Here are the highest rated sessions and workshops for this year's EclipseCon France:
- Now that I've Got a Model - Where's my Application? (Part 2)
- Embedded Software Development with C for the next decade
- Develop a complete M2M application with Koneki and Mihini
Gaetan Morice, Laurent Barthelemy and Benjamin Cabé
- Bringing the power of Eclipse to VHDL designers
- 4DIAC - A Framework for Distributed Industrial Automation and Control
Thank you to everyone who evaluated the sessions.
Thank you to all the attendees, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers and organizers. You've made this first EclipseCon France a success!
We look forward to seeing all of you again next year.
We're happy to see so many of you in Toulouse for the first EclipseCon France.
Enjoy the conference!
Register now to select the 2 workshops you'd like to attend on Wednesday, June 5. Hurry, space is limited and one of them is already full!
9:00 - 10:45
- Git & EGit beginner Workshop
- Let's code a JavaFX application with Eclipse
- Advanced use of the Android Development Tools (ADT plugin)
11:15 - 13:00
You may be familiar with the Ignite talk format: a five-minute presentation with 20 slides that automatically change every 15 seconds. It's a challenge, but can be fun and interesting for both presenter and audience.
If you are attending EclipseCon France, and have an interesting idea for an Ignite Talk, we invite you to submit! The Ignite sessions will begin at 17:45 on June 5, the first day of the conference.
To submit, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the title of your talk and a short description. You will be notified by Wednesday, May 29 if your submission is accepted.
Ignite Submission Deadline: May 28, 2013
Gaël Blondelle, Obeo. Open Source Business Developer and Polarsys Spokesperson, Toulouse JUG founder and co-leader.
Here are my choices:
- How CERN scaled up Eclipse for the LHC: Well, it is CERN and the LHC, so we can now imagine developers using Eclipse to discover the origin of the universe! Incidentally, 20 years ago a researcher from CERN published the first web page. So 20 years later, I am curious to see how they manage their Eclipse distros (a hot topic for Polarsys) and what benefits they get.
- Live collaborative modeling goes industrial: What they do with the integration of CDO in their tools is impressive and demonstrates a new dimension in term of team collaboration for modeling in the enterprise.
- Orion deployed: Orion goes from prototype to production: Orion is an impressive technology that projects your IDE in the cloud. I will be happy to hear the news directly from the project leader and to see the technology in action with the demos.
- Scala in Eclipse, Eclipse in Scala: I particularly like this presentation because it approaches the topic (Eclipse and Scala) from both sides: what tools can you use to write Scala code in Eclipse, and how can you write Eclipse plugins in Scala. I am eager to see my co-workers at Obeo eventually write their plugins in Scala.
- Migration RCP application to Eclipse 4. What should we do ?: Beginning with Kepler, Eclipse releases will be based on Eclipse 4. So the next months or years will be times of migration to the new platform. This talk gives a pragmatic approach to migration towards Eclipse 4.
Of course, as mentioned by other PC members, you should not miss the talk about Sirius, because Sirius is a game changer for Eclipse Modeling.
Pierre Gaufillet, AIRBUS. I am a member of the methods and tools team supporting the development of avionics software. Safety of software in airborne systems, real time architecture design, modeling, code and doc generation, and Eclipse deployment are our daily bread. I am also the chairman of the PolarSys Industry Working Group.
My six favorite sessions:
- The Requirements Modeling Framework - a puzzle piece for Eclipse-based Systems Engineering In the industrial development process, requirement engineering plays a key role. This talk focus on how various Eclipse initiatives are collaborating to produce a masterpiece for our system engineering toolbox.
- OSLC tool integration tutorial: using linked data to support engineering lifecycle collaboration With systems engineering involving more and more tools, seamlessly interchanging data is becoming a major topic. OSLC is an interesting initiative aiming at making these interchanges easier. Combined with a reference implementation like Lyo, OSLC might be everywhere in the next generation of engineering tools.
- Live collaborative modeling goes industrial For years, I've been working with modeling tools in various contexts, and let's face it – teamwork has never been supported correctly. It seems things are changing now with the maturation of frameworks like CDO and with the emergence of a few concepts like short duration automated locks that will be shown during this talk.
- Software Quality: the Eclipse Way and Beyond Who hasn't wondered if open source components are mature enough to be deployed in their project? The goal of this work is to provide a grid that will help evaluate this maturity. It is also the first step to improve and follow up in constrained contexts like PolarSys.
- How CERN scaled up Eclipse for the LHC To be honest, I am simply excited to see how Eclipse is used and deployed in a big research organization like CERN!
- Polarsys and LTS: Taming the maintenance and sustainability beasts You really should go to this session if you are interested in embedded systems engineering tools!