Early-Bird Deadline for EclipseCon 2021 Proposals Is June 1
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. With 10 different topics to choose from, there’s a track for every type of open source talk.
Last year, 80 percent of our early-bird talk selections finished in the top half of session viewership results, and one early-bird selection finished second overall.
If you’ve never attended EclipseCon, it’s our annual conference where open source developers, architects, and business leaders learn about Eclipse Foundation technologies, share ideas, discuss common challenges, and spark innovation.
This year’s event is virtual and will take place October 25-28. We look forward to connecting the Eclipse Foundation ecosystem and bringing together some of the world’s brightest minds in open source.
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