Tasktop Technologies, VMware and the Eclipse Foundation co-hosted the Eclipse Juno DemoCamp in Vancouver. The event was a blast with great presentations, cool prizes and lots of opportunities for networking and making new friends. The event started off with an introduction from VMware’s Kris De Volder (seen on the right) and David Green, Tasktop’s VP of Engineering (seen on the left), who recapped Tasktop’s development over the last year since the last Eclipse DemoCamp.
The intro was followed by the main presentations:
|Reverb: Dynamic Bookmarks for Developers (Nick Sawadsky, UBC, Software Practices Lab)|
|Collage Framework and Code Markup Tools (Alex Bradley)|
|AVA: Assembly Visualization and Analysis. (Jennifer Baldwin & Yvonne Coady, University of Victoria)|
|jimu: Build sophisticated Android apps in minutes, using building blocks. (Linton Ye, jimu Labs)|
Seen below is a presentation by Yvonne Coady and Jennifer Baldwin (speaking over Skype) that proved that remote interaction can be engaging and fun:
The presentations closed with Linton Ye describing how jimu made Android app development easy:
After the event, the socializing continued at the nearby Library Square Pub. See More Photos from the event…
About Dominika Lacka
Dominika is Web and Marketing Manager at Tasktop where she's engaged in web and marketing strategy development and execution, tasktop.com website management and design, graphic design, webinar organization, and video production.