Eclipse DemoCamp Helios 2010 London

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Thursday, 17th June at The Skills Matter eXchange, London

Neil Bartlett, Zoë Slattery, Alex Blewitt and Ian Skerrett. will be speaking. Starts at 6:30 PM.

The Eclipse Foundation is organising another round of worldwide DemoCamps, this time to celebrate the release of Eclipse "Helios" (aka 3.6). Neil Bartlett is organising a London Camp.

Eclipse Democamp

The Eclipse Foundation is organising another round of worldwide DemoCamps, this time to celebrate the release of Eclipse "Helios" (aka 3.6).

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.

GOAT in 5 minutes

In this podcast, Zoe Slattery gives a brief introduction to GOAT. GOAT (a.k.a Graphical OSGi Analysis Tool) gives a way to visualise bundles and services in an OSGi framework.

Zoë Slattery

Zoë Slattery works for IBM in the UK and is a committer on the Apache Aries project. She is well known in the OSGi community and speaks regularly at events such as JAX/OSGi DevCon and the UK OSGi Users' Forum.


In this podcast, Alex Blewitt gave a talks on EGit. EGit is an Eclipse Team provider for the Git version control system. Alex started his talk with an introduction to Distributed Version Control System (DVCS) concepts, and gave a demo of the upcoming Git support in Eclipse.

Alex Blewitt

Eclipse guru, Mac fanatic and occasional fair weather pilot.

Eclipse Marketplace Client

In this podcast, Ian Skerrett demonstrates the Eclipse Marketplace Client, which offers an App Store-like experience for finding, installing and uninstalling plug-ins from the Eclipse Marketplace directly from your Eclipse IDE or Eclipse RCP-based product.

Ian Skerrett

Director of Marketing at the Eclipse Foundation

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.

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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

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

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The Skills Matter eXchange

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

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