Most Popular Speakers and Sessions at EclipseCon 2013

There were a lot of great speakers and sessions at EclipseCon 2013. Based on the evaluations from attendees and estimate crowd sizes for each session, I am please to present the top 10 speakers and top 10 most popular sessions.

Most Popular Sessions

(Based on a rough count of attendees by the room monitor.)

  1. The Art of Java Performance Tuning – Ed Merks
  2. Modern UIs with JavaFX, OSGi, and e4 and the tooling provided by e(fx)clipse – Tom Schindl
  3. Code Recommenders: Developers come and go but the code remains – Andreas Sewe and Marcel Bruch
  4. Deploying Heterogeneous Artifacts to the Cloud with OSGi - Neil Bartlett
  5. >Shake that FUD; How to migrate your Eclipse 3 legacy code to Eclipse 4 - Wim Jongman and Lars Vogel
  6. EMF Dos and Don’ts – Maximilian Koegel and Edgar Mueller
  7. Xtended JavaFX - Sven Efftinge and Thomas Schindl
  8. Injection in Eclipse 4: All you need to know about it - Oliver Prouvost
  9. Bling: The GPU powered Game IDE – Tony McCrary
  10. Eclipse 4 Goes Formal: API You Can Rely On: – Eric Moffatt

Complete Results

Most Popular Speakers

(Based on attendee evaluations.  To make the list, the session needed to receive feedback from at least 15 attendees. This is a completely arbitrary number I selected since I wanted to make sure there was enough feeback from a variety of people.)

  1. Sven Efftinge and Thomas Schindl – Xtended JavaFX
  2. Dan Mezick – Scrum: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  3. Sven Efftinge – Internal DSLs with Xtend
  4. Eike Stepper – Now that I’ve Got a Model – Where’s my Application?
  5. Max Rydahl Andersen – A tale about a Big SVN to Git Migration
  6. Wim Jongman and Lars Vogel – Shake that FUD; How to migrate your Eclipse 3 legacy code to Eclipse 4
  7. Emilio Palmiero and Pascal Rapicault – Building an in-house Eclipse support team
  8. Tamar Cohen – NASA uses Eclipse RCP applications for experiments on the International Space Station
  9. Thomas Schindl – Modern UIs with JavaFX, OSGi, and e4 and the tooling provided by e(fx)clipse

(tied for 9th)

Complete Results

 

There were a lot of other great speakers and sessions at EclipseCon.  Thank you to all the speakers who made the conference a great experience!

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