EclipseCon Europe 2012 Submissions
Welcome to the ECE Submissions page. Submissions are now closed. We have left this page here so that you can see our submissions policies.
EclipseCon is about sharing best practices, insights, case studies, and innovations in the Eclipse community and in the wider world of software development. We want attendees to be educated and inspired after each talk. To do that, we need your help to create a really great program.
We are pleased to be co-locating with the OSGi Community Event 2012. If you are submitting a proposal for the Community Event, please choose the track "OSGi."
Please do NOT have a third party submit your talk. Proposals should be entered by one of the presenters. We value speakers who are engaged in the community.
We recommend that you read the information below before submitting, as well as the Submission FAQs and Speaker FAQs if you need more information. If you have a question not answered in the FAQs, please send email to email@example.com.
Here are the tracks for EclipseCon 2012:
- Eclipse Technology. Eclipse is a host for a lot of great open-source projects such as Mylyn, Orion, Equinox, and Xtext, and technologies such as modeling, runtime, application lifecycle management, embedded, and so on. New tools and techniques and state-of-the-nation talks would also be found here.
- Building Industry Solutions. Eclipse has proven to be a powerful platform for building flexible and extensible applications. Many organizations are building platforms that address the needs of a specific industry, such as aerospace, automative, banking, insurance, and others. This track will feature case studies that explore the technology, architecture, and policies required to build industry solutions.
- Community and Collaboration. How do we function as a community, especially in industry collaboration? What is important about the Eclipse development process and our stewardship of Eclipse as a platform? What will the future bring for Eclipse?
- OSGi. ECE 2012 is co-locating with the OSGi Community Event. Choose this track if you are submitting for the Community Event. Note that the deadline for proposals for this track is July 6.
- Other Cool Stuff. Not everything will fit easily into one of these themes. If your talk is one that's hard to categorize, submit it under this track.
The three session types are
- Tutorial (3.5 hours)
- Standard (25 minutes)
- Extended (55 minutes)
The submission deadlines are