The Future of TmL: A Simulated End-to-End Environment for Mobile Enterprise Applications

Mauren Brenner (Eldorado Research Institute), Christian Kurzke (Motorola Software Platform Delivery team), Fabio Fantato (Eldorado Research Institute)

Mobile And Embedded · Short Talk
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Tuesday, 11:30, 10 minutes | Room 209/210 | Download in iCal Format

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Christian Kurzke

Fabio Fantato

The Tools for mobile Linux (TmL) project currently comprises two components: a Device Framework that supports integration of mobile devices and emulators to an Eclipse IDE and an Eclipse-integrated VNC viewer that can be used together with the framework to display output data and send input data to the target. The broader roadmap for the project envisions a simulated end-to-end environment where devices and emulators can be connected to simulated network back-end servers in order to support testing of enterprise applications for mobile devices. This short talk will give an overview of the roadmap, the role of each component and how they dovetail together to provide a valuable tool for the development of powerful mobile applications.

Mauren Brenner has been working for about four years on applications for GUI customisation and development of software for mobile phones. In the past, she worked with telecommunications, geographic information systems, artificial intelligence and digital image processing. She has a MSc degree in Computer Science.

Christian Kurzke is the Architect for Motorola's MOTODEV Studio, Contributor to the Eclipse MTJ project and leads the Eclipse Tools for Mobile Linux (TML) project.

Christian has been a member and contributor to the Open Service Gateway initiative (OSGi) embedded Java component standard and has contributed to CableLabs specifications. He is a frequent speaker at conferences like JavaOne, Embedded Systems conferences and WWW conferences. He has been a Linux developer and advocate since the early days of pre 1.0 kernels, and he is well regarded for his work in the embedded Java space.

Christian graduated from the University of Erlangen Germany with the equivalent of an MS-CS degree (Dipl. Inf. univ.) and holds an MBA degree from Santa Clara University.

Fabio Fantato is a Computer Engineer from Eldorado Research Institute (Motorola contractor) and committer of the Eclipse Tools for Mobile Linux (TmL) project. He has worked as a Java developer on embedded environments and mobile development tools for three years. He has been engaged in several projects including GUI customization tools, software development kits (SDKs) using embedded Linux, and others. He holds a Computer Engineering degree from Unicamp (State University of Campinas) and a degree in Marketing Management from FACINTER (International University of Curitiba), both in Brazil.

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