Chris Aniszczyk, Stefan Lay (SAP AG ), Matthias Sohn (SAP AG ), Shawn Pearce (Google Inc. )
Making at Eclipse · Tutorial
Monday, 15:40, 2 hours | Stevens Creek
Eclipse and many other open source projects are moving to Git, are you prepared? Want to learn Git and use it within Eclipse? Well then this tutorial is made for you!
This tutorial will introduce you to Git through hand on exercises that use EGit and Gerrit to perform common version control tasks.
If you plan to attend the tutorial you should consider to prepare that by going through the first exercise Installation and Configuration before the tutorial starts.
This way you avoid wasting precious tutorial time with installing the prerequisites and you can spend more time on the more interesting Exercises.
Chris Aniszczyk tends to be all over the place inside the Eclipse community by committing on various projects and helping new eclipse.org projects off the ground. He's a Principal Software Engineer and Evangelist at Red Hat. He is the co-author of The Eclipse Rich Client Platform book and has been recognized by the Eclipse Community Awards as Top Ambassador and Top Committer. He sits on the Eclipse Architecture Council, Eclipse Planning Council and has the honor to represent the committers on the Eclipse Foundation's Board of Directors. Chris's passions are modularity, evangelism, open source and anything Eclipse.
Stefan Lay is committer on the Eclipse projects EGit and JGit. He works at SAP as Senior Software Developer and as Scrum Master in the area of technology development with a focus on development infrastructure. Besides that he is interested in agile methods and the introduction of Open Source processes in the company.
Matthias Sohn is co-lead of the Eclipse EGit project, committer on the Eclipse projects JGit and Mylyn Reviews and starting to contribute to Gerrit Code Review. He works at SAP as a scrum product owner in the area of technology development with a focus on development infrastructure. Besides that he tries to help the SAP development organization to learn from successful Open Source projects.
In 2006 Shawn founded the JGit project, starting a 100% pure Java reimplementation of the Git version control system. The JGit library can be found in many Java based products that interact with Git, including plugins for Eclipse and NetBeans IDEs, the Hudson CI server, Apache Maven, and Gerrit Code Review, a peer code review system specially designed for Git. Today he continues to develop and maintain JGit, EGit, and Gerrit Code Review.