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EclipseCon 2005 Announces Conference Keynotes
OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA - November 8, 2004 - The Eclipse Foundation announced that industry experts Tim O'Reilly, CEO of O'Reilly Media, a popular speaker on the impact of the open-source movement, Urs Hoelzle, Vice President of Engineering for Google, and Lee Nackman, CTO of IBM Rational Software will be featured as keynote speakers for EclipseCon 2005. In addition, plenary sessions will feature Eclipse community leaders, Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director of Eclipse Foundation, John Wiegand and Erich Gamma, Eclipse Platform PMC Leaders and others discussing the latest developments and future directions of the Eclipse Platform and the Eclipse community.
The second annual EclipseCon conference will be held February 28, 2005 - March 3, 2005 at the Hyatt Regency, Burlingame, CA, USA. The conference program will appeal to beginners through advanced users and developers of Eclipse based applications as well as architects and other technology decision makers. The program consists of over 20 tutorials and 3 days of technical sessions organized into three themes: 1) Understanding Eclipse Projects, 2) Using Eclipse Tools and 3) Experiences Using Eclipse. Tutorial and session topics will include the Eclipse Platform, Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT), Rich Client Platform (RCP), Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF), Test and Performance, Web Tools, Java and C/C++ IDE, Business Intelligence and Reporting, and many more. More information about the conference program can be found at www.eclipsecon.org.
Registration and hotel information are available at www.eclipsecon.org.
Discounts on the conference fee are offered for registration before January
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