It's been six years since the Eclipse Foundation became involved in several publicly funded research projects, with the goal to share its DNA with the research world and help them create an open source community to foster dissemination and make the results available for commercial and public use.
For many years, the Eclipse Foundation has offered an MQTT sandbox to the IoT developer community. That sandbox was maintained by Foundation staff and was running on Foundation infrastructure. The goal was to encourage and facilitate the evaluation of Eclipse Paho and Eclipse Mosquitto, and to foster interoperability among MQTT implementations. Today, I have the pleasure to announce the deployment of a new community-run MQTT sandbox to replace it.
Eclipse IDE 2019-06, the Eclipse Foundation's second quarterly simultaneous release this year is now available! Naturally, this newsletter issue features some of the items that are new in the latest Eclipse IDE release! There are seventy-six participating projects; to dive right in, check out the new and noteworthy aspects of various projects in the 2019-06 release train.
There's never a dull moment with Jakarta EE! The second Jakarta Newsletter of the year is out and it takes the pulse of the progress the Jakarta community has made so far. This issue offers a sneak peek at the future of Jakarta EE, the impending Jakarta EE 8 release and presents some thoughts on the use of Java trademarks and the javax namespace, and how the current challenges can be transformed into opportunities.
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.
For 2019, the Eclipse Newsletter has some exciting topics that are coming your way. Typically, we feature articles written by technical experts from our community that revolve around a specific theme. Our goal with the newsletter is to deliver great content that educates, motivates, and inspires our community.
After almost five years with the Eclipse Foundation, I have decided to resign from my current position and will now be looking for new challenges. The Eclipse Foundation—and the Eclipse community at large—are pretty much family to me, so this has been a tough decision.