On June 26, the Eclipse Foundation is presenting Galileo In Action - a virtual conference where you can interact with project leads involved in the release and see demos of the new features. The annual simultaneous release has now grown to 33 projects with over 24 million lines of code, contributed by committers around the world. With such a large global community, Eclipse wants to bring Galileo to you!
An Eclipse Application Developer Day (EADD) is being held in Karlsruhe, Germany on July 7, 2009. This full-day event will provide an opportunity for both new experienced Eclipse developers to learn more about the Eclipse platform and how it is being used in every day applications.
Anyware Technologies and the Eclipse Foundation are pleased to announce Eclipse Time, a 2-day event taking place in Toulouse, France, June 23-24, 2009.
Discover the Eclipse open source platform with business cases presented by experts. Eclipse Time features well-known speakers from the community including Eclipse Foundation members, software editors and companies that use Eclipse-based solutions. The event consists of a conference day followed by a full day of workshops.
To celebrate the Galileo release in June, the Eclipse Foundation is inviting individuals to attend Eclipse DemoCamps around the world. The DemoCamps are informal meetings where fans can present what theyre doing with Eclipse. Events are planned from May 18 to June 26 and locations are listed on the DemoCamp wiki.
The Eclipse Foundation is requesting your participation in a community survey. The intent of the survey is to better understand how individuals use development tools, use open source software and interact with the Eclipse community. The Eclipse Foundation plans to publish the survey results in June 2009.
ECLIPSECON 2009, SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 24, 2009 EclipseCon 2009, the sixth annual Eclipse community conference, opens today at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, Calif. The conference features the latest Eclipse developments and provides a forum for attendees to discuss key business and technical issues facing the community.
ECLIPSECON 2009, SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 24, 2009 The Eclipse Foundation announced the winners of its annual Eclipse Community Awards, which recognize the top individuals and products in the Eclipse community, yesterday on Monday, March 23, 2009. Recipients were honored at an awards ceremony yesterday on the opening day of EclipseCon 2009.
Congratulations to Chris Aniszczyk, Doug Gaff and Ed Merks for being re-elected as Committer representatives. Boris Bokowski will join them as a new Committer representative. Mike Taylor will be returning as a Sustaining Member representative, joined by the newly elected Hans-Joachim Brede, Hans Kamutzki and Shawn Pearce.
The Individual Awards recognize the people who have given their time to make Eclipse a vibrant and innovative community. Finalists were selected by their peers in an online vote. The selection of the Top Newcomer Evangelist is based on the individual that has answered the most questions raised on the eclipse.newcomer newsgroup.