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We are pleased to announce the  Eclipse Day at the Googleplex, being held on August 26 at the Googleplex in Mountain View CA.   Each year we put together an agenda the includes Eclipse and Google related topics.  This year we are featuring talks about Android, Helios, GWT, EGit, Linux Tools, Eclipse 4.0, EMF, XText and much more.    It is shaping up to be another great agenda.

New this year, we are going to experiment with an Eclipse Ignite session.  We want to give everyone an opportunity to present on their Eclipse related topic.  The Ignite format is a great way to inform people about a specific topic.   The format gives each presenters, 5 minutes, 20 slides and the slides automatically change every 15 seconds.  It can also be a fun way to finish a day. :-)    Details on signing up as an Ignite speaker are on the wiki.

There is no cost to attend the Eclipse Day at the Googleplex but you do need to pre-register.   Each year we have had a full house, so I would suggest you register early.  I hope to see you there.


From http://ianskerrett.wordpress.com/2010/06/11/eclipse-day-at-the-googleplex-2010-edition/

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