How is Java moving forward faster with a rapid release model? Every new Java version promises interesting features and updates. Dynamic projects like Adoptium, OpenJ9 and others will be discussed at EclipseCon 2021.
Are you interested in Industry 4.0, smart city, building automation, smart home, and other emerging use cases? EclipseCon, the leading conference for developers, architects, and open source business leaders, has a track for you!
EclipseCon is our biggest event of the year, and this year’s Modeling Tools and Technologies track promises to be a good one. The track will cover the many Eclipse projects supporting the creation and deployment of modeling tools and low-code/no-code environments. Contributions in the areas of desktop or web-based tools, textual or graphical, model transformation and code generation using technologies such as Theia, Sirius, EMF.cloud, GLSP, Sprotty and many more.
This Friday I will be leaving my role as VP, Marketing and Corporate Development at the Eclipse Foundation. The Eclipse Foundation is one of the best organizations and communities I have ever encountered and I am so grateful to have been here for the past three and a half years. I am proud of everything we have accomplished as a team and in collaboration with our community.
Today, the Eclipse IoT and Edge Native Working Groups have launched the 2021 IoT and Edge Developer Survey. This is the seventh year for our annual survey, which has become one of the most widely referenced technical surveys within the IoT & Edge computing industry.
On episode six of the podcast, we talked to Dirk Riehle, a professor of open source software at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. Before entering the world of academia, Dirk worked in the software industry for over a decade, including a tenure at SAP Research as the leader of their open source research group.