Supporting the Java Community With Eclipse Adoptium

Supporting the Java Community With Eclipse Adoptium

Welcome to the first Eclipse community newsletter of 2023! While we've been putting out new monthly editions of the newsletter for a decade now, there are several new technologies and communities we're excited to explore this year.  

First up, we're taking a look at what's new in the Eclipse Adoptium Working Group, and spotlighting two of Adoptium's subprojects: Eclipse Migration Toolkit for Java and Eclipse AQAvit.

Enjoy the read,
Shanda Giacomoni
Manager, Marketing & Communications


Eclipse Adoptium: 2022 in Review and 2023 Roadmap

Eclipse Adoptium community manager Carmen Delgado reviews major milestones for Adoptium and its subprojects in 2022, and explains why 2023 could be an even bigger year.
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Eclipse AQAvit Provides Comprehensive Quality Assurance for Java

Eclipse AQAvit project lead Shelley Lambert explains how AQAvit answers key questions that enterprises have about software quality, and the benefits of contributing to the project.
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EMT4J Simplifies the Transition From JDK 8 to 11 or 17

Eclipse Migration Toolkit for Java project lead Denghui Dong breaks down the project's architecture and the seven step process Java developers can follow to enable the use of EMT4J.
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Committer Profile
 George Adams

Learn how the Adoptium Steering Committee chair got started in open source, and how Adoptium got started at the Eclipse Foundation.
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Community Updates

Register for the Jakarta EE Track at Devnexus 2023

For the first time, the longest running Java conference in the United States will feature a track entirely dedicated to Jakarta EE. 
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New Research Programs Under European Commission

The Eclipse Foundation recently secured three new research programs under the Horizon Europe program. Read More->


Join the Eclipse Foundation Team

There are currently multiple opportunities to join the Eclipse Foundation team as a software engineer. Read More->


Share Your Work With the Community

Whether it's a demo, presentation, or panel discussion, webinars offer an ideal way to showcase your projects and technologies to the broader Eclipse Foundation community.
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Why Developers Should Enable Two-Factor Authentication

There is a simple, easy, and free measure that every open source developer can take to help secure the open source software supply chain. Read More->

New Projects

Eclipse Semantic Modeling Framework (ESMF) provides exactly the means for defining the semantics of different aspects of information aka submodels provided via digital twins. Read More ->
Eclipse MoEc provides an open software development kit (SDK) for infrastructure-based planning, motion, parking and charging solutions within the Software Defined Vehicle ecosystem. Read More ->
Eclipse OpenSmartCLIDE is based on Eclipse Theia, which provides all of the tools necessary for development. Read More ->
Eclipse DROPS delivers an open platform for managing, designing, executing and monitoring secured deployment processes and pipelines. Read More ->
Eclipse ArchE provides a tool for Architecture Modeling following aN MBSE approach instead of having a heterogeneous environment of various tools to break high-level stakeholder requirements down to modeled software components that run a car. Read More ->

New Releases

Upcoming Events

EU Open Source Policy Summit
February 3, 2023

February 4-5, 2023

JFokus 2023
February 6-8, 2023

ARC Industry Forum
February 6-9, 2023
FOSS Backstage 2023
March 13-14, 2023

Embedded World 2023
March 14-16, 2023

JavaLand 2023
March 21-23, 2023

SDV Community Day Lisbon
March 29-30, 2023

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