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Eclipse, Eclipse, everywhere

Daniel Barboza Franco (Google Inc. ), Vinicius Asta Pagano (Instituto de Pesquisas Eldorado ), Ruth Soliani

Making With Eclipse · Standard (25 mins)
Tuesday, 13:30, 25 minutes | Winchester

Tags: Business And Industry , Tools
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This talk is intended to start presenting a real case scenario of using Eclipse and OSS components during all of the development process: from the IDE used for development, to the Eclipse-based final product. Passing through using it also as the front-end for configuration management systems, as an integrator of emulated devices and a lot more. This case will be discussed from a more strategic and managerial point of view.

Using these open source components is vital when developing for Eclipse and it can save lots of money. But there is an intrinsic risk of losing intellectual property or being catch in a law process. This risk is related to getting lost on the licenses, obligations, trademarks and other legal stuff.

This talk second point is to show the Intellectual Property management process that is used in Instituto Eldorado to guarantee the compliance with all open source licenses we are subjected, and the tools we use in this process.

Daniel Franco is a software analyst at the Eldorado Research Institute. He holds a BS in Computer Science and has been working on Eclipse-based development tools. Currently Daniel is a committer on the DSDP/Sequoyah project.

Vini Pagano is a software R&D program manager at Eldorado Research Institute (an Eclipse Foundation Associate Member in Brazil). He is currently responsible for 5 multisite software development projects (2 of them are for Eclipse based product development), with more than 30 software engineers; Vini successfully built and ramped-up new software development teams and received 5 high performance team international awards. Past: experienced multisite software project manager at Eldorado; software engineer at IBM and Nortel Networks. Education: PhD Student, Technological Innovation Management (State University of Campinas - Unicamp); Specialist, Technological Innovation Management and Business Administration (Unicamp); MSc, Computer Science - Software Architecture and Fault Tolerance (Unicamp); Graduated in Computer Science (State University of Sao Paulo - USP).

Ruth Soliani is a software project manager at the Eldorado Research Institute (an Associate Member of Eclipse Foundation). She holds a BS in Computer Science from University of Campinas (UNICAMP). Ruth works at Eldorado since 2002 and has been working on Eclipse-based development tools since 2004. Currently she manages the development teams of MOTODEV Studio for Android and of DSDP/Sequoyah project, sponsored by Motorola Inc.