1 DAY CONFERENCE

Eclipse DemoCamp 2009

Tuesday, 24th November at The Skills Matter eXchange, London

5 experts. will be speaking. Starts at 6:30 PM.

From November 1-30, 2009, we are inviting individuals to organize and attend Eclipse DemoCamps around the world.

Scala tooling for Eclipse

The scala tooling for Eclipse is based on the seamless integration with the eclipse Java tools. It provides many of the features eclipse users require in order to develop scala based applications.

Miles Sabin

Miles has been doing stuff with Scala for the last 10 years, most recently with Underscore and Precog. His best known project, the Scala generic programming library shapeless, is the weapon of choice wherever boilerplate needs to be scrapped or arities abstracted over.

JavaFX

In this session, Neil demonstrates the current progress and preview some up-coming features. He also showed how Java FX can take a modular form using OSGi for runtime which is based on original work by Johan Vos.

Neil Bartlett

Neil is a software developer, consultant and trainer specialising in Java, OSGi, Eclipse and Haskell. He is the founder and principal developer of Bndtools, the leading IDE for OSGi development. Neil works for Paremus Ltd in London.

Generic Data Acquisition

The GDA Project was initiated to build an extensible data acquisition toolkit which would allow easy plug-and-play construction of data acquisition software systems for, in the first instance, SR sources. GDA software is now in day-to-day use on several SRS stations.

CyanIDE 2

CyanIDE 2 comprises of a powerful set of development tools, based upon the new industry standard Eclipse environment and GCC toolchain. This includes an editor, full GCC compiler, simulator, GDB debugger, memory configurator and in-system programmer.

Eclipse Ecosystem

Ralph Mueller's role at the Eclipse Foundation is focused on growing the Eclipse Ecosystem across Europe.

The Skills Matter eXchange

Located just a five minute walk from Barbican and Old Street Stations and a 15 minute walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations, the Skills Matter eXchange provides a great selection of event spaces with all the facilities you need for a vibrant, interactive and successful Tech Event.

How to contact Skills Matter

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Fantastic space for your Tech event

Whether you are organising a hackathon, an (un)conference, a training course, product launch or meeting, our experienced event team loves to help you make your event stand out!

Fully equipped, with well working WIFI and projection facilities, and with AV, power points and white boards available in most of our space, the Skills Matter eXchange provides:

  • one auditorium, seating up to 125 people (theatre style)

  • two spacious event-, or training rooms, each seating up to 70 people theatre style or 25 people class room style

  • one bright training or meeting room, seating up to 14 class room style or 18 Board room style)

  • one training or meeting room, seating up to 8 people class room or Board room style.

  • two funky break-out areas serving complementary coffee & tea throughout your event.

How can we help organise your event?

We'd love to find out how we can help make your event stand out! Contact us with your requirements - and our experienced events team will start working with you, to make it happen!

Get in touch with us today!

  • Phone: +44 (0) 207 183 9040

  • Email: info@skillsmatter.com

  • Address: Skills Matter, 116-120 Goswell Road, London, EC1V 7DP

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The Skills Matter eXchange

116-120 Goswell Road, London, EC1V 7DP, GB


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