It’s that time of the year again. Although it will be my fifth EclipseCon, it’s still as exciting as the first one, getting there, meet the community, discover and listen to the new stuff.
Can’t wait to see you there! Oh and I’ll fly FRA-YYC-SFO this time because it will be SFO-YYZ-FRA on my way back with an overnight stay in downtown Toronto (Friday, March 26th). I’m really looking forward to meet old friends there. 🙂
There is only one guy in the universe that – despite traveling a lot recently – can deliver two tutorials on the same day at the same time.
I’m wondering now if modeling solved the problem of cloning. Anyway, I just registered today to be there and watch that happening. 🙂
I’m in Frankfurt already. My plane will leave tomorrow at 10am Frankfurt time. Thus, I should be in the Hyatt in the afternoon. 🙂
Update, March 21, 5:30pm local time … I’m there.
Well, that’s what one could say if you look at my Wordle. 😉
A few Ctrl+R unveiled some interesting facts. 🙂
I’m sitting in the RT symposium and it’s a nice group. It’s not too crowded. Unfortunately, there weren’t many position papers. I think that’s a bad. Putting together a position paper is not too much work. Everybody attending a symposium should do so.
Anyway, the agenda that Jeff, Martin and Heiko came up with is great. Based on some questions they asked before the symposium they defined topics and also attached time slots to it. At the end, there will be a fishbowl. I don’t know what that is but Jeff’s description sounded interesting.
The crowd is mixed. There are people from many different countries and companies and I heard one guy saying Microsoft. It’s also great to see a lot new faces which actually means that the topic is really attracting new people. 🙂