Rajesh is the Lead Architect for Rational Project Conductor and a mentor for Agile Teams. As a Technology professional for more than 18 years, he has worked in various roles such as CTO, Architect and Senior Engineering Manager. While performing these roles, the focus has been on Enterprise Applications & Technology development based on Web Technologies and in domains such as Supply Chain Mgmt, Wireless Communications & Project and Portfolio Management. His research interests include Wireless Sensor Networks, Agile Methods, Massively Distributed Architectures & Renewable Energy.
He has a Masters in Computer Science from Univ. of North Carolina.
Bharathan K Rengan
Rational Application Developer - New Features
Bharath K Rengan is a Rational Technical Architect from IBM India. Bharath is a specialist in Architecture Management products such as RAD, RSA, RAM (Asset Manager) , RDZ (for z series)
G-Eclipse made Cloud easy!
Vyshnavi Movva is System Software engineer with about 3 years experience in Software development and testing. Her areas of interest include
Virtualization, Cloud computing and Systems Management. She has spoken on Virtualization,Cloud computing and opensource internal and external.
Rajyalakshmi D Marathu
G-Eclipse made Cloud easy!
Rajya Lakshmi is Software Engineer with 5 years of experience in IT and
currently working with IBM. She works on platform management technologies.
Her areas of interest mainly include Systems management and related
technologies and submitted papers internally on the same.
Prakash G R
Top 10 mistakes in Eclipse Plug-in Development
Prakash is the co-founder of Cypal Solutions, the first Indian company that gave trainings on Eclipse Plug-in development. In the past he has developed a compiler, worked in JEE Servers and lead the development of an ESB as well. He is the lead designer of IDEs & RCP apps in his previous jobs and is currently working with IBM for the Eclipse Platform UI team. He is very passionate about Eclipse and runs the Eclipse Tips site.
Extending the TPTP profiler
Built some cutting edge tooling for visualizing and editing Enterprise Integration Patterns. With expertise in EMF, GEF and GMF amongst many other technical interests. Current development is on IDE integrations in profiling aspects for an advanced CEP platform. Working as a senior member in the tools division of Progress Software India.
Let us Ship It!
Pradeep Balachandran is a Senior Manager with IBM leading the development of Eclipse, Jazz and RTC at India Software Lab. He setup the
first Eclipse open source development lab in this geography in 2008. He has
been with IBM Rational since 1995 and holds an M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering. His interests include Programming Language theory, Compilers,
UML and IDE integrations. He has been a part-time contributor to the
Eclipse P2 project.
Rich features of SWT DnD and Clipboard
Praveen is a committer of SWT. He has been working at IBM Software Labs since more than 4 years as the developer of SWT and Middleware products.
Create Splash Screen
Jagadeesh is a B.E Graduate in the field Electronics and Communication.
He joined as a fresher and has been working with BOSCH for the past couple of years. He also has been with the Plug-in development for the past 1 year.
Patterns in Eclipse
Madhu Samuel is an Eclipse Consultant and Trainer based in
Bangalore. He is passionate about coding. He is an Eclipse evangelist at heart and contributes to the eclipse GEF3D project during his free times. He blogs at I Like Eclipse and EclipseBible.
Enabling Modularization through OSGi and SpringDynamicModules
Mukul Kumar is working as System Software Engineer with India Software Labs, IBM. Out of a total work experience of 5 years, he spent more than 3 years developing web applications using Java, J2EE and related technologies and framework.
He is currently working involved in a product development team where in OSGi, SpringDM and Flex are main stream of interest and development.
XText â€“ a framework for developing domain specific programming languages
Prasad is a Senior Software Engineer at Progress Software,
Hyderabad and has 6 years of development experience. He works in IDE Development group for an Advanced Business Language developed by Progress and has expertise in modeling & tools development.
UI Patterns in Eclipse
What's new in JDT
Deepak Azad is a software developer with IBM Rational Software at the IBM Bangalore labs, and is currently a committer on the Eclipse JDT UI project. He also recently presented at EclipseCon 2010.
He obtained his BE in Computer Engineering from NSIT Delhi in 2007 and has been with IBM since then.
Single Sourcing using Rich Ajax Platform
Ankur Sharma has been trying to fix Eclipse PDE UI and Doc components for over a year now. Since there was no IPL in 2002, he decided to join software industry instead. He has batted successfully against various technologies such as datawarehousing, COM/DCOM, and Java. He is very forgetful so he keeps putting down his thoughts at "Eclipse PDE and Me".
Contributing to Eclipse and Community
An Eclipse enthusiast, working as JDT/Core contributor in the Eclipse team at IBM India Software Labs Bangalore since July 2009. Also promoting the eclipse@campus initiative to evangelize Eclipse in Indian universities. Graduated from IIT Roorkee with a B.Tech in Computer Science in May 2009. Was also part of the Extreme Blue internship programme of IBM (in Rational PurifyPlus) in the summer of 2008.
Chetan Kumar K
Dependency Injection in e4
A proactive member of the Eclipse ecosystem in
India, Chetan's tryst with software modeling and model driven architecture started with his work on XML. As a consequence, he developed a interest towards EMF, Object Binding, and Code Generation, besides a lot of affinity towards XML serialization and Model transformations. He enjoys digging deeper into Eclipse and blogs about his experience at PlanetEclipse.org. Chetan keeps a day job as software developer at Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions,
Lakshmi Priya Shanmugam
Top 3 SWT Exceptions
Lakshmi is working as a Software engineer in IBM,
Bangalore for more than 2 years. She is a committer in the Eclipse SWT team.
D. V. KamalNath
Performance Management of Plugin Projects
D.V.KamalNath has close to 4.5 yrs of total experience, with a core skill competency of Java & J2EE. For past 1.5 yrs he has been focusing on Eclipse plug-in development for various application development projects.
He is an Engineer from MVGR College of Engineering (Vijayanagaram) and post graduation he has been very interested in the research and development of technology enablers for present day issues.