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Eclipse DemoCamps Juno 2012/Vancouver

This is the second time I attended Eclipse DemoCamps. The last time was in 2009 and hold in UBC.
This time, they hold in the Camp in Vancouver Public Library, which is one block from my Company.

One of the Sponsor(SpringSource) provided very nice food and drink for the Supper. I enjoyed the Sushi and Pop alot.

We had a free communication during the break and i am glad to meet with the people from tasktop and SpringSource(the source of my favor Spring Framework).

SpringSource also leaked their maybe next generation IDE, but I just can not leak here :)

I also got a very nice Spring OEM USB disk, which is gorgeous for me as I am a Spring Fan.

I am happy with this Camp.

Go Eclipse Go.



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