Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors
Chris Aniszczyk Elected Committer Representative
Chris is a software architect by trade with a passion for software
evangelism, open source, and building communities. At Twitter, he's
responsible for creating their open source program office and
managing their open source efforts. He sits on the Eclipse Architecture
Council and on the Eclipse Technology PMC. In a previous life, he led
and hacked on many eclipse.org
linux related projects. In his spare time, you'll find him doing yoga,
writing, running or cycling. You can read his
or find him tweeting
Jutta Bindewald SAP SE
Jutta joined SAP in 1993 as a software developer. She has worked in various areas of SAP’s technology
platform, ranging from R/2 over R/3 to NetWeaver Java. Currently Jutta is working as Development
Manager, leading the Java Persistence team. Additionally, she takes care of many Open Source related
topics like Eclipse Long-Term Support. Jutta holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Technical
University of Darmstadt.
Stefan Ferber Robert Bosch GmbH
Sebastien Gerard CEA LIST
Wenbin He OpenText Analytics
Chris Holmes Elected Sustaining Member Representative
Chris Holmes started his career as lead developer of GeoServer
and then founded OpenGeo (operating now as Boundless
), providing commercial support for a suite of open source geospatial software projects. He currently works at Planet Labs
, a startup that builds and operates the largest constellation of earth imaging satellites, with over 100 successfully launched to date. At Planet Labs Chris serves as the Product Architect, where he sits at the nexus of technology and business, leading product management and strategy. He also sits on the boards of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
and Brave New Software
, and serves as an advisor to CartoDB
. Chris previously was a Fulbright Scholar in Zambia, served on the board of the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Association and was a founding board member of the Open Source Geospatial Consortium (OSGeo).
Pat Huff IBM
Pat Huff is a Program Director in IBM Rational, responsible for Open Source and Eclipse. Pat manages an Open Source Center of Competency and the relationship between the IBM product development community and Eclipse. Pat has a long history of producing software development tools and frameworks, and in introducing open source and agile programming concepts into corporate infrastructures. His current interests lie in realizing Open Source's potential in commercially successful offerings. In addition to his board duties, Pat is the Chair of the Eclipse IP Advisory Committee and the co-chair of the Eclipse Long term Support Industry Working Group.
Tyler Jewell Codenvy, S.A.
Tyler is founder and CEO of Codenvy
a partner with Toba Capital managing investments in middleware
and application development. He sits on the boards of WSO2, Sauce Labs, ShiftMobility, and eXo Platform.
He has investments in ZeroTurnaround, InfoQ, Cloudant, SourceGraph, and AppHarbor. He is the author of three
books on Java, including OReilly's Java Web Services and was BEA's chief evangelist starting in 1999.
Etienne Juliot OBEO
Etienne Juliot is co-founder and vice president of Obeo, a software editor focused on Model Driven solutions.
He is a senior software architect with a strong experience in IT and embedded systems architecture. He is involved in several Eclipse projects
(Sirius, Acceleo, EMF Compare,
SCA, UML Generators, Mylyn, ...) and is a steering committee member
Finally, Etienne manages international and strategic collaborations with large companies on system engineering and enterprise architecture needs.
Follow @ejuliot on Twitter.
Mik Kersten Elected Sustaining Member Representative
Dr. Mik Kersten is the CEO of Tasktop Technologies, creator and leader of the Eclipse Mylyn open source project and
inventor of the task-focused interface. As a research scientist at Xerox PARC, Mik implemented the first aspect-oriented
programming tools for AspectJ. He created Mylyn and the task-focused interface during his PhD in Computer Science at the
University of British Columbia. Mik has been an Eclipse committer since 2002, is an elected member of the Eclipse Board of
Directors and serves on the Eclipse Architecture and Planning councils. Mik's thought leadership on task-focused collaboration
makes him a popular speaker at software conferences, and he was voted a JavaOne Rock Star speaker in 2008 and 2009. Mik enjoys
building tools that offload our brains and make it easier to get creative work done.
