The goal of the Eclipse Science Working Group is to bring industry, academia, and government together to develop reusable open source software for scientific research. And, by the looks of it, the result of their hard work is undeniable.
Take, for example, Eclipse ICE; its latest version, 3.0 ("ICE III"), is a full redesign and nearly full re-implementation of the entire ICE platform that uses workflow aggregation and microservices to combine the core ICE framework with other workflow management systems. Speaking of improvements, Eclipse XACC's recent updates have enabled an expressive, single-source Pythonic approach for productive programming workflows on near-term quantum computers. Read more about Eclipse ICE and Eclipse XACC in this issue!
We're also checking up on Eclipse Advanced Visualization Project and Eclipse SWTChart and see how they are doing. Explore the great articles below, but also be sure to check out the Eclipse Science Working Group to explore other projects!
➜ The Future of Scientific Workflows and What That Means for Eclipse ICE
➜ Single-Source Pythonic Programming for Quantum-Accelerated Computing with Eclipse XACC
➜ Microservice Architecture for the Eclipse Advanced Visualization Project
➜ Eclipse SWTChart
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We are proud to announce that our 2019 IoT Developer Survey results are now available! Check out the findings to learn more about the key trends that are happening in this ever-changing environment and don't forget to read the blogs of Mike Milinkovich and Frederic Desbiens on their thoughts and reasoning behind the key results!
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