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  • Achim.Loerke@bredex.de's picture
    BREDEX GmbH

    Achim started software development in 1982 after earning his diploma in electronics. He began working at BREDEX GmbH in 1987 and has been co-owner and director of the company since 1999. As the technical advisor for BREDEX he is responsible for the selection and adoption of new technologies as well as the representation of BREDEX in the Eclipse Board of Directors. His roles as principal architect and project lead of the Eclipse Jubula project allow him to implement many of the new technologies he recommends, while staying up-to-date with current project and customer requirements.

  • adrian_cho@ca.ibm.com's picture
    IBM

    Adrian Cho has worked in the software development industry for more than 20 years in consulting, research and development and intellectual property. At IBM he is responsible for delivery of the Collaborative Lifecycle Management project including Rational Team Concert, Rational Quality Manager and Rational Requirements Composer. The project incorporates contributions from hundreds of software developers located across ten sites worldwide. As a jazz musician, bandleader, and conductor, Adrian has presented thirty major concerts and premiered over ten seminal jazz works in the past seven years. He teaches and speaks to university and business audiences about software development, jazz, and organizational performance. His book, The Jazz Process: Collaboration, Innovation and Agility, has been endorsed by a diverse collection of thought leaders while reviewers have praised it for its "deep exploration of collaborative know-how."

  • aegan@articulatecomms.com's picture
    Ci&T

    Leonardo Mattiazzi is vice president of International Business at Ci&T. With Ci&T since 1997, Mattiazzi has spearheaded several of the company

  • alan_bustamante@yahoo.com's picture
    Seapine Software

    Alan Bustamante, PMP, CSP, leads Seapine Software

  • Open Grid Systems Ltd.

    Alan McMorran received the B.Eng. in Computer & Electronic System and a Ph.D. in Electronic & Electrical Engineering from the University of Strathclyde in 2002 and 2006 respectively. His research and development work has focused on model-driven architectures for data management, visualization and transformation and related technologies.

    Alan is currently a Director at Open Grid Systems Ltd. and the UK Principal Expert on three IEC working groups (13,14 & 19) under Technical Committee 57 and since 2006 he has participated in the development of international standards for information modeling, data exchange and systems integration for both distribution and transmission systems. His work has included collaborative research and development projects with EDF R&D, National Grid UK, Boeing, Siemens, Scottish Power and Areva T&D.

  • alex.blewitt@gmail.com's picture
    InfoQ
  • amanji@ca.ibm.com's picture
    IBM

    Ali Manji is a Software Developer with the IBM Rational Insight team. He has several years of background with the Rational brand and experience in working with a multitude of IBM offerings.

  • atsticks@gmail.com's picture
    Credit Suisse

    After his studies at the University of Zurich, Anatole worked several years as a Managing Partner and consultant within both, small and large scaled enterprise contexts. As of today Anatole works as a leading engineer and framework architect within Credit Suisse and acts as Specification Lead for JSR 354 (Java Currency & Money).

  • aforsell1971@gmail.com's picture
    FindOut Technologies AB

    Anders has worked both as a mentor to large development teams and as a member in development teams of worldwide known products, such as Rational Rose and COMSOL Multiphysics. Starting from his thesis on object-oriented techniques in finite-element computation software he realized the power of using OO and modelling. During his time with Rational he learned all the best practises for software development and later with IBM how the Eclipse platform was created as a base for the IBM modelling tools. During the last couple of years he has focused on developing rich client applications on the Eclipse platform.

  • andreas.mihm@ageto.net's picture
    AGETO Service GmbH

    Andreas is managing the R&D efforts at AGETO where he leads software projects as well as technology research projects in cooperation with universities and other research partners. He has a long track record as software engineer, architect and team lead in big international eCommerce projects where he developed a great passion for large scale server application architectures, which support high traffic and renevue through scalable, robust cloud applications. And this is excactly what he wants to contribute to the eclipse community with the AGETO team, which already contributes to several eclipse RT projects and which leads the eclipse Gyrex project. Apart from his professional life he is passionate for his family and for making music and teaching it.

