Looking Towards Mars

Eclipse projects are busy working on the next major release train, called Mars. It is scheduled for June 2015.
Are you ready for the launch?

In this issue, we are highlighting some of the new features and projects that will improve the user experience for Eclipse developers, including a more streamlined install experience with Oomph, better error reporting, and an improved mobile development experience. Lastly, you will find an article about the future of the Eclipse IDE for desktop and cloud development.

Big thanks to everyone who participated in EclipseCon Europe. Check out the Eclipse Foundation YouTube channel for session recordings.


Imagine: You deliver broken software but no one tells you...

Automated Error Reporting and UI Freeze Detection for Eclipse Mars Milestones. Read more

Oomph: A Matter of Preference

Focus on creativity, undistracted by battles to whip Eclipse into the shape you want. Find out how

Eclipse Thym for Apache Cordova Tooling

What is THym and how do I try it out? Find out!

Top Keyboard Shortcuts for Eclipse

Learning the keyboard shortcuts for Eclipse makes coding feel more fluid and productive. We've got a report full of the must-know shortcuts and when to use them. You may know a lot of them, but everyone's sure to learn something. Come check it out!

A Vision for the Eclipse Developer's Platform

What is the vision for the Eclipse Platform as we head towards Mars? Read more

EclipseCon 2015 - Early-Bird Selection

The early-bird talks have been selected! The full program will be announced very soon.

Eclipse Announces Cloud Development Industry Initiative

Codenvy, IBM, Pivotal and SAP Lead New Eclipse Cloud Development Top-level Project.

Eclipse Luna SR1 Now Available

The SR1 release of the Eclipse Luna release train is now available for download.

Eclipse Simplifies Development of Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions with Open IoT Stack for Java

The Eclipse IoT community is making it easier for Java developers to connect and manage devices in an IoT solution by delivering an Open IoT Stack for Java.




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EclipseCon 2015
March 9 - 12, 2015
Burlingame, California

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