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We are pleased to invite you to participate in the
Eclipse DemoCamp Munich 2016
The DemoCamp Munich is one the biggest DemoCamps worldwide and therefore an excellent opportunity to showcase all the cool, new and interesting technology being built by the Eclipse community. This event is open to Eclipse enthusiasts who want to show demos of what they are doing with Eclipse. It aims to create an opportunity for you to meet other Eclipse enthusiasts in Munich in an informal setting.
We offer 80 seats, but we usually receive around 200 registrations. To give everybody the same chance, registration for the event will open on this page exactly today at 2pm.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Eclipse DemoCamp 2016!
The last DemoCamps have always been sold out. Due to legal reasons, we have a fixed limit for the room and cannot overbook. However, every year some places unfortunately remain empty.
Please unregister if you find you are unable to attend so we can invite participants from the waiting list. If you are not attending and have not unregistered, we kindly ask for a donation of 10 Euros to "Friends of Eclipse". Thank you in advance for your understanding!
If the event is sold out, you will be placed on the waiting list. You will be informed if a place becomes available, and you will need to confirm your attendance after we contact you.
If you are interested in giving a talk, please send your presentation proposal to
firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. There are always more proposals than slots in the agenda, so we will make a selection from submitted proposals.
05:30pm-06:00pm: Meet and Greet
06:05pm-6:30pm: The End of the worlds as we know it - AKA your last NullPointerException $1B bugs! - Michael Vorburger
06:30pm-6:45pm: Merging Industrial IoT and PLC Programming - Jose Cabral
06:45pm-7:10pm: Elevate your Eclipse IDE with Scripts (EASE) - Christian Pontesegger
07:10pm-07:25pm: EMF Forms Secret Features - Jonas Helming
08:00pm-8:20pm: Mashups in a web of things: why blinking a light is nearly the same to as controlling a plant - Johannes Hund, Matthias Kovatsch, Sebastian Käbisch
08:20pm-8:35pm: Extending Eclipse Che - An Experience Report - Mathias Hansen
08:35pm-08:50pm: Introduction in Blockchain & Smart Contracts with Eclipse - Christoph Langewisch
- 08:50-10:00pm: NETWORKING with beer, soft drinks & snacks