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Program Announced for Eclipse Converge 2017! Early-bird registration is open. Get $120 off the conference pass.
2017. It's already here. Here are six great articles about some of the things you can expect to see in the new year!
Eclipse IoT is pleased to announce the next Eclipse IoT Day taking place March 20 in San Jose, California.
Over 80 teams submitted entries and are in the running to win the Open IoT Challenge! View the most promising solutions.

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Eclipse Che 5.0: Generational advances to the most popular open source developer workspace server & cloud IDE.
All relevant artifacts of Neon.2 produced by the Eclipse Project, are now “officially” available from Maven Central.
GeoTrellis 1.0 released under LocationTech; a major achievement for the community that helped build the project.
A project for a microservices-friendly Java is to be overseen by the Eclipse Foundation.

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Eclipse provides IDEs and platforms for nearly every language and architecture. We are famous for our Java IDE, C/C++, JavaScript and PHP IDEs built on extensible platforms for creating desktop, Web and cloud IDEs. These platforms deliver the most extensive collection of add-on tools available for software developers.

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

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.

Check out how you can start your own working group.

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