Adopter projects such as logi.CLOUD both benefit from and strengthen the Eclipse Cloud DevTools ecosystem. Find out how by downloading our new adopter story.
The world’s largest open source IoT community reveals developer trends focused on edge computing, AI, and security, with results detailing platform use, developer concerns, target markets, and more.
Zenoh Bahamut features an improved and streamlined API for Rust, C, and Python, a formalized syntax and semantic for key expressions, and more.
As we continue preparing for four jam-packed days of collaboration, learning, and community-building at EclipseCon, our September newsletter tees up a few of the topics and themes we'll explore in Ludwigsburg.
In his new blog, Eclipse Foundation Executive Director Mike Milinkovich discusses the initial gamble of Java EE, and what makes the release of Jakarta EE 10 so significant.
The Eclipse Foundation’s Jakarta EE Working Group Releases Jakarta EE 10 to Usher in the Era of Cloud Native Java
New specifications and capabilities enable enterprise Java developers to build lightweight applications suitable for microservices.
Enterprise Java and Jakarta EE Continue to Grow per the Results of the 2022 Jakarta EE Developer Survey
The Eclipse Foundation’s latest survey showcases significant growth across all aspects of Jakarta EE and overall use of enterprise Java.
Earlier this year the Eclipse Foundation Board approved a Github Sponsors pilot for the Adoptium Working Group where GitHub Sponsors was enabled for the Adoptium GitHub organization.
The Java track includes talks on the different methods for deploying OSGi java applications, a rundown on how Java has changed over the course of its extensive version history, and more.