Next weeks' DemoCamp will take place in Munich, Germany on Dec. 5.
The design contest is now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted a design.
Next weeks' DemoCamps include Berlin on Nov. 26, Bucharest on Nov. 28, Kassel and Boston on Nov. 29, and Vienna on Nov. 30.
Next weeks' DemoCamps include Bonn on Nov. 19, Dresden on Nov. 20, Toronto, Copenhagen, and Braunschweig on Nov. 21, Poznan on Nov. 22, Budapest and Pecs on Nov. 23, and Jarkata on Nov. 24.
The EclipseCon Call for Papers deadline is today! Submit your proposal now.
Next weeks' DemoCamps include Vancouver, Canada on November 13 and Hamburg, Germany on November 14.
Eclipse Day at the Googleplex was a success! Thank you to Google, the speakers, the attendees and everyone else who contributed!
This survey is now closed. Thank you to everyone who contributed!
The early registeration deadline for EclipseCon Europe is September 30. Register today to qualify for the discounted price.
The Eclipse member companies are pleased to announce the Fall 2012 Training Series. We are pleased to introduce two new courses, Eclipse4 RCP and Building OSGI/RCP with Maven/Tycho.
Machine-2-Machine (M2M) or the Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology area and industry that is growing very quickly, has a lot of great potential but I am not sure is understood very well by the software industry.
As is the tradition for the end of June, the Eclipse community celebrates the release of the annual Eclipse release train, this year code-named Juno. This is the ninth year the community has shipped a release train, and each year the release gets bigger. Juno represents the work of 72 project teams by 445 open source committers on 55 million lines of code, and the participation of 40+ Eclipse member companies.
Comme le veut la tradition de fin Juin, la communauté Eclipse célèbre la sortie simultanée d’Eclipse qui cette année se nomme Juno. Pour la 9ème année consécutive la communauté a mené à bon port cette version, toujours de plus en plus importante. Juno représente le travail de 72 équipes de projets impliquant 445 committers sur 55 millions de lignes de code, et la participation de plus de 40 organismes membres de la fondation Eclipse.