We are proud to announce that our 2019 IoT Developer Survey, organized by the Eclipse IoT Working Group, was a huge success with over 1,700 responses! The survey has closed last Friday, March 8th at 7PM ET.
A big thank you to all the participants for taking the time to complete the survey. We truly value the information you have provided. Your responses will contribute to our analyses to gain a better understanding of the requirements, priorities, and perceptions of IoT developer communities.
The Jakarta EE Working Group is launching the Jakarta EE Developer Survey for 2019. This is an annual survey that delivers valuable insight into enterprise and cloud native programming languages, platforms, and infrastructure. As always, the results will be shared with everyone. You can find the insights and key findings from the survey we did in 2018.
The Eclipse Foundation has been selected as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code 2019. This is our fourteenth year participating in this awesome programme that matches (and funds) post-secondary students with open source software projects for the summer term (in the northern hemisphere).
Today the Eclipse IoT Working Group announced major milestones as IoT’s largest Open Source community: 41 member companies, 37 projects, and 350 contributors. It’s hard to believe that it all started in 2011 with just three projects and the basic goal to reduce the complexity of developing machine-to-machine IoT solutions.
And it’s an interesting day to reflect on “where we are today” on the Industrial IoT adoption curve.