Jay Billings writes about his excitement towards the Science Track at EclipseCon this year. This year's North American conference features 11 talks and 1 tutorial that are science focused.
We are pleased to announce our keynote speakers for this year's EclipseCon.
Eclipse: The Evolution and Future of IDEs
An Intelligence Agency in Transition: Succeeding in the Open
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
Inspiring a New Generation of Women Computer Programmers in Austere Environments
Women Who Code
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Submissions are now closed. We appreciate everyone who proposed a talk, and everyone who participated in the community voting.
The list of accepted sessions will be published soon.
The final submission deadline is now December 3.
Now you can enjoy Thanksgiving and still have time to submit!
This year's conference has significantly more talk slots, and we are eager to fill them with your success stories, challenges, creative solutions, and wild ideas.
We'd like to congratulate the following speakers for having their talks accepted early!
Talks selected by the program committee
- An Introduction to Eclipse Che: A Next Generation Java IDE - Tyler Jewell
- Eclipse hawkBit - Software Updates for the Internet of Things - Michael Hirsch and Kai Zimmermann
- Faster index for Java, or CDT pays its debt to JDT - Stefan Xenos and Sergey Prigogin
- Java 9 support in Eclipse - Jay Arthanareeswaran and Manoj Palat
Talk selected by the community
- Building Modern UI for Eclipse RCP - Yuri Strot and Igor Zapletnev
There is still time to submit your talk proposal for EclipseCon NA 2016. The final deadline is November 23. Do it now.
Remember that community voting allows you to rate the proposed talks to influence the final program. Get your votes in by November 23.
The Program Committee is very proud to introduce community voting for EclipseCon North America 2016!
What does this mean?
You can now have a say when it comes to the talks that will be accepted!