Gather Again at EclipseCon 2022

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Gather Again at EclipseCon 2022

Next month, we're hosting the first in-person EclipseCon since 2019! As we continue preparing for four jam-packed days of collaboration, learning, and community-building, our September newsletter tees up a few of the topics and themes we'll explore in Ludwigsburg. 

Our Community Updates section also features important information about registration, and what to expect on Community Day and Hacker Day. We hope to see you there.

Enjoy the read,
Shanda Giacomoni
Manager, Marketing & Communications


Eclipse Ditto Uses Digital Twins to Enable IoT Interoperability

Learn how Eclipse Ditto is supporting Eclipse IoT's mission to build and promote the software, standards, and collaboration models needed for open IoT architecture.
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Realizing the Potential of Cloud Native Serverless Jakarta EE

Payara CEO Steve Millidge explains the many myths and misconceptions that surround serverless and cloud native processes, and how they relate to Jakarta EE.
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The Return of Face-to-Face EclipseCon
is Great News for Our Community

Eclipse Foundation VP of Ecosystem Development Gaël Blondelle sat down to discuss the return of in-person events and what we have to look forward to at this year’s EclipseCon.
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Committer Profile
Bernd Hufmann

Get to know Bernd Hufmann, a project co-lead for the Eclipse and Eclipse Trace Compass projects, and a software developer at Ericsson AB.
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Community Updates

Last Chance for Early EclipseCon Registration

EclipseCon 2022 tickets are going fast! Register by September 30 to receive the early bird discount. Read More->


Jakarta EE 10 is Here to Usher in the Era of Cloud Native Java

Jakarta EE 10 introduces features for building modernized, simplified, and lightweight cloud native Java applications. Read More->


Connect With Your Community During EclipseCon’s Community Day

Monday, October 24 at EclipseCon is by the community, for the community. Take a look at the Community Day programRead More->


Download the 2022 Jakarta EE Developer Survey Report

The results of our 2022 Jakarta EE Developer Survey reveal that there is growing confidence in the Jakarta EE ecosystem.  Read More->


Share Your Ideas at EclipseCon Hacker Day

Hacker Day at EclipseCon 2022 is your chance to play with IoT devices, work on servers, test the interoperability of your products, and share your ideas.  Read More->

New Projects

Eclipse Leda Incubator provides a place for experimental components from the software-defined vehicle ecosystem. Read More ->
Eclipse Backend function Bindings (BfB) provides a protocol and technology agnostic interface specification in the ecosystem of mobility and automotive applications. Read More ->
Eclipse ADAAA provides an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Demo Application for the Adaptive AUTOSAR standards. Read More ->
Eclipse Chariott aims to develop a metadata-driven middleware/abstraction layer that allows modern programming models to target in-vehicle functions, providing a common way to access the vehicle hardware and sensors, while enhancing the developer journey. Read More ->
Eclipse eCAL provides a middleware that enables scalable, high performance interprocess communication on a single computer node or between different nodes in a computer network. Read More ->
Eclipse Muto provides an adaptive framework and a runtime platform for dynamically composable model-driven ROS software stacks on autonomous vehicles and robots in general. Read More ->

New Releases

Upcoming Events

Java und Eclipse Grundkurs / Basics
November 7-9, 2022

BCX: Eclipse Software Defined Vehicle
November 7-9, 2022

Bosch Connected World 2022
November 9-10, 2022

RISC-V Summit
December 12-15, 2022

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