Welcome to the EclipseCon 2021 Call for Proposals
Submissions are now closed. Thanks to everyone who proposed a talk. We expect to announce the program by early July.
Whether the event is held virtually or face-to-face, EclipseCon is the primary gathering place for the Eclipse ecosystem, offering a unique opportunity for our diverse communities to share ideas, to learn from each other, and to celebrate our collective accomplishments and successes. EclipseCon 2021 will take place on line this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of what the situation will be in October. We hope to return to a live event next year, if we can do so while helping to keep our community safe and healthy.
Congratulations to the Early Bird Speakers
Here's the list of talks selected for early acceptance into the EclipseCon 2021 program. We look forward to seeing these!
- Open-Source in Safety-Critical Systems? How does that work? - Simon Hoinkis
- Having Fun with Testing - Simplify and Gamify AQA Tests using Machine Learning and Twitter - Shelley Lambert, Lan Xia, Longyu Zhang, Sophia Guo, Sayani Mallick, Asjad Khan, Avishree Khare
- Machine Learning with Java? Deeplearning4j! - Enrique Llerena Dominguez
- Structured Concurrency with Project Loom - Sarika Sinha
- Micro Frontends using WebComponents and MicroProfile GraphQL - Phillip Kruger
We are proud to say that the sessions at EclipseCon are chosen by an independent program committee made up of volunteers from the Eclipse community. To learn more about the committee, visit the About the Program Committee page.
The Submission FAQs page has lots of detail. Please read it if you are new to the conference, or have questions about submitting.
You must have an eclipse.org account before you can submit a talk. See this section of the Submissions FAQs for more information.
We strongly encourage the actual speakers to submit their own proposals. We want speakers who are engaged with the community and really want to speak at the conference. Sometimes a third party will submit on a speaker’s behalf. The program committee will review all proposals, but proposals submitted by third parties will be given lower priority.
Talks will be 30 minutes long, and include an interactive (Q&A) component as part of the 30 minutes.
- April 15: submissions open
- June 1: early-bird submission deadline
- June 15: final submission deadline
- July 1 (approximately): program chosen, and submitters notified
Visit this page to view all the topic descriptions together.
To see what talks have already been submitted for each topic, click on the topic icon.