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authorRyan D. Brooks2011-04-22 16:29:48 -0400
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-See ../EclipseCon 2008.txt for more information
-
-jeff.c.phillips@boeing.com
-donald.g.dunne@boeing.com
-andrew.m.finkbeiner@boeing.com
-<a href="http://www.eclipse.org/osee">Open System Engineering Environment</a>
-
-422 submittions
-
-"Long Talk" is 50 minutes
-"Short Talk" is 10 minutes
-
-competitors, as Mike noted:
-
- You need to step out of your comfort zone as to what Eclipse is. It's no longer just about development tools. Eclipse now houses a wide range of "runtime" projects like application frameworks (service-oriented architecture (SOA) frameworks, etc.) or things one would expect to find in a Java application server.
-
- We've come up with a way to help multiple companies - including direct competitors - to work together on a level playing field to build next-generation platforms and then compete with the applications they build on top of this platform. In other words, they use Eclipse to collaborate on a platform and then compete on the products that run on the platform.
-
- Importantly, we're not just talking about enterprise software. In fact, Eclipse is now the standard for C/C++ development in the embedded/mobile market (the only real-time operating system company that hasn't standardized on Eclipse is Green Hills). So, in the mobile/embedded space we have Symbian, QNX, Wind River, Nokia, and others working together on common platforms, then aggressively competing on the products they build on top of these platforms.
-
-Submission Guidelines http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseCon_Submission_Guidelines
-Selection Guidelines http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseCon_Selection_Guidelines
-Talk Types http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=submissions/submissionspage2
-Category of Presentation http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=submissions/submissionspage3
-
-Engineering Environment [Industry Vertical]
-"Long Talk" - Don and Ryan
- integrated, open source
- saves millions on license fees
- unlike many proprietary competitors
-
-The Intrapreneural Spirit [Business]
-"Long Talk" - Don and Ryan
- how to get an open source project through a large corporation
- work with Eclipse foundation to find partners (GM)
- Earned value
- The education of an acedential C.E.O.
- integration around the data
- lean - deep integration
-
-Open System Engineering Environment: An Integrated Solution [Emerging Technologies]
-"Short Talk" - Jeff and Andy
- share BLAMs operations,
- GUI is auto-generated
- construct workflow from discovered operations
- put data from web and store in artifacts
-
-The Cure for Your Disconnected Toolset Headache [Tools]
-"Long Talk" - Don and Jeff
- eliminate redundant data entry
- Change Management
- OSEE Application Framework including Object-Oriented Persistence Layer
-
-Take Courage and Arm Yourself With The Right Tooling To Embrace Change [Tools]
-"Long Talk" - Jeff and Ryan
- scales from small project to enterprise level
- navigate traceability using skywalker (graphical aid in understanding the architecture)
- pre-configured database (our demo database)
- advanced searching
- import
- how to customize and extend (that opens their minds to possibilities)
- data versus document delivery (give the customer the tool with the data)
- Publishing
-
- individual requirement artifacts with fine grained (version, tracability)
- mention eclipse open source
- way to interact with audience
-
- Connectivity
-
-
-Top 10 Deployment Secrets They Don't Want You To Know [Other]
-"Long Talk" - Don and Andy
- supporting large number of users
- User experience and usability (HCI)
- lesson about non-sw developers using an eclipse based product
- general purpose is more complicated for the user than a limited scope tool
- Escape from processes
- (build workflow into the tool)
- how do you encourage adoption of new tool
- don't deploy and then leave for EclipseCon
+See ../EclipseCon 2008.txt for more information
+
+jeff.c.phillips@boeing.com
+donald.g.dunne@boeing.com
+andrew.m.finkbeiner@boeing.com
+<a href="http://www.eclipse.org/osee">Open System Engineering Environment</a>
+
+422 submittions
+
+"Long Talk" is 50 minutes
+"Short Talk" is 10 minutes
+
+competitors, as Mike noted:
+
+ You need to step out of your comfort zone as to what Eclipse is. It's no longer just about development tools. Eclipse now houses a wide range of "runtime" projects like application frameworks (service-oriented architecture (SOA) frameworks, etc.) or things one would expect to find in a Java application server.
+
+ We've come up with a way to help multiple companies - including direct competitors - to work together on a level playing field to build next-generation platforms and then compete with the applications they build on top of this platform. In other words, they use Eclipse to collaborate on a platform and then compete on the products that run on the platform.
+
+ Importantly, we're not just talking about enterprise software. In fact, Eclipse is now the standard for C/C++ development in the embedded/mobile market (the only real-time operating system company that hasn't standardized on Eclipse is Green Hills). So, in the mobile/embedded space we have Symbian, QNX, Wind River, Nokia, and others working together on common platforms, then aggressively competing on the products they build on top of these platforms.
+
+Submission Guidelines http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseCon_Submission_Guidelines
+Selection Guidelines http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseCon_Selection_Guidelines
+Talk Types http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=submissions/submissionspage2
+Category of Presentation http://www.eclipsecon.org/2008/?page=submissions/submissionspage3
+
+Engineering Environment [Industry Vertical]
+"Long Talk" - Don and Ryan
+ integrated, open source
+ saves millions on license fees
+ unlike many proprietary competitors
+
+The Intrapreneural Spirit [Business]
+"Long Talk" - Don and Ryan
+ how to get an open source project through a large corporation
+ work with Eclipse foundation to find partners (GM)
+ Earned value
+ The education of an acedential C.E.O.
+ integration around the data
+ lean - deep integration
+
+Open System Engineering Environment: An Integrated Solution [Emerging Technologies]
+"Short Talk" - Jeff and Andy
+ share BLAMs operations,
+ GUI is auto-generated
+ construct workflow from discovered operations
+ put data from web and store in artifacts
+
+The Cure for Your Disconnected Toolset Headache [Tools]
+"Long Talk" - Don and Jeff
+ eliminate redundant data entry
+ Change Management
+ OSEE Application Framework including Object-Oriented Persistence Layer
+
+Take Courage and Arm Yourself With The Right Tooling To Embrace Change [Tools]
+"Long Talk" - Jeff and Ryan
+ scales from small project to enterprise level
+ navigate traceability using skywalker (graphical aid in understanding the architecture)
+ pre-configured database (our demo database)
+ advanced searching
+ import
+ how to customize and extend (that opens their minds to possibilities)
+ data versus document delivery (give the customer the tool with the data)
+ Publishing
+
+ individual requirement artifacts with fine grained (version, tracability)
+ mention eclipse open source
+ way to interact with audience
+
+ Connectivity
+
+
+Top 10 Deployment Secrets They Don't Want You To Know [Other]
+"Long Talk" - Don and Andy
+ supporting large number of users
+ User experience and usability (HCI)
+ lesson about non-sw developers using an eclipse based product
+ general purpose is more complicated for the user than a limited scope tool
+ Escape from processes
+ (build workflow into the tool)
+ how do you encourage adoption of new tool
+ don't deploy and then leave for EclipseCon

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