  • andrew@eisenberg.as's picture
    VMware

    Andrew Eisenberg is the lead of the Groovy-Eclipse and AspectJ Development Tools projects and also works on the Grails tooling portion of the SpringSource Tool Suite. Andrew creates IDE tools that ease the cognitive burden of creating complex programs. He will not rest and not be happy until programming is as fun and easy as playing with legos. Andrew has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia where he researched the intersection between programming languages and tools. You can keep up with Andrew's progress at his blog http://contraptionsforprogramming.blogspot.com and on twitter @werdnagreb

  • overholt@redhat.com's picture
    Red Hat
  • andrey@xored.com's picture
    Xored Software Inc

    Eclipse DLTK Project Lead since 2007, in charge of design and development Eclipse GUI testing tool - Xored Q7, which goal is to let development teams doing their UI/acceptance/functional testing with a pleasure.

  • amschaller@gmail.com's picture
    Motorola Mobility

    Anna Schaller leads the Developer Relations team supporting developers through content, sample code, training, and forum posts. At Motorola Mobility she serves as an advocate for developer needs, while promoting Motorola products and services to the developer community.

  • ArneNoyer@web.de's picture
    Willert Software Tools GmbH

    Arne Noyer works on several projects at Willert Software Tools, which are about using Eclipse based model transformations to interchange data between different modeling tools and Ecore models. Some domains of these models are AUTOSAR, Requirements and UML. Afterwards Model to Text Transformations are executed using template based frameworks.
    He also has a lecture at the Ostfalia University about Eclipse Plugin development. Since 2009 he has worked with several Eclipse frameworks like EMF, GEF, GMF and JET.

  • axel.terfloth@itemis.de's picture
    itemis AG

    Axel Terfloth heads research and development for embedded systems at itemis AG. He deals with the adaption and development of methods and technologies of integrated tool chains and model based development of embedded systems. He is involved in different commercial and research projects and is responsible for the open source modeling platform Yakindu. He regularly writes and speaks on these subjects.

  • ayushman_jain@in.ibm.com's picture
    IBM

    Ayushman is a software Engineer at IBM and a committer in the Eclipse JDT project. He is an Eclipse enthusiast and evangelist, leading the Eclipse Campus Program in India. He's a frequent speaker at Eclipse demo camps in India and organizes Eclipse workshops at universities. He is passionate about open source mobile technologies such as Android and Phonegap. He has also written numerous articles on mobile development and spoke about the same at Eclipse Summit Europe 2010 and DroidCon India 2011. He blogs at http://eclipseandjazz.blogspot.com/

  • benjamin.muskalla@tasktop.com's picture
    Tasktop

    Benjamin Muskalla is a software developer at Tasktop Technologies in Karlsruhe, Germany. He is an active committer on Mylyn (Versions, Builds) and EGit, the Git integration for Eclipse. Ben also contributes to several other Eclipse projects including RAP, Platform UI and JDT. Ben has been deeply involved in the Eclipse community for more than six years and is a regular speaker and author on Eclipse-related topics. Ben is passionate about the quality of the Eclipse community and the transformational productivity gains that Eclipse and Mylyn enable.

  • benoit.langlois@thalesgroup.com's picture
    Thales

    Benoit Langlois is a project leader at Thales. He has 15+ years of experience in modeling in concrete projects (finance, insurance, transportation, publishing, process engineering...) and research. He leads the EGF (Eclipse Generation Factories) project, and Architecture Chairman of the Polarsys IWG.

  • EclipseSource

    Beyhan Veliev works as a software developer and consultant at EclipseSource in Karlsruhe, Germany. He successfully used Eclipse technologies in many customer projects and is a committer of the RT Packaging project responsible for the Runtime Packaging Tool. Beyhan is especially interested in Eclipse as IDE, OSGi, p2 and RAP.

  • BMW Car IT

    Birgit has been working as a software engineer at BMW Car IT since 2009.

  • bdekruijff@gmail.com's picture
    Luminis Technologies

    Active on the web since 1995, Bram an open source enthusiast working for Luminis Technologies. As a software architect he has a broad experience with server side web application architectures, frameworks and technologies for enterprise grade applications. Since 2005 he has been actively involved in several products and projects that successfully adopted OSGi as a server side application architecture. At present Bram's focus is on cloud infrastructure and applications architectures.

    Bram is a PMC member of Apache ACE and the Amdatu project and has presented at ApacheCon as well as several smaller Dutch conferences.