Interested in the Eclipse C++ IDE and your Arduino? Doug Schaefer, the Eclipse CDT project co-lead and software architect at QNX talks about his presentation.
It’s been many years since I’ve been to EclipseCon Europe. ...this year, the road is clear and my talk, “Arduino, Qt, and Iot with the Eclipse C++ IDE” has been accepted as one of the early bird selections. I was really proud of that and can’t wait to get there. This last year or so has been a very active one for me and the team here at QNX with our contributions to Eclipse...
by Frederic Ebelshäuser
EclipseCon Europe is and has always been a great place to meet up with the community, to exchange with experts, and talk about trends, innovations, and new ideas. At EclipseCon everyone works together for a common goal: to keep the IDE competitive and to create new potential for growth to benefit everyone. We are happy to be part of EclipseCon Europe once again in 2016.
by Jonas Helming
Jonas Helming, EclipseCon 2016 Program Chair, gives us his insights into the program selection.
After several busy weeks, the PC has finally selected the talks and tutorials for EclipseCon Europe 2016. I would like to thank all members of the PC for their great work and all submitters for their proposals....
EclipseCon 2016 features four intriguing keynotes on topics ranging from gravitational waves to language servers.
- Stephen Carver, Cranfield University, The Shuttle Case
- Erich Gamma, Microsoft, Oh No! Visual Studio Code - Yet Another Development Tool
- Robert Andres, Eurotech and Walter Hofmann, Hitachi High Technologies, OSGi/Java in Industrial IoT: More than a Solid Trend — Essential to Scale into the World of Internet-Connected Things
- Benno Willke, Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Observation of Gravitational Waves from Binary Black Hole Mergers - Dawn of a New Astronomy
by Christoph Keimel
My talk about Powering a Live Escape Game with ECF & e(fx)clipse got selected as an early bird for the EclipseCon Europe 2016! I’m very excited about this.
Actually, this whole thing got started exactly two years ago at the EclipseCon Europe 2014. I was there to learn about new technologies in my area of work as an RCP/JavaEE engineer and I remember that I had some free time in my schedule and I stumbled over a talk by Wim Jongman How to cook an egg with the Eclipse Communication Framework and Nebula. That sounded like fun, so I went and had a look...