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2017/09/21
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2017/09/21
In the September issue of the Eclipse Newsletter, discover everything you need to know about Eclipse MicroProfile.
2017/09/14
Oracle announced today that they, along with IBM and Red Hat, will be moving Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation.
2017/09/07
The Papyrus Industry Consortium, an Eclipse Foundation Working Group, is pleased to announce the release of Eclipse Papy...

Community News

2017/09/19
In a recent release, Cloudera, an IoT platform for machine learning and analytics in the cloud, announced it has joined ...
2017/09/19
Developers rejoice! IBM’s J9 is now an open source project. Pre-built OpenJDK binaries are now available on AdoptOpenJ...
2017/09/15
Highlighting the nine features -- with examples -- that will be included in the Eclipse Collections 9.0 release.
2017/09/13
So it’s a good sign that within a month of initially announcing their intentions, Oracle (with help from IBM and Red H...
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