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Moving on!

I very well remember my first day at Sierra Wireless, when it was still a different company named Anyware Technologies.

That day I wrote my very first Eclipse plug-in to customize the Console view, and I was almost immediately and genuinely amazed by the versatility of the Eclipse platform.

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Eclipse IoT demo at FOSDEM

During the weekend of February 1st, I had the opportunity to attend FOSDEM in Brussels.

It was only my second year but it’s definitely one of the events I enjoy attending the most: the crowd is very diverse and very curious, there are tons of talks that you can attend (if you can get a seat in the room – most of them are simply overcrowded), and the Belgian food is yummy!

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Top 5 reasons to attend EclipseCon France

I believe this first edition of EclipseCon France will be amazing, and here are the top 5 reasons why I am sure you will share my opinion:

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Only one month left to submit your talk for EclipseCon France!

EclipseCon NA is just around the corner and I know many of you speakers are busy as bees polishing your presentation ; and even if you don’t speak, you are probably already starting to prepare your schedule and make the final travel arrangements.

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Complete EclipseCon 2013 M2M tutorial and take home some Open Hardware!

EclipseCon is in about a month, and we are so excited about what’s cooking for M2M this year!

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Community metrics for your eclipse.org project

When you run a project at Eclipse, you are very likely interested in getting some indicators regarding the health of your community.

And as Randall Munroe suggests, maybe these indicators will be a good way for you to extrapolate on when your project will actually rule the world

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M2M at EclipseCon Europe

Last year, EclipseCon Europe was the moment when the Eclipse Foundation, together with Eurotech, IBM and Sierra Wireless announced the creation of the M2M Industry Working Group.

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Upcoming M2M webinars series

Did you register for the upcoming M2M (Machine-to-Machine) webinars series?

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Support for Lua interpreters in Koneki LDT 0.9M1

Koneki released its 0.8 version with Juno, and we plan on graduating with a 1.0 version for Kepler. In order to stabilize our API and improve the overall quality of the product, we thought it would be better if we released a 0.9 in-between. This 0.9 version is scheduled for the end of this year, and we just released the first milestone!

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