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Editor's Note

Happy New Year everyone!

This month's newsletter looks ahead to what's to come in 2019. Learn more about where the Eclipse Foundation will focus our time and energy throughout the year with articles on our four strategic pillars for 2019, how our members are innovating in the automotive industry with our Eclipse Automotive Working Groups, the key differences between Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) and the Java Community Process (JCP), how the EFSP is a game changer in open source, and getting starting with the Eclipse ioFog edge computing stack.

To increase market awareness and adoption of the Eclipse IoT pillar, we are proud to announce that the IoT Marketing Committee has been launched. If you are a marketing, branding, or social media pro, WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or want to get involved.

Love blogs and Jakarta EE?! is the blog home for our global community to stay up to date on the latest Jakarta EE news, technologies, best practices, and more. Check Thabang's post to learn more!

Interested in learning about Edge Computing, Connected Vehicles, Smart Cities, and other cutting-edge IoT technologies, while networking with great people? Register now to join us for fun at Eclipse IoT Day in Grenoble on February 19!

Hope everyone's start to 2019 has been a great one! Happy reading!

Jameka Woodberry


4 Pillars of 2019

Eclipse ioFog - Real World Patterns for the Edge

Automotive Innovation at the Eclipse Foundation

How is the Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) different from the Java Community Process (JCP)?

The Eclipse Foundation Specification Process

New Project Proposals

  • Eclipse Autonomous Driving an end-to-end design tool covering both hardware and software modules of an autonomous car.
  • Jakarta Batch The Java Batch project describes the job specification language (XML), Java programming model, and runtime environment for batch applications for the Java platform. It is designed for use on both the Java SE and Java EE / Jakarta EE platforms.
  • Eclipse Oscano Eclipse Oscano project aims to develop and distribute a complete software composition analysis solution installable on cloud, local server or workstation environment.

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 and Eclipse related events:

February 2-3, 2019 | Brussels, Belgium

Eclipse Insight: cross domain engineering
February 6, 2019 | Munich, Germany

Eclipse IoT Day Grenoble 2019
February 19, 2019 | Grenoble, 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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