I've been dreaming about an Eclipse DemoCamp in Israel for some time now. I tried to arrange one last year for Ganymede, but with very little success. This year we are in luck, because the initiative is coming from my good friends at Zend Technologies. Zend, the company behind the immensely successful PHP language, is one of the champions of open source software. Zend actively participates in the Eclipse community, especially in two sub-projects: the Dynamic Languages Toolkit (DLTK) and PHP Development Tools (PDT).
We have plenty of time until the planned date, June 25th, nevertheless, if you are in Israel, I invite you to sign up today and let us know you are coming. You are also invited to present a short session.
To give you a better reason to come: I'll be giving a presentation titled "Eclipse 3.5 Hidden Treasures". Last year, I wrote an article on my blog and on Eclipse Zone titled "Eclipse 3.4 Hidden Treasures". If you google "Eclipse 3.4" this is the 4th result, the first result which is not from eclipse.org. It was one of the top 10 articles of EclipseZone in 2008. I intend to write another article for Galileo and present it at the DemoCamp. Hopefully, this year I will win the Eclipse jacket (as I should've last year, but I'm not bitter :-).
Naturally, I will be presenting nWire, too.
See you there.