More Special Events at EclipseCon!

Mark your calendars for the WTP, EMF/UML2 and TPTP Projects Sprints on Monday! And, on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, be sure to visit receptions hosted by Genuitec, IBM and Sybase!

Posted by EclipseCon Team on February 18, 200511:28 AM

Submit a Poster by February 21st!

Submissions for the Poster reception are still open! But, you'll need to send in your submission by Monday February 21st! For more details, see the instructions in the Call for Contributions.

Posted by EclipseCon Team on February 07, 200506:53 AM

New: RCP Plenary on Wednesday March 2nd

RCP continues to be big news at Eclipse so we've added a new Invited Plenary by Jeff McAffer and Nick Edgar, both architects of the Platform and RCP, to give us an upate on the latest in RCP and to show us a few of their favorite examples of RCP in action.

Posted by EclipseCon Team on January 31, 200506:52 AM

Select your tutorials! Early registration ends January 31st!

Tutorial seats are selling fast! With more than 50% capacity already booked, many will be sold out soon. Early registration ends on January 31st so be sure to register before Monday!

Posted by EclipseCon Team on January 24, 200507:08 PM

Looking for a hotel room for EclipseCon?

The Hyatt Regency in Burlingame, CA is the official hotel of EclipseCon 2005. Staying at the Hyatt means you'll be in the best location to take advantage of program, the exhibits and the special events, and you'll be just minutes from the San Francisco airport. Book your special EclipseCon rate now!

Posted by EclipseCon Team on January 24, 200507:07 PM

Check out the EclipseCon 2005 Program!

This year's program includes an expanded tutorial program, designed to focus on the key technologies in Eclipse such as the Rich Client Platform, SWT and the Plug-in Development Environment.

The Keynotes and Technical Sessions will tour the breadth and depth of the technology and the community, as well as including all the important updates from the Platform and Project teams. Designed for beginner through advanced participants, the sessions and tutorials focus on three theme areas - Using Eclipse Tools, Understanding Eclipse Projects and Experiences Using Eclipse. The Business Forum, designed for the business decision maker assessing the adoption of Eclipse, will give you an enterprise view on Eclipse. And, throughout the conference you'll be able to meet and interact with fellow members of the eclipse community - at BoFs, receptions, demos and other special events!

Posted by EclipseCon Team on January 21, 200512:37 AM

The Business Forum

The Business Forum is designed for the business decision maker assessing the adoption of Eclipse within organizations. On Tuesday, March 1st, you can take part in a series of sessions, case studies and panels that investigate experiences, business implications and strategies for adopting Eclipse.

The Business Forum highlights include:

Don't miss this opportunity for an enterprise view on Eclipse!

Posted by EclipseCon Team on January 21, 200512:01 AM

Discuss the Conference in the Newsgroup

We have created a newsgroup hosted on eclipse.org for announcements and community discussion of EclipseCon 2005. Stop by to offer opinions on the EclipseCon events you plan to attending, to ask questions about EclipseCon, to suggest topics for BOFs, and whatever else you'd like to add to the conversation.

Posted by Staff on January 04, 200512:04 PM