Yuri Strot and Igor Zapletnev are the first to submit their speaker pitch for their EclipseCon talk: Building Modern UI for Eclipse RCP!
The conference isn't all about the talks! There is plenty of time for networking as well. Come and meet with both old friends and new acquaintances at one of our social events
In Doug Schaefer's blog, he tells you about what he has in store for EclipseCon.
"I can tell EclipseCon is getting close by the level of my panic. Four weeks to go. And it’s getting pretty tight. I have a whole bunch of things I want to demo and hopefully get the community excited about."
Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity. This year at EclipseCon we're holding a hackathon with office hours for our IP, IT, and even some Eclipse Rock Stars. They're all there to help you with your project.
- For those who are new to Eclipse, we will be happy to help familiarize you with the work that we do, and explain how to navigate the IP process as efficiently as possible.
- If you are already working with us, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
- If you have a CQ in queue, we’ll be happy to look at it for you, and, if we can, we will review it on the spot. If we can't complete the review on the spot, we'll bring it to the top of our list going forward.
To schedule an appointment, please email us. Otherwise, drop by during our "office hours" near the exhibit area. We look forward to speaking with you in Reston!
If you like to plan ahead, we have a deal for you!
Use the BoF submission form, and we'll reserve a room and time for you and other like-minded attendees to talk about your favorite topic.
If you prefer to wait until you're at the conference; don't worry; some slots will be reserved for BoFs organized on site via the BoF Board.
Maximilian Koegel tells us all about modeling and what to expect at EclipseCon.
Traditionally, modeling is a very active and well represented topic at Eclipse and consequently at EclipseCon. EclipseCon North America 2016 is a good place to find out about the latest and greatest in Eclipse modeling, as per usual there is a dedicated modeling track at ECNA with some very interesting highlights.