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Community News

Partnerships that could shape IoT for years are being forged as enterprises fit IoT into long-term plans.
(In German) Informatik Aktuell ist Medienpartner der 11. EclipseCon Europe Conference.
An extension based on the Language Server Protocol offers developers expanded use of Microsoft's development tool.
(In German) Heise Developer discussing EclipseCon Europe 2016 Keynotes, Tracks and Sponsors.

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Eclipse has over 250 different open source projects. Many know our Java IDE but we also have modeling tools, runtimes, reporting tools and much more. Discover our projects, contribute, and maybe even start a new project at Eclipse.

Collaborative Working Groups

Eclipse Working Groups allow for organizations to collaborate in the development of new innovations and solutions. The Eclipse Foundation is a great place to host new collaborations that follow best practices and are based on open source principles.

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