The best thing about the Eclipse IoT community is that participants are real IoT practitioners and IoT experts. Our face-to-face meetings bring together senior technical leaders who are working on the core technology that is powering the IoT solutions of the present and future.
Stefan Ferber is vice president for engineering at Bosch Software Innovations, where he is head of engineering core products, portfolio strategy, and product management for the Bosch IoT Suite. Stefan presents the keynote, Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks: Lessons Learned after One Year of Open Source Activities in the Internet of Things.
One of the exciting parts of IoT is that you escape the boundaries of cyberspace and actually make things move in the real world. I find that few things are more gratifying than writing a program that has an impact on the world. (And I do not mean the ink in your printer.)
by Lars Vogel
If you work with Eclipse, you are probably using the Eclipse IDE. And, as you may also know, the IDE is developed by the Eclipse Platform project. In this talk we want to describe what we try to do in the Eclipse Platform project to make your life easier.
The IoT Playground will be the place to see technologies in action. Everyone is welcome to bring their IoT stuff on Wednesday, November 4. We’ll have a full day where you can drop by, see and share IoT hardware, software, tools and gadgets. Remember to participate in these featured projects!
Sabine Hauert is lecturer at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory and the University of Bristol where she designs swarms of nanobots for biomedical applications. On Thursday, November 5th join us for her Keynote.
Matthias Zimmermann, BSI
Interested in finding out how you can start building business applications with the Scout framework? Or, are you already developing Scout applications? Then, join the Scout User Group at the Unconference on November 2nd.
Jay Jay Billings is a research scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and is the project lead for Eclipse ICE, the Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment Project. Jay’s talk, The brand new Neutron Reflectivity Simulator in Eclipse ICE and what it took to make it, was selected in the Early Bird round. We met with Jay to find out more about ICE and the presentation.
We interviewed Achim Loerke, Managing Director at Bredex and this year's Program Chair to find out more about how your submissions will be reviewed and how the PC reaches a consensus on the final selections for the program.
by Marcel Bruch, Codetrails
It's a well-known fact that fixing bugs is 25x cheaper during the development of a software product than fixing them after the product was shipped to your customers . Given these numbers it is obvious why detecting bugs as early as possible in the development process is key to every quality assurance team.