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Oracle   Oracle's business is information — how to manage it, use it, share it, protect it. The world's largest enterprise software company, Oracle is the only vendor to offer solutions for every tier of your business-database, middleware, business intelligence, business applications, and collaboration. With Oracle, you get information that helps you measure results, improve business processes, and communicate a single truth to your constituents. As part of Oracle's commitment to open source, Oracle is leading three Eclipse projects to bring support for new Java EE 5 technologies (Dali JPA Tools and JSF Tools projects) and for WS-BPEL (BPEL project) to the Eclipse Platform. For more information visit www.oracle.com
 
Shaun Smith   Shaun Smith, is co-lead of the Eclipse Dali JPA Tools project and a principal product manager for Oracle TopLink, the basis for the open source TopLink Essentials JPA reference implementation. Shaun been a developer, architect, and mentor on the construction of enterprise applications using object-relational mapping technologies for almost a decade. He's also been active in the agile development community with an interest in design and coding patterns that produce 'good' tests.
 
Neil Hauge   Neil Hauge, is a principal software developer at Oracle and project lead of the Eclipse Dali JPA Tools project. He has been developing Java based Object-Relational Mapping tools for six years and has been development lead for the Oracle TopLink Workbench for the past three. Prior to joining Oracle, Neil led Java development projects at WebGain and IBM. He has been developing GUI applications in Java since JDK1.1, with experience in AWT/Swing and SWT/JFace.

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