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Wednesday, December 11, 2013 - 08:00
The Eclipse Foundation, the host of the Eclipse M2M Working Group, is pleased to welcome three new companies as members of the working group. 2lemetry, Bitreactive, and M2M Alliance have all joined the working group to participate in building a collaborative M2M and IoT community.
We're happy to announce the 6th annual Eclipse Day at the Googleplex, taking place December 18, 2013. Great speakers such as Tim Fox and Eric Clayberg will be presenting at this year's event. View the full program and register.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 - 11:00
The September issue of the newsletter is now available. Read about how projects like Mylyn make it easier to integrate lifecycle tools from different sources and how it can be used with tools like Git, Gerrit and Hudson.
Thursday, September 19, 2013 - 21:54
The Eclipse Foundation is sponsoring another series of Eclipse DemoCamps during the month of November. We want to encourage
Eclipse community members to organize a DemoCamp in your home city. DemoCamps are a great way to build a local Eclipse community.
The Eclipse member companies are pleased to announce the Fall 2013 Training Series, taking place between Oct. 21 and Nov. 30, 2013. These training classes are an excellent opportunity for software developers and architects to learn more about Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), Eclipse4 RCP, Eclipse BIRT, Building OSGI/RCP applications with Maven/Tycho and Modeling Technologies.