When dealing with low-level code, the ability to inspect the state of memory as a program unfolds is a critical tool in a developer’s toolbox. To make that process as accessible as possible, we’ve been working at Ericsson to improve the capabilities of the Theia CPP Extension's cpp-debug-extension, and we are excited to make that work available to the open source community.
Eclipse Foundation Launches the Adoptium Working Group for Multi-Vendor Delivery of Java Runtimes for Enterprises
It has been a couple of months since we announced the move of your favorite Specification Organization to the Eclipse Foundation. We have been silent since, but this does not mean that we have been inactive. So we want to use this chance to give you a brief update on the current state of affairs.
We are pleased to announce the results of the Eclipse Foundation Contributing Member and Committer Member elections for representatives to our Board of Directors. These positions are a vitally important part of the Eclipse Foundation's governance.
Today, OpenHW Group and Mitacs announced OpenHW Accelerate, a $22.5M multi-year co-funded research program, the world’s first open-source hardware research program of its kind.
Since I last published a community update post in October, we’ve been busy in many areas focused on raising the profile of the Working Group and providing assistance to our projects. I would like to highlight a few notable updates.