Thursday is the day we take in a few more talks and catch these events:
- 09:00 Keynote: Software Heritage by Roberto di Cosmo
- 09:45 - 13:00 Last chance to visit the exhibits
- 14:30 - Closing Session
Wednesday promises a rich program of talks and these special features -
- 09:00 - Keynote: Journey from Monolith to Modularized Application
- 10:30 - Project Quality Day
- 12:30 - IoT Playground
- 17:05 - Exhibitor's Reception - sponsored by IBM
- 20:00 - Club ECE with live rock by our friends from 'Cool Down' - sponsored by Salesforce
Unwinding from the Unconference at the Meet&Greet? Here's an update on What's on Tuesday. In addition to great talks tomorrow, we have:
- 09:00 Tutorials - room change: EASE -> Silchersaal, e(fx) Eclipse -> Sem. 1-2
- 09:00 IoT Day
- 13:00 Keynote: Mike Milinkovich
- 13:30 Keynote: Digitalization – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly by Anna Ståhlbröst
- 17:30 Stammtisch followed by the Kahoot! Game
And, find or create your evening BoF at the BoF Board!
We are pleased to announce a strategic partnership between the Eclipse Foundation Europe and the City of Ludwigsburg that keeps EclipseCon Europe at the Forum am Schlosspark through 2019.
The Foundation's premiere European event has been in Ludwigsburg at the Forum for 11 years, beginning with Eclipse Summit Europe 2007. The conference has grown in size and outreach each year, and the city and the venue have provided the support and flexibility we needed to continue our success.
Read the announcement from the City of Ludwigsburg here.
All great things must end, but we hope you enjoyed the week as much as we did. Thank you to all our attendees, speakers, and sponsors for making the 2017 conference such a success.
There is always room for improvement, so please share your thoughts to help us get better.
- Take the Attendee Survey
- Leave feedback on the talks you attended — log in, navigate to the schedule, and click in the cell to leave your vote and comments
Create your EclipseCon schedule with the app from EclipseSource. The app provides you with the program organized by track or by date and time with the complete abstract and speaker information. You can locate your destination with the built in maps of the conference venue and its surroundings. Login to eclipsecon.org during the conference to submit feedback on the talks. Download from these links:
We asked the EclipseSource team to tell us more about the app:
We try to keep the app as simple as possible and look forward to further improve the user experience. Some use case extensions we'd like to introduce in the future which come to mind: social sharing of talks, map navigation and giving more possibilities to sort and filter talks. We also look forward to leverage latest Tabris.js features and best practices.
In case you miss a feature or would like to test drive the code for your event, the app is available on github https://github.com/eclipsesource/tabris-con
by Tracy Miranda
You're invited to join the Science community 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:
- And the people said, "Let there be scripts"
- Eclipse Charting Capabilities
- Introduction to Machine Learning with Eclipse Deeplearning4J
- How deep is your learning?
- Science @ Eclipse
See you there!
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.
The program committee selected these sessions which focus on Java 9:
- Eclipse and Java 9
- The Future Is Async, or Java Concurrency in the Change of Time
- JDT Embraces Java 9 - An Insider's View
- Java 9 and the Application Server
The Eclipse Microprofile project is working hard and fast to create specifications for Java microservices. You'll hear from the leaders of the Microprofile project in these talks.
You can hear more about the Java EE move from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation in these talks:
- Java EE 8 is final... Now what? by David Delabassée from Oracle
- A panel to discuss the process of moving Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation
You may have heard the news that both Java SE from Oracle and J9 from IBM are moving into the open space. Find out more in these talks:
It is exciting to see the Eclipse Foundation become the home for many of the open source communities of Java developers. Be sure to attend EcipseCon Europe to learn more about these key Java trends!