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Editor's Note

Welcome to 2020 and our first community newsletter of the new year and the new decade! With so many interesting and innovative projects underway and strong community engagement, I have no doubt that 2020 will be an exciting year for all of us in the Eclipse community.

To give you just a small glimpse into the great progress some of our project teams are making, we’re featuring three projects you’ll want to follow throughout 2020 and beyond:

  • Eclipse Corrosion: Max Bureck provides an overview of this Eclipse IDE-based development environment for the Rust programming language and its comprehensive feature set.
  • Eclipse Kuksa: Johannes Kristan celebrates the first release of this software platform and ecosystem for Vehicle-2-X scenarios with an update on project achievements.
  • Eclipse Theia: Sven Efftinge explains why so many companies are using this extensible, multi-language platform to develop all-in-one cloud and desktop IDEs.

Also, don’t miss our News section this month. We’re heavily involved in a number of important, upcoming events — including Cloud Native for Java (CN4J) Day, which will be a watershed day in the open source movement — and we’ve provided details to help you plan your participation and take advantage of special offers.

Finally, be sure to check our lists so you can stay up to date with the latest happenings here at the Eclipse Foundation:

In next month’s newsletter, we’ll turn our focus to Jakarta EE. With momentum toward Jakarta EE 9 building, there’s a lot going on in this very vibrant Eclipse community, so make sure to bookmark our newsletter page and watch your inbox for details.

Happy Reading!

Thabang Mashologu


Eclipse Kuksa

Eclipse Corrosion

Eclipse Theia

New Project Proposals

  • The Eclipse openK Core Modules provides a set of core modules for developing open source software for system operators which matches the needs of power networks in the 21st century. 
  • Eclipse ADORe provides a modular software library and toolkit for decision making, planning, control and simulation of automated vehicles. The project is focused on decision making, planning and control for automated vehicles.
  • The LemMinX project provides an LSP implementation for the XML language (aka XML Language Server). It can be used with any editor that supports the protocol, to offer editing support for XML documents, as well as schema-based (XSD and DTD) validation.

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.

Upcoming industry events and workshops where our members will play a key role. Hope to see you there!

Jan 31-Feb 2 2020 | Brussels, Belgium

OOP Munich
Feb 2-Feb 7, 2020 | Munich, Germany

Bosch ConnectedWorld
Feb 9-10, 2020 | Berlin, Germany

IoT Day Grenoble
Feb 14, 2020 | Grenoble, France

Bosch ConnectedExperience
Feb 17-19, 2020 | Berlin,Germany

Open Source Africa Festival
Feb 20-22, 2020 | Lagos, Nigeria

Feb 18-21, 2020 | Atlanta, GA

Feb 24-27, 2020 | Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona Strategic Open Source Summit
Feb 25, 2020 | Barcelona, Spain

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe
March 30 - April 2, 2020 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Cloud Native for Java Day
March 30, 2020 | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

IoT World
Apr 6-9, 2020 | San Jose, CA

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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