Eclipse Democamp Mannheim around the corner

You may remember that Benjamin Muskalla did announce the EclipseDemo Camp Mannheim.

Therefore this is just a quick reminder that on the 10 of June you have the chance to see a lot of amazing Eclipse technology compressed in 15 minutes demos. You may also see a few slides but I hope this will be the exception. 🙂

The program is also very impressive:

  • Oliver Gierke– Roo beyond the obvious (Hackathon with Spring Roo using Eclipse integration)
  • Benjamin Muskalla – Eclipse RAP / EclipseRT
  • Matthias Sohn et al. (SAP) – Eclipse EGit
  • Markus Kohler – Memory usage analysis on the Android platform
  • ekke (Ekkehard Gentz), Independent Software Architect, Thema: Modeling meets Runtime redView
  • Optional Oliver Gierke – What’s new in Mylyn 3.4?
  • Manuel Bork – Eclipse modeling and programming with UML Lab
  • Lars Vogel – Eclipse 4.0

There is also another topic Usus but we are not sure if it will fit in the time window.

Please register at Wiki Page for Mannheim Democamp. Unfortunately this event is not sponsored. But we still can have frosty beverages in a close by bar (FlicFlac) afterwards where we made a reservation.

A great oppertunity for networking and social drinking.

We encourage you to use the #majug hashtag for tweeting about the EclipseDemo Camp in Mannheim. If you are in the area check also the Majug Website for other events.

About Lars Vogel

Lars Vogel is the founder and CEO of the vogella GmbH and works as Eclipse and Android consultant, trainer and book author. He is a regular speaker at international conferences, He is the primary author of With more than one million visitors per month this website is one of the central sources for Java, Eclipse and Android programming information.
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2 Responses to Eclipse Democamp Mannheim around the corner

  1. Ralph Mueller says:

    Can I use your wonderful beer set for advertising Eclipse Stammtisch in the future?

  2. Lars Vogel says:

    I’m glad you like the image Ralf. 🙂 Yes, you can use it freely. It is a free image from and can be used without restrictions.

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