the founder and one of the leaders of the Eclipse Data Binding effort. In addition, David created and supports various custom SWT controls including the CompositeTable control in Eclipse's Nebula project. David also started and led the Visual Editor Project between 2003-2006. His current client is using the Eclipse Data Binding framework, CompositeTable, and other Nebula controls in a large-scale mission critical enterprise Eclipse RCP application.

Brad is a committer on the JFace Data Binding project.

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