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EclipseCon 2008: 2 1/2 weeks remaining to propose a talk or tutorial! [message #116866] Wed, 31 October 2007 11:54
Paul Slauenwhite is currently offline Paul Slauenwhite
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TPTP Community,

There are only 2 1/2 weeks remaining to propose a talk or tutorial! If you
are interested in proposing a talk or tutorial in the Test and Performance
category of EclipseCon 2008, please:

1) Review the EclipseCon 2008 Submission Guidelines:

http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseCon_Submission_Guidelines

2) Submit your talk or tutorial:

http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/index.php?page=submissions

The presentation types include:

-Tutorial: A two hour presentation, with coding and/or a hands on workshop.

-Long Talk: An one hour presentation that goes into detail and/or
demonstration on a topic.

-Short Talk: A five to ten minute presentation that covers the highlights of
a topic.

-Posters: Posters are presented at the poster reception session.

-Birds of a Feather (BoF): BoF meetings are informal one-and-a-half-hour
gatherings of people who want to talk about a particular topic.

The important dates are:

-November 19, 2007: Submission deadline.

-December 10, 2007: Tutorials, Long Talks, and Short Talks selected.

-January 19, 2008: Submissions open for posters and BoFs.

We have also provided some suggested topics:

Methodologies:

-Testing and/or performance tuning Java and/or Eclipse applications.

-Best practices for testing and/or performance tuning Java and/or Eclipse
applications.

Tools:

-Open-source test and performance tools for Eclipse.

-Eclipse-based test and performance tools.

TPTP:

-Introductory:

-Introduction t-the TPTP testing, profiling, and monitoring tools.

-Profiling:

-Using the TPTP JVMTI Profiler for performance tuning Eclipse applications.

-Profiling Java applications using the TPTP JVMTI Profiler.

-Monitoring:

-Problem determination using the TPTP Log and Trace Analyzer.

-Using the TPTP Log and Trace Analyzer for isolating problems in Eclipse
applications.

-Testing:

-Using the TPTP Test tools for testing Eclipse applications.

-Testing Java applications using the TPTP Test tools.

-Testing more efficiently using the TPTP Test tools.

-Test automation using the TPTP Test tools.

-Testing TPTP with the TPTP Test tools.

-Extending:

-Extending TPTP testing, profiling, and monitoring tools.

-Using and/or extending TPTP testing, profiling, and monitoring tools in
other Eclipse projects.

-Miscellaneous:

-'Top-10' benefits of TPTP.

-What's ahead in TPTP 4.5.

-Reshaping the TPTP project.


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