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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

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