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...
The program committee has chosen these talks for early acceptance. Thanks to everyone who submitted early; there are already lots of great proposals in the system! The final submission deadline is Monday, July 18.
- OSGi on High Speed Trains in Germany - Roland Ndaka Fru
- Adding Angular 2 to Your Java EE Stack - A Primer - Wojciech Galanciak
- Testing Eclipse Plug-ins: Lessons from the Field - Elliotte Rusty Harold
- Powering a Live Escape Game with ECF & e(fx)clipse - Christoph Keimel
- Arduino, Qt, and IoT with the Eclipse C++ IDE - Doug Schaefer
- OSGi and Java 9 Modules Working Together - Neil Bartlett
- Optimising Eclipse Plug-ins - Alex Blewitt
by Alexandra Schladebeck
For the third year running, Eclipse Con Europe will offer a full-day event dedicated to quality – the Project Quality Day on Wednesday 26th October. The call for papers is now open, and it’s my mission to encourage you to submit. Here’s why:
Quality affects everyone and is everyone’s business. No, really, it is :) Whether you’re a lone tester, part of a giant test team, ....
I am happy to announce that the Call for Papers is out and submissions are open. I invite the community, including all users and adopters to submit talks to contribute to a great program!
This EclipseCon is special to me, as I was given the great honor of chairing the program committee. It is our responsibility to select the best among great submissions - not an easy task. As a first step, we were formulating the call for papers, through which we describe the kind of content we would like to see submitted. I would like to share some insights and thoughts about the tracks we finally agreed upon.
Visit the Program Committee page and meet the PC. You'll see some familiar faces from previous years and some first time members. The EclipseCon Europe program committee is an independent committee and open to your ideas. They'll be reaching out to you over the next weeks and look forward to your ideas and feedback!