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The future is together and it will be driven by open source – and we couldn’t agree more. Huawei values open source, open governance and community sharing as the vehicle to build together our future that empowers pervasive, ubiquitous, collaborative intelligence.
Huawei is one of the world’s leading contributors to open source and we are proud to be a strategic partner of the Eclipse Foundation as we embark on this important journey we have started together towards continued collaborative innovation — a journey that is bringing us to EclipseCon 2021! It is a real honor for us to again join one of the most important European open source conferences. We are thrilled to connect with the Eclipse community and the industry’s leading minds to explore common challenges and innovate together on open source and open hardware, communicating with talent hubs and exchanging thoughts and visions.
Founded in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices. We are committed to bringing digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. We have more than 194,000 employees, and we operate in more than 170 countries and regions, serving more than three billion people around the world.
See you at EclipseCon 2021 to enjoy a great time together!
IBM has partnered with the Eclipse Foundation since the beginning. We continue to be very active with the various Projects and Working Groups at Eclipse -- Jakarta EE, MicroProfile, OSGi, and now Adoptium. But, I think what makes working with the Eclipse Foundation so successful are the people. Not just the technologists that we work with day-in and day-out on the various projects, but also the people behind the scenes at the Foundation. The whole staff at the Foundation are very welcoming, very knowledgeable, very professional, and very enjoyable to work with. We look forward to a long, fruitful relationship with the Eclipse Foundation.
Celebrating 29 years of innovation in the software development tool space, ARCAD Software is the only vendor to combine DevOps and Modernization for IBM i (aka iSeries, AS/400) in an integrated, Eclipse-based product range, distributed by IBM.
As a service provider for developing domain-specific tools and IDEs on the web, in the cloud and on the desktop, EclipseCon is the perfect place for us to be. Being a founding member of the Eclipse Foundation, we have a long history (that still continues) as core contributors to a huge variety of Eclipse projects and other open-source technologies. This includes new projects such as Eclipse Theia, Eclipse GLSP, and EMF.cloud, and also the traditional Eclipse ecosystem. Web- and cloud-based tooling will probably be the number one topic at EclipseCon 2021 and is equally important in many of our current customer projects.
The new virtual format of EclipseCon introduced in 2020 was a huge success. The social interaction was of course different, but EclipseCon did not lose its spirit. There was a lot of interaction and on the upside, EclipseCon welcomed more people than ever before from all around the globe.
EclipseCon allows us to showcase our solutions, frameworks, and technologies to potential users and adopters. We can learn about new technologies and developments and talk to other contributors. And of course, we can get in contact with potential customers and present our service offerings.
Finally, EclipseCon has always been a home for us. We are looking forward to meeting old and new friends from this great community!
If you want to connect with great software engineers and open-source enthusiasts beyond your company, then EclipseCon is the place to be. If you care about open source and developer tools and technologies, this is the place to share ideas and expertise—perhaps even to join forces and start working on a new project.
At Yatta, we are a team of more than 40 software engineers, tool developers, designers, and entrepreneurs. We are a German software engineering company and have been members of the Eclipse Foundation since 2011. We aim to enable developers worldwide and help them build better software by providing them with better tooling.
Come and talk to us about making the Eclipse IDE better—we look forward to meeting you!