We are happy to announce that the new name for the technology formerly known as Java EE is... Jakarta EE!
Featuring articles about Spring Tools, Gradle plugin (Buildship), Dirigible cloud platform, and EMF Parsley.
Take 10 minutes to complete the fourth annual IoT Developer survey!
Call for paper submissions are now open until March 19. We'll see you June 13 - 14 in Toulouse!
Announcing the EE.next working group to support the EE4J projects. Join the review process of the charter.
Submissions close Feb 8, so propose your talk now for FOSS4G NA 2018, May 14-16 in St. Louis
What's coming to the Eclipse Community in 2018? Read the newsletter to find out!
We are pleased to launch the fourth annual IoT Developer Survey! Complete the survey today.
We're happy to announce the Eclipse IoT Day Santa Clara, taking place May 14, in co-location with IoT World 2018.
Learn everything about Capella, an open source workbench that allows engineers to design complex systems.
LocationTech announces new project releases that provide core technology for geospatial big data analytic solutions.
Congratulations to the Top 12 teams who submitted the best proposals for the fourth Open IoT Challenge!
This newsletter is everything geospacial (LocationTech) + a featured article about creating video games.
One last week to submit your open IoT solution idea. You can then work on it until March 15. Submit now!
We are pleased to announce a strategic partnership between the Eclipse Foundation Europe and the City of Ludwigsburg that keeps EclipseCon Europe at the Forum am Schlosspark through 2019.
Bosch Software Innovations, CONTACT Software, Eurotech, fortiss GmbH, and InfluxData collaborate to demonstrate Product Performance Management.
The Eclipse Science Working Group, a working group of the Eclipse Foundation, today announced the new releases of five open source projects used by the scientific research community.
Learn about JUnit 5, e4 on JavaFX, scripting with EASE, embedded tools and Eclipse CDT, Ferret search tool, and software ethics.
What is EE4J? Will it become the brand that replaces Java EE? Read the blog post to find out.