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  • mknauer@eclipsesource.com's picture
    EclipseSource

    Markus is project lead of the Eclipse Packaging Project and creates all those packages that can be downloaded from the Eclipse Foundation website, co-lead of Eclipse RAP project that provides a framework for modular business apps for desktop, browser and mobile. In addition to that he is active in the Eclipse community in different roles, e.g. as a member of the Eclipse Planning Council, elected member of the Architecture Council, and as a member of the EclipseRT PMC.

  • Markus.Tiede@bredex.de's picture
    BREDEX GmbH

    Markus is a software developer and tester at BREDEX GmbH. His main areas of expertise are the design and maintenance of automated tests and Eclipse RCP development. He is one of the core team developers for the automated test tool GUIdancer as well as the open-source tool Jubula and holds a Diplom (German degree) in Computer Science from the University of Applied Sciences in Braunschweig.

  • martin.nilsson@sandvik.com's picture
    AB Sandvik Coromant

    Rule-based design manager and system designer at AB Sandvik Coromant
    M.Sc. in Engineering Physics - Luleå University of Technology 2001
    Main technology competence within areas:
    - System development CAD/CAM systems
    - Rule based design
    - CAD/CAM system operation
    Responsible for:
    - Programming platforms and methods

  • martinwoodward's picture
    Microsoft

    Martin Woodward is the Program Manager of the Cross Platform Tools team for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. He is an active member of many online and offline technology communities and has been a contributor to open source projects including CruiseControl and Eclipse (PDE and SWT). Prior to joining Microsoft, Martin worked for several large organizations as a systems integration consultant primarily specializing in J2EE based solutions for high volume web sites. Martin is a well-known member of the Application Lifecycle Management community, is an author and a regular speaker on the topic at many events internationally. You can find him on his blog at http://www.woodwardweb.com , his podcast at http://www.radiotfs.com or contact him via Twitter @martinwoodward.

  • matthew.gerring@gmail.com's picture
  • MicroDoc Computersysteme GmBH
  • matthias.sohn@sap.com's picture
    SAP AG

    Matthias Sohn is co-leading the Eclipse EGit and JGit projects, and also contributing to Orion and Gerrit Code Review. He works at SAP as a scrum product owner in the area of technology development with a focus on development and cloud infrastructure. Besides that he tries to help the SAP development organization to learn from successful Open Source projects.

  • matthias.zimmermann@bsiag.com's picture
    BSI Business Systems Integration AG
  • EclipseSource Munich

    Max Hohenegger is a Software Engineer at EclipseSource Munich (http://eclipsesource.com/en/eclipse/eclipse-emf/).
    He is a committer to the EMFStore (http://emfstore.org) and the EMF Client Platform (http://emfcp.org) projects.
    Max holds a Master Degree in computer science, which he has received from TU Munich.

  • max.andersen@jboss.com's picture
    Red Hat

    Born and raised in Denmark, worked on health care software systems for some time. In that work I bumped into this small project called Hibernate and had to fix a couple of things in it to make it useful Since then I've been working on Hibernate Core, Hibernate Tools, Seam and now lately JBoss Tools and Developer Studio

  • maximilian@emfstore.org's picture
    EclipseSource Munich

    Maximilian Koegel is General Manager of EclipseSource Munich (http://eclipsesource.com/munich). He has many years of experience with Eclipse RCP and EMF and works as a consultant to customers in these areas. Also he is project lead of the projects EMFStore (http://emfstore.org) and EMF Client Platform (http://emfcp.org) and he is a committer in other EMF projects at Eclipse.org.
    Maximilian Koegel received his Dr. in computer science (Dr. rer. nat.) on the topic of collaborative modeling and model evolution/versioning from Technische Universitaet Muenchen.

  • fiedler.mf@gmail.com's picture
    IBM Rational
  • Actuate
  • mickael.istria@petalslink.com's picture
    PetalsLink

    Mickael is an Eclipse RCP/Plugin developer at PetalsLink. He has been an Eclipse developer since he left school for several open-source RCP projects (Petals Studio, Bonita Studio - Best Eclipse Modeling Tool 2011, Scarbo), a committer for some Eclipse.org projects (GMF Tooling, Nebula, JWT) and a contributor for several other projects (GMF Runtime, SWTBot). He now has strong experience in Modeling and build automation with Tycho, as he has led the efforts of migrating build to Tycho for GMF Tooling and SWTBot, and of (re)integrating JWT and GMF Tooling into the Eclipse release train.
    Besides of Eclipse, some of his professional interests are Agility (for Software engineering and teamwork), SOA, BPM and Open-Source.

    See also http://mickaelistria.wordpress.com

  • mik.kersten@tasktop.com's picture
    Tasktop Technologies

    Dr. Mik Kersten is the CEO of Tasktop Technologies, creator of the Eclipse Mylyn open source project and inventor of the task-focused interface. Mik has been an Eclipse committer since 2002, is an elected member of the Eclipse Board of Directors, and serves on the Eclipse Architecture Council. Mik's thought leadership on task-focused collaboration makes him a popular speaker at software conferences, and he was voted a JavaOne Rock Star speaker in 2008 and 2009. Mik has also been recognized as one of the top ten IBM developerWorks Java technology writers of the decade. He enjoys building tools that offload our brains and make it easier to get creative work done. Follow @mik_kersten on Twitter.

  • mikael.barbero@obeo.fr's picture
    Obeo
  • milesparker@gmail.com's picture
    Tasktop Technologies, Inc.

    Miles Parker develops innovative software products at Tasktop. He's Project Lead for the Mylyn Model Focusing Tools (MFT) and Agent Modeling Platform (AMP) projects, serves on the Modeling PMC, is a committer for Mylyn Reviews R4E and Virgo, and contributes to a number of other projects. He's also the inventor of Butterflyzer, a revolutionary Content Intelligence Environment, and a leading innovator of Computational Social Science tools, designing ground-breaking models and tools for Agent-Based Modeling (ABM). He's studied complex systems in many diverse areas, from archeology to artificial reasoning systems to biomedicine, collaborating on work featured in Nature, Scientific American, PNAS and Collapse. He resides in Nelson, BC with his wife and three young children.

  • DevBoost GmbH
    CTO

    Mirko Seifert is co-founder of the start-up DevBoost and commits to various open-source projects (e.g., EMFText, JaMoPP, JUnitLoop, HEDL). He develops software since more than 20 years and is particularly interested in making software development more efficient. Mirko regularly publishes articles in the Eclipse- and the Javamagazin and speaks at various events.

  • njbartlett@gmail.com's picture
    Paremus Ltd
  • nhe@microdoc.de's picture
  • shelajev@gmail.com's picture
    ZeroTurnaround