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Announcements

2016/11/25
Discover the newest Eclipse Community event. Join us in San Jose alongside Devoxx US.
2016/11/24
The submission deadline for the Open IoT Challenge 3.0 has been extended to November 30 @ 11:59 PM PT.
2016/11/24
Let's science the sh*t out of this month's newsletter!
2016/11/23
Why you should attend the new Eclipse Community conference in San Jose, March 2017.

Community News

2016/11/29
Docker announces that it is joining the Eclipse Foundation, and what this means.
2016/11/29
Eclipse Foundation announced a collaboration between three big companies for developing the “Internet of Things”.
2016/11/18
A look at how Red Hat is contributing to the development of the Eclipse IDE.
2016/11/18
A tutorial covering the latest version of the Eclipse IDE for Java and JavaScript development.
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Community of Projects

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

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