Mobile Development Symposium
Together with Peter Friese, Heiko Behrens and Marcus Harringer I’m moderating the Mobile Development Symposium on Tuesday, 2 pm – 6 pm. If you’re interested into mobile development, you’re invited to attend the Symposium. We’ll discuss about
- Programming Models
- Cross-Platform Development
- Distribution Channels
- Monetary Aspects
If you have experiences you want to talk about, you can submit your ideas here, but of course we’re open to everyone ! We’ll talk and discuss about
- Java ME
- and more
we want to share our experiences and are looking forward to yours.
I have prepared something about my BlackBerry – BusinessApps – development from last months.
At the same time 😦 I’m at the Mobile Development Symposium, there’s another great Symposium….
Eclipse Modeling Symposium
Ed Merks, Ken Hussey, Sven Efftinge and Cedric Brun are moderating the Modeling Symposium and they plan a series of lightning talks and short demos to spark lively group discussion. It will be great opportunity to meet and greet and to reflect on past accomplishments as well as to chart a course for the future.
I don’t know about all the talks prepared for Eclipse Modeling Symposium, but Florian Pirchner – my partner at redView – will demonstrate some cool things he developed using
… a business app tester:
DVCS – Distributed Version Control at Eclipse: EGit and Mercurial
More and more developers are moving away from CVS and SVN to GIT or MERCURIAL. If you’re thinking about to switch: Eclipse Summit will help you to decide:
- Distributed Version Control – practices from daily work with EGit and MercurialEclipse – I’ll talk about my experiences and demonstrate how to solve your daily workflows using EGit and MercurialEclipse without using the commandline !
- Using Git in Eclipse – Chris Aniszczyk and Matthias Sohn will demonstrate what’s new with Git/EGit
- Process Improvement in Distributed Software Development – Using Eclipse with Mercurial and Git – Dagmar Bisky-Groh and Janos Koppany from Intland about Mercurial, Git and Mylyn integration
I promise: if you’ll see live what’s possible using DVCS in Eclipse you’ll move your projects 😉
Dynamic EMF Views (not only) for OSGI Business Applications
…and last but not least: there’s a session about redView.
But since some weeks Florian Pirchner who leads these projects together with me has finished his job as employee and now is working full-time as freelancer and last weeks he developed some really cool things for redView: better selection- and drag-n-drop support, wizards, Xtext – integration, EMF as domain-model and more.
Also EMFStore made some progress to get rid of the superclass at the moment needed for the EMF Metamodels and we decided to include this into the 1.0 release.
…see you at Eclipse Summit Europe
I’ll also talk at some Eclipse democamps about my experiences with BlackBerry Eclipse Development: