Sunday, January 28, 2007

Modeling @ EclipseCon 2007

There's quite a bit of modeling content at this year's EclipseCon, so I hope you can make it. Ed and I are still in the process of deciding Short Talks and Demos, but the Tutorials and Long Talks are wrapped up.

This year's Program Committee consisted of 20 PMC members and distinguished members of the community who reviewed hundreds of submissions across 18 tracks. Modeling has its own track, although it's not so easy to identify the tracks in the online table view (note: send a feature request). Fortunately, Joana Trindade created a Recommended Track that focuses on modeling. I created my own personal track using Bjorn's nifty shopping cart-style interface.

If you're interested in tutorials, you'll have to decide between 2 all-day modeling tutorials: Effective use of the Eclipse Modeling Project and MDSD from frontend to code using Eclipse modeling technologies. I won't bother to list the rest of what's available here, so I encourage you to take a look at the full program.

Some of the expected highlights of EclipseCon this year are the excellent keynotes, including one by Scott Adams (Dilbert), and some interesting panels (you've gotta love this title: What sucks about Eclipse). Of course, with over 200 sessions including more than 50 tutorials, it promises to be a great conference. Be sure to register!


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