Wed, 2016-01-13 05:37

Open Source Internet of Things 101

IoT is the new black, and you sure want to be trendy and cool, and claim that you're doing IoT too! Open source initiatives like Eclipse IoT have your back covered by providing you with the building blocks needed for enabling IoT solutions.

We would like to welcome you to the IoT Summit by giving you an introduction to the key challenges of IoT and an overview of the approach undertaken by Eclipse IoT to develop an ecosystem of open-source technologies that will help you connect and manage your current and future IoT devices.

Wed, 2015-11-25 07:29

Eclipse on Broadway - the easiest way to run Eclipse on the browser

Broadway is, along with X and Wayland, a drawing backend provided by GTK UI toolkit. The special thing about Broadway is that it draws on the browser using HTML5 and websockets. This means that you can run your Eclipse/RCP/SWT application and have it rendered not as desktop application but in the browser with Broadway thus allowing fully transparent networking.

Mon, 2015-11-23 17:08

Eclipse Tooling for Julia

Julia is a young but very promising language for technical computing that is rapidly gaining popularity in the scientific world. The language addresses key requirements for high-performance numerical computing and combines strengths of similar languages (a.o. MATLAB, Python, Mathematica and R) without sacrificing sound design. The tooling for the language, however, is currently a major blocking factor for further growth and industry adoption.

Fri, 2015-11-20 09:50

Gerrit + Eclipse = EGerrit

A bit more than a year ago, we set out to create the best Gerrit / Eclipse integration possible.
After a 0.1 release in October 2015, we are now heading full steam toward 1.0 that will be released as part of the Neon annual release.

During this presentation we'll do everything to lure you into using our tool:

  • Give an overview of the features
  • Tell you about our goodies
  • Make you dream about our future features.

Mon, 2015-11-09 10:04

Developing cloud-native applications with Eclipse and the Spring Tool Suite

Application structures and technologies have changed dramatically in the recent years. Today applications are built for the cloud, structured in small components that can be scaled to thousands of machines, and arranged to create a resilient application that is running in the cloud. In this session we will take a look at how IDEs need to change to deal with those cloud-native applications and how those cloud-native applications can be implemented in Eclipse and the Spring Tool Suite (using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud).

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