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The Eclipse Foundation is a sponsor of the Handelsblatt GovTech Gipfel Conference 2021, a one-day virtual conference that unites political and government technology leaders in Germany.
Tobias Erdle has only been an Eclipse Foundation committer for a couple of years, and the role came to him somewhat unexpectedly, but he has wholeheartedly embraced the opportunity to be more involved. Discover Tobias’ path to becoming a committer and his goals for the Jakarta MVC specification.
The Jakarta EE Working Group has released the Jakarta EE 9.1 Platform and Web Profile specifications and related Technology Compatibility Kits (TCKs).
If you work with Java, please take a few minutes to complete the Jakarta EE Developer Survey by May 31. The survey results could influence your next Java development decisions.
Read the new white paper from the Eclipse Edge Native Working Group to learn more about EdgeOps, its role in edge computing, and the Eclipse Foundation projects enabling EdgeOps.
The Eclipse ioFog 2.0 release makes it faster and easier to develop production-grade edge applications and manage edge AI deployments. Here’s how.
Submit your proposal for an EclipseCon 2021 talk by June 1 for a chance to be one of the first five talks selected and have your talk highlighted in the event program.