The ECE 2019 Call for Papers is now open. The early-bird deadline is July 1 and final submission is July 15.
The world's leading technology vendors, including Fujitsu, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Red Hat, SAP, and Tomitribe, are collaborating at the Eclipse Foundation to advance enterprise Java technologies to support the migration of mission-critical applications to the cloud.
Active participation represents the best way to drive the vendor-neutral and rapid innovation necessary to modernize enterprise systems for cloud use cases.
Today we announced the launch of the openMobility Working Group that will focus on open and shared collaboration around one of the major issues in urban planning around autonomous vehicles and future transportation requirements.
Eclipse Foundation enterprise Java survey shows cloud deployments increasing over 2018 findings with 62% of Java developers building cloud native architectures now or within the year
The results of the 2019 Jakarta EE Developer Survey are out. Almost 1,800 Java developers from around the world have spoken.
Have questions about Jakarta EE 8? Check out Mike Milinkovich's newest FAQ blog!
The Eclipse Foundation's IP Team has been working hard to get the various agreements that we maintain between the Eclipse Foundation and community updated.
Summary of progress to date and implications of the agreement between Eclipse and Oracle on Jakarta EE and use of Java trademarks and the javax namespace.
After 15 years at 102 Centrepointe Drive in Ottawa, the Eclipse Foundation is on the move!
This year marks the fifth year the Eclipse IoT Working Group has asked the global IoT developer community to share their perceptions, requirements, and priorities.
Today, we released the 2019 IoT Developer Survey results that canvassed more than 1,700 developers about their IoT efforts!
As we prepare to engage in actual specification work, it's time to start thinking