Follow @mik_kersten on Twitter
Markus Knauer Innoopract GmbH
Dennis Leung Oracle
Dennis Leung is Vice-President of Development for Oracle Fusion Middleware, leading the development teams for the
award-winning Oracle TopLink product, Eclipse Dali, and EclipseLink projects. Dennis has been involved in
providing enterprise data solutions for over 14 years and also has a background in telecommunications. He
holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of British Columbia and a Master of
Business Administration from Queens University.
Paul Lipton CA Technologies
Paul Lipton is an Advisor and Senior Architect in CA where he leads the CA Industry Standards and Open Source
Program in the Office of the CTO. Paul has been an architect and developer of enterprise systems for over 20
years. He has also participated in many standards organizations including OASIS and the W3C, and serves on the
Board of Directors of the DMTF. Paul is a founding member of the CA Council for Technical Excellence, where he
chairs the Emerging Technology Committee and also leads a project focused on leveraging Web 2.0 to improve
research collaboration. He is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional and a Sun Java Champion. Paul is a
highly sought-after author and speaker, and has shared his knowledge with appreciative audiences around the world
covering topics such as industry standards, SOA, open source, technical innovation, enterprise architecture,
social computing, virtualization, Web services, management/security, governance, autonomic computing, Web 2.0
and many other emerging technologies.
Ed Merks Elected Committer Representative
Ed Merks leads the Eclipse Modeling Framework
project and co-leads the Eclipse
project along with Rich Gronback from Borland. He is a
coauthor of the authoritative book EMF: Eclipse Modeling Framework
which is nearing completion of a second edition. He is interested in all aspects
of Eclipse modeling and its applications. He is well recognized for his
dedication to the Eclipse community, posting literally thousands of newsgroup
answers each year. He is also an active blogger
. He spent 16 years
at IBM, achieving the level of Senior Technical Staff Member after completing
his Ph.D. at Simon Fraser Univeristy. His experience in modeling
technology spans 25 years.
Wolfgang Neuhaus itemis AG
Wolfgang Neuhaus is a co-founder and member of the board of itemis AG. Previously
he was Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Brockhaus AG and headed a team of
80 software developers and consultants.
Wolfgang earned a degree in Computer Science from the University of
Dortmund in 1995. He has extensive practical experience in introducing and
implementing Model Driven Software Development, which is his core focus.
He is a well-known journal-published writer, an IT conference speaker,
and is responsible for the company's technical vision and for the
cooperation with research institutes.
He also is a member of the strategy committee for software intensive
embedded systems of BITKOM.
Shawn Pearce Google Inc.
Shawn Pearce is a software engineering manager in Google's Open Source Programs Office, where he leads Git related tool development. After being a long-time contributor to the Git version control system, Shawn founded the EGit and JGit projects at Eclipse, and the Gerrit Code Review project as an off-shoot of the Android Open Source Project
. At Google, Shawn and his team continue to develop innovative improvements for Git and Gerrit Code Review.
Max Rydahl_Andersen Red Hat, Inc.
Max Rydahl Andersen is leading the development of JBoss Tools and Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio and have several years working with Eclipse from both outside and inside of eclipse.org. His main interests for Eclipse.org is to keep the Eclipse IDE a viable platform for building desktop based tooling while also getting involved in offering a complementary cloud and web-based tooling offering.
Dominique Toupin Ericsson AB
Dominique Toupin is managing Engineering and IT tools at Ericsson where he has a passion
for productivity in the development of a broad range of systems, from general purpose databases
to real-time and specialized systems. He enjoys open innovations and creating significant technology
improvements by collaborating with different types of companies, creating research projects and open
source initiatives. At Eclipse he is Chairman of PolarSys, Director at the Foundation’s Board of
Directors, he is behind many significant improvements in CDT,
EGerrit, EMF Compare,
Linux Tools, Papyrus,
Trace Compass, and has managed the CDT/TraceCompass/LinuxTools/PTP and modeling summits.