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March 08, 2005

EclipseCon 2005 Survey

Did you attend EclipseCon 2005? If so, please take our survey and help us make EclipseCon 2006 even better!

Posted by EclipseCon Staff at 08:42 AM

March 05, 2005

Presentation slides available!

Thank you for participating in EclipseCon 2005! We'd like to express our appreciation to all the presenters who have made their presentation slides available on the tutorials and sessions pages!

Posted by EclipseCon Team at 08:33 AM

March 03, 2005

EclipseCon Final Day

Lee Nackman, IBM Rational started the final day with a look at Eclipse's roots and the future challenges for the community. BEA provided insights into its new project, and we learned that Eclipse is really going to Mars. And, a wind up panel of the Eclipse PMC set us all on the right track to go back and apply what we've learned this week! Thank you to the sponsors, speakers, organizers and especially to the participants for making EclipseCon 2005 an overwhelming success!

Posted by EclipseCon Staff at 03:39 PM

March 02, 2005

Excitement in the Community and Conference Buzz!

EclipseCon was buzzing Wednesday with announcements from the community including Borland and Computer Associates joining the Eclipse Foundation as Strategic Developers. We did some technology exploration this morning with Urs Hoezle of Google, getting the bird's eye view of solving hard technical problems. Highlights of the technical program included a talk by Borland on the future of the IDE, and from the Platform team, the very latest developments in RCP and SWT. The Poster Reception again was a great hit, followed by the Sybase reception where we learned more about the new Data Tools project.

Check out the photos!

Posted by EclipseCon Staff at 06:06 PM

What Does the Future Hold for the Six Top-level Eclipse Projects?

On Thursday afternoon Mike Milinkovich will be moderating a panel of the leaders of the Eclipse open source project. We would like to ask the community to send questions to pose to the panel. We are looking for questions that focus on the future directions of one of the six top-level Eclipse projects.

Please send any suggested questions via email to emo@eclipse.org or submit your questions via one of the forms distributed at the conference.

Posted by EclipseCon Staff at 01:04 PM

March 01, 2005

EclipseCon 2005 Kicked Off Tuesday!

Tim O'Reilly took the podium at 08:00 to a full house, providing a fascinating look at the world of open source. As attendees started to dig into the technical details in the sessions, the Exhibit Hall, with over 35 exhibitors opened its doors as well. Altogether, more than 40 companies are participating as sponsors and exhibitors at the conference, lead by the Gold Sponsors, Accelerated Technology, Actuate, Agitar, Borland, HP, IBM and SAP.

Check out the photos!

Posted by EclipseCon Staff at 06:50 PM

Monday at EclipseCon: Tutorials Receive Rave Reviews

The program got off to a great start today with 20 tutorials, and a full evening of BoFs and project sprints. We also squeezed in the largest Eclipse Foundation Members meeting ever!

We wound up the evening with the Eclipse Game Show. Daniela, the overall winner and crowd favorite was awarded the honor of having the 3.1 Stream Integration Build named after her.

Check out the photos!

Posted by EclipseCon Staff at 10:59 AM