Eclipse DemoCamp - July 12, 2010 Darmstadt

Eclipse DemoCamp

Eclipse 3.6 was once again published as a Helios release in a joint release of 39 projects, June 23, 2010 by the Eclipse Foundation. Worldwide DemoCamps offering interesting demonstrations with Eclipse technologies are held for this reason.

For the current program go to:

The agenda includes the following topics, among others:

  • Eclipse e4  the next generation
  • Maven/Tycho: Build processes for Eclipse/OSGi
  • IDE 2.0: Code Search
  • Eclipse Bespin: IDE in the browser
  • Home Automation with OSGi
  • Eclipse EGit: the CVS successor

and a report on what an Eclipse Committer does all day long.


The TechTalk will be held in German.

The event is held at Deutsche Telekom AG, Products & Innovation in Darmstadt.
Anyone interested can register directly in Eclipse-Wiki or simply with a formless e-mail with name/company to by July 12, 2010 at the latest. Attendance is free, as always.

The event begins at 5 pm. The Demo Camp will once again be followed by a cozy wind-up with snacks and drinks.

Info for getting there and parking in Darmstadt

You can use the visitor parking spaces at Products & Innovation. In T-Online-Allee 1 the entrance to the underground car park is at the end of the street (facing south – stay right at entrance), where you can report as a visitor for the TechTalk and use the signposted visitor parking spaces (follow the magenta arrows in the underground car park; then take the elevator to the first floor).
You will be shown the way into the forum at visitor reception.

About TechTalk

With the TechTalk format, the Developer Garden – Telekom's developers' platform – offers a discussion forum for developer topics and trends in technology. The events begin with presentations and demonstrations from experts. The floor is then opened for questions and discussions. Afterwards, you can meet the speakers and other participants at the buffet, exchanging ideas and making new contacts.

TechTalks are currently taking place in Berlin and Darmstadt. And if you can't make it in person, you can follow the presentations as a live stream and participate in the online chat. We also post videos of the events on our YouTube channel afterwards.

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