Once again, the EclipseCon program committee had too difficult of a time picking five early-bird selections from the 100+ submissions, so we cheated and picked 6! Congratulations to the following sessions for submitted their proposal early and which have now been selected and will become part of the program:
- Tamar Cohen, Standard Talk, “NASA Ames uses Eclipse RCP for real-time situational awareness of remote robots”
- Jason Van Zyl, Extended Tutorial, “Building Eclipse plugins and RCP applications with Tycho, Nexus & Hudson”
- Glyn Normington, Standard Talk, “Donating a mature project to Eclipse”
- Benjamin Muskalla and Steffen Pingel, Standard Talk, “Tired of CVS? Pimp your productivity with Git, Gerrit, Hudson and Mylyn”
- Kiran Chittargi, Extended Talk, “‘Flying High’ with OSGi and Open Source”
- Marc Khouzam, Patrick Chuong, Dobrin Alexiev, Extended Talk, “Staying ahead of the multi-core revolution with CDT debug”
Thank you everyone and here’s a reminder that the deadline for submissions is November 30, 2010.
Don’t let this next deadline pass you by as the Program Committee is eagerly awaiting your submissions!