The Launch of India's First & Independent Eclipse Summit
The 2009 edition of Eclipse India Summit™ (EIS), Asia’s first and annual Eclipse-only show, features intensive talks on all that developers need to know when using Eclipse-based tools and technologies. The summit will be held 17th and 18th July 2009 in Bangalore.
One of the largest user bases for Eclipse in the world, the Indian ecosystem of software/tool developers and technology companies are benefiting from quick time-to-market and standardized user experiences by building their tools using Eclipse technology. Brought to you by Saltmarch Media, producers of the hugely successful Great Indian Developer Summit, Eclipse India Summit™ 2009 features seven 180-minute well-researched workshops belong to one of the two levels: Intermediate OR Advanced, technical keynotes of 30-minutes each will set the tone for the summit, and 45-minute focused sessions by industry leaders. The topics covered include:
Eclipse India Summit :: Friday, July 17, 2009
· Graphical Frameworks - GEF and ZEST (Lavanya Konda, Annamalai Chockalingam)
· Plugin Development - Tips and Tricks (Ilya Shinkarenko)
· EclipseLink: High-Performance Java Persistence (Shaun Smith)
· Eclipse and Building Data Centric Rich Internet Applications (Sunil Bannur, Mayank Kumar)
· Modeling Frameworks - EMF (Annamalai Chockalingam, Chetan Kumar)
· Design Case Study of a Complex Development Tool (SOA Space) Built on GEF (Mahesh Sankaran)
· Design Patterns Used in Eclipse (Ilya Shinkarenko)
· Java Persistence 2.0 - What's New? (Shaun Smith)
Eclipse India Summit :: Saturday, July 18, 2009
· Powerful Reporting with BIRT (Krishna Venkataraman)
· Eclipse as a Framework of Frameworks (Anshu Jain)
· Introduction to OSGI/Equinox (Samisa Abeysinghe)
· Eclipse Test Automation Tools - Options and Approaches (Srinivas Kantipudi)
· Google AppEngine for Java and Eclipse Developers (Janakiram MSV)
· Fast track to Developing Online Analytical Applications Using the BIRT Tool (Munnangi Ravindra Babu)
· Integrating BIRT Reporting Into Your Applications (Krishna Venkataraman)
· Looking Beyond Product Component Packaging with OSGi/Equinox (Murali Mohan)
· Lighting up Java Web Apps with Silverlight (Janakiram MSV)
"The mandate at Eclipse India Summit 2009 (EIS 2009) is to nurture the Eclipse ecosystem in India, empower it with information, and eventually create proactive committers and contributors who can plough back their efforts to global Eclipse development," says Dilip Thomas, Chairman & CEO, Saltmarch.
Dates: 17th and 18th July
Venue: Chancery Pavillion (#135 Residency Road Bangalore, Karnataka 560025).
For more details and to register visit the summit home at www.eclipsesummit.com/.
CEO, ANCiT Consulting
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