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2016/07/20

Java is the go-to language for IoT applications

Though the IoT universe is a complex polyglot, there is one language in particular dominating IoT.

2016/07/06

Adaptation: Art & Internet of Things in Berlin, July 22nd

If you are an Artist or an Eclipse developer, this message is for you!

2016/07/04

Red Hat and Eurotech partner for managing IoT edge devices

Red Hat announces partnership deal with Eurotech targeting the management of IoT edge devices.

2016/06/27

Microsoft-backed Language Server Protocol strives for language, tools interoperability

The new protocol integrates multiple languages consistently across different IDEs and code editors.

2016/06/27

Eclipse Neon Highlights: Nine Nice News

Everything Eclipse has in store for developers this year!

2016/06/24

Eclipse Neon Release Train Arrives!

The Eclipse Neon release train arrived this morning, right on schedule for the second-to-last Wednesday of June.

2016/06/23

11th Annual Eclipse Release Train Launches

The Eclipse Foundation today announced the 11th annual synchronized launch of multiple Eclipse projects and project upgrades.

2016/06/22

eWeek: Eclipse Foundation Ships Neon Release Train

The Eclipse Foundation shipped its 11th annual release train as explained by Darryl K. Taft.

2016/06/20

Eclipse Updates Four Key IoT Projects, Launches a New One

Eclipse Foundation announces new releases of 4 open-source IoT projects accelerating IoT development.

2016/06/14

Testing in the IoT

German Article by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ina Schieferdecker, Dir. of Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin. Published in Informatik Aktuell.

2016/06/06

Eclipse Summit India | Call for Papers Deadline June 15

Only a few days left to submit your proposal for Eclipse Summit India!

2016/06/03

Industrial IoT Solutions Built with Eclipse IoT & Model Driven Development

German Article by Marcus Munzert in Informatik Aktuell.

2016/06/02

Eclipse Sirius Roadshow is Back & Registration is Now Open

After the success of last year's roadshow dedicated to Eclipse Sirius, the event is back in Munich, Germany on June 27!

2016/05/26

Q&A with Mark Stoodley, Architect of Eclipse OMR Toolkit for Creating Language Runtimes

IBM's Eclipse OMR is an open-source virtual machine toolkit to create runtime environments for any language.

2016/05/26

Eclipse Papyrus — Ready for the big stage?

Charles Rivet joins the conversation discussing The Eclipse project Papyrus.

2016/05/24

Eclipse hawkBit — Features, requirements, scenarios et al

New Project Eclipse hawkBit, strives to furnish an open platform for the Internet of Things.

2016/04/28

Samsung & Codenvy release Artik IDE for IoT

Codenvy announces the 1st public release of the Samsung Artik IDE which allows building applications for IoT.

2016/04/27

Black Duck & North Bridge release results from the 10th annual Future of Open Source Survey

Open source viewed as today’s preeminent architecture and engine for innovation...

2016/04/25

5 Eclipse Tools for Processing and Visualizing Data

Explore 5 great scientific workbenches from Eclipse Science Working Group members.

2016/04/25

Eclipse Vorto: Interoperability for the Internet of Things

Discussing why Interoperability is a key topic to address in the Internet of Things.

2016/04/20

Survey Highlights Security Concern Among IoT Developers

According to the 2nd Annual IoT Developer Survey, security is a growing concern.

2016/04/11

A Simple way to look at Eclipse IoT

Eclipse IoT is a collection of 25 open source projects for the development of Internet of Things solutions.

2016/04/06

IBM Kick-Starts Eclipse OMR, a Toolkit for Creating Language Runtimes

IBM has created Eclipse OMR, an open-source virtual machine toolkit to create runtime environments for any language.

2016/04/01

Eclipse: Open Technology for Everything and Nothing in Particular

Summary: London event on March 23. "Eclipse is so much, much more than an IDE these days."

2016/03/16

Eclipse tackles Java API for IoT

Getting to the 20 billion IoT devices by 2020 that analysts predict is going to require a lot of developers to work really fast.


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