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Announcements

2016/05/20
The latest Eclipse Neon release is now available. Download and test drive it this weekend!
2016/05/19
JSDT project has been officially rebooted! Read all about the new features and enhancements.
2016/05/17
Presenting new stand alone sessions, more workshops, and unparalleled conference value, it's not too late to register!
2016/05/16
We invite the Eclipse community to submit proposals for ECE 2016, taking place October 25-27 in Ludwigsburg, Germany.

Community News

2016/05/26
IBM's Eclipse OMR is an open-source virtual machine toolkit to create runtime environments for any language.
2016/05/26
Charles Rivet joins the conversation discussing The Eclipse project Papyrus.
2016/05/24
New Project Eclipse hawkBit, strives to furnish an open platform for the Internet of Things.
2016/04/28
Codenvy announces the 1st public release of the Samsung Artik IDE which allows building applications for IoT.
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