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Editor's Note

I'm excited to share this month's newsletter articles with you. They are all about new and exciting projects that have chosen to make the Eclipse Foundation their home. It covers a bit of everything, including visualization tools, quantum computing, traffic flow simulation, language based extensions, and language testing.

The program schedule for EclipseCon Europe (Oct 24-26) is now available. Start planning your conference schedule today!

For those of you specifically interested in IoT, we are launching an Eclipse IoT Newsletter next month! It'll be similar to this one, but Eclipse IoT specific. Subscribe here.

Have you downloaded Eclipse Oxygen yet? Download it now.

Happy reading!
Roxanne Joncas

Eclipse Oxygen Articles

Eclipse Picasso: A free open-source visualizer for Convolutional Neural Networks

Eclipse Picasso is a free open-source DNN visualization tool that gives you partial occlusion and saliency maps with minimal fuss.

#Simulation of Urban MObility - SUMO

Eclipse SUMO (Simulation of Urban MObility) is a microscopic, inter- and multi-modal, space-continuous and time-discrete traffic flow simulation platform.

Eclipse aCute for C# and .NET Core

Eclipse aCute is a language based extension that provides development tools for C# and .NET Core inside the Eclipse IDE.

Eclipse Science and Open Source Software for Quantum Computing

Eclipse XACC is an open-source hybrid programming model and reference implementation called the eXtreme-scale ACCelerator programming framework, or XACC for short.

Xpect: Easy Testing and Reviews for Xtext Languages

Xpect is a framework that helps you to specify, test, and discuss Xtext languages.

Eclipse Java IDE Tips & Tricks

Here is this month's tip in action ➡
Click on the gif to view the original tweet and gif.

It was all going great, but now your code is formatted so badly you can't even look at it. No problem, Ctrl+Shift+F tidies it up in no time!


Want more tips? Follow @EclipseJavaIDE on Twitter.

Eclipse IDE Keybindings

Always wanted to know what the default Eclipse IDE keyboard shortcuts were? Well, here you go!

You can always personalize the shortcuts to fit your needs under Preferences → General → Keys. Or use the Quick Access Toolbar Ctrl+3 or ⌘+3 and simply type keys.

Eclipse Announcements

Have Eclipse project or member news to share with the community? Email us.

Eclipse Community News

New Project Proposals

  • Eclipse Xpect: Eclipse Xpect is a unit- and integration-testing framework to be used for Xtext-based languages.
  • Eclipse Xsemantics: Eclipse Xsemantics is a DSL (implemented in Xtext itself) for writing type systems, reduction rules, interpreters and general relation rules for languages implemented in Xtext.

Interested in more project activity? Read on

New Project Releases

View all the project releases here.

Upcoming Eclipse Events

Eclipse events are being hosted all over the world! Get involved by attending or organizing an event. View all events.

Here is the list of upcoming Eclipse events:

Eclipse DemoCamp Trondheim
Aug 24, 2017 | Trondheim, Norway

Eclipse IoT Day @ Thingmonk
Sep 11, 2017 | London, UK

Eclipse Day Milano 2017
Sep 22, 2017 | Milan, Italy

EclipseCon Europe 2017
Oct 24-26, 2017 | Ludwigsburg, Germany

SiriusCon 2017
Nov 9, 2017 | Paris, France

Are you hosting an Eclipse event? Do you know about an Eclipse event happening in your community? Email us the details!

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