The name Java EE will have to go — we knew that already. Now’s your chance to have a say in this matter!
A lot has happened lately in the Eclipse MicroProfile world: they revamped the logo, released 1.2 and welcomed Oracle to its community.
Why did Skymind join the Eclipse Foundation last month? Chris Nicholson, CEO of Skymind and creator of Deeplearning4j, explains why open sourcing its libraries was a step forward to show developers and enterprises that Deeplearning4j is mature, secure, and a safe bet for deep learning.
InfoQ attended JAXLondon 2017 in October. One key highlight was a talk by Emily Jiang of IBM who shed some light on an Eclipse based collaborative platform called Eclipse MicroProfile.
The Java EE 8 release has been the slowest in history. Meanwhile, Java EE developers have been anxious to get their hands on it, because the world has changed dramatically in five years.
It's all about transparency. Mike Milinkovich, the Executive Director of the Eclipse Foundation took the floor at EclipseCon Europe 2017 to acknowledge that Oracle's decision to donate Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation (which, by the way, was triggered -among other reasons- by the presence of Eclipse MicroProfile in the Eclipse ecosystem) has trigged a huge change in the general perception of what the Eclipse Foundation is doing and what it stands for.
In Ludwigsburg, Germany, during EclipseCon (October 24-26), the new member of the Eclipse Foundation, Orange together with member Deutsche Telekom, will showcase and demonstrate how open source software and open standards along with commercial solutions can be used to create an ecosystem that addresses the needs of developers and consumers.
PrismTech™, a global leader in software platforms for distributed systems, today announced that it is expanding its Vortex™ DDS product portfolio to offer the open source option "Eclipse Cyclone."
Renesas Electronics Corporation announced today that the Renesas e2 studio integrated software development environment now has been expanded with new features
With over 10 years of releases and countless extensions and plugins, Eclipse remains one of the most popular IDEs for developers working across several domains
toem GmbH is proud to annouce they have joined the Eclipse Foundation as a solutions member
Eclipse Collections is a high performance Java collections framework, redesigned for Java 8 and beyond, adding rich functionality to the Java Collections framework.
The Eclipse Foundation have issued an open invitation for developers to get involved with the next phase of development of Java EE technologies
Interview with Java Champion Josh Juneau.
Skymind joins the Eclipse Foundation as a solution member contributing its machine-learning suite including Deeplearning4j, an open-source project for configuring and tuning deep neural networks.
It's been a few weeks since it was announced that Oracle would move Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation and we're already starting to see indications of how it's shaping up.
Java Enterprise Edition's new owner is starting to make changes to how Java EE will work and be supported.
Over the last couple of months a number of announcements have been made that change the the Java ecosystem.
Say hello to Eclipse Enterprise for Java! It’s only been a couple of weeks since Oracle announced that Java EE technologies will be moving to the Eclipse Foundation and now the first real step has been taken — there’s a draft charter too!
In a recent release, Cloudera, an IoT platform for machine learning and analytics in the cloud, announced it has joined the Eclipse Foundation as a Solutions member and now will participate in the Eclipse IoT Working Group.
Developers rejoice! IBM’s J9 is now an open source project. Pre-built OpenJDK binaries are now available on AdoptOpenJDK. Let’s see how Eclipse OpenJ9 fits into the OpenJDK ecosystem.
Highlighting the nine features -- with examples -- that will be included in the Eclipse Collections 9.0 release.
So it’s a good sign that within a month of initially announcing their intentions, Oracle (with help from IBM and Red Hat) have chosen the Eclipse Foundation as the future home for Java EE.
Oracle has chosen the Eclipse Foundation to be the new home of the Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE), the company announced today.
After careful review, we have selected the Eclipse Foundation as the foundation that we will work with going forward to make the above a reality.
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