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by Tracy Miranda
You're invited to join the Science activities at EclipseCon Europe. Get involved by participating in:
- The Science Unconference - an session dedicated to Science Working Group projects
- EASE Python scripting & Jupyter tutorial - a hands-on for scripting Eclipse with Python
And the program committee has selected 5 talks from the Eclipse science community:
Plan to attend the first social event of the week on Monday evening — the Meet & Greet.
- Monday, October 23, 17:30 (after the Unconference)
- Theater Foyer at the Forum
- Beverages and snacks
New to the conference or community? This casual reception is especially for you. We want to welcome you and connect you to the people in the community that *you* want to meet: project team leads, technical experts, program committee members, Board members, Foundation staffers, conference speakers. When you arrive, just ask your greeter for an introduction to whoever you would like to know.
Returning attendee or longtime community member? The Meet & Greet is also for you. Renew your connections, reach out to new people, and cap off the Unconference with a beer and a snack.
by Ian Skerrett
Java 9 is finally out the door and Eclipse is ready, with Java 9 support provided by the Eclipse JDT project. EclipseCon Europe talks will bring you up to speed on trends in the Java world and introduce you to the technologies and ecosystem behind them.
Orange has contributed for several years to Eclipse projects in Smart Home and OM2M, and it’s a great pleasure to be part of the EclipseCon Europe meeting once again. This year is particularly special for Orange because we are officially joining the Eclipse Foundation. Smart home represents for us the natural extension of our core business, telecommunications, and Eclipse represents to us a wonderful community of both open source developers and partners working together to think and built the future of smart home.
by Mike Francis
The OSGi IoT Demo for the OSGi Community Event and EclipseCon 2017 has been updated and extended to deliver another interesting and informative showcase of OSGi in action in IoT. Taking the foundations from the last three years of demos we will be using products from multiple vendors, open source projects and Raspberry PI computers to operate and control LEGO® trains running around a track. For 2017, we add a new and exciting dimension: a robot that will interact with the trains.