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The Eclipse Data Tools Platform: Overview and Future Direction

John Graham (Sybase)

Wednesday, 15:00, 45 minutes | G. Saal

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John Graham

The Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) project provides extensible frameworks and exemplary tools for delivering data centric applications in Eclipse. With the release of DTP 0.9 in Callisto, a solid platform has been established, and is beginning to be widely leveraged by the community. This talk will describe the features included in the 0.9 release, including a demonstration. Next, we will talk about the future of DTP, including the next coordinated release ("Europa"), scheduled for June of 2007. Major new features and directions will be discussed, and a preview of several key enhancements will be shown. Finally, we will describe some of the innovative ways that the community is using DTP, and solicit feedback from the audience about the evolution of DTP.

John has been developing enterprise software for ten years, and has been with Sybase for the past five. His academic background includes a Masters degree from the University of Hawai'i concentrating on computational properties of formal and natural languages, and post-graduate training in business. He has worked on enterprise application integration technologies, web services tooling, distributed systems, machine learning, and service-oriented platforms. A developer on Eclipse since version 1, John served on the Eclipse Consortium Executive Committee.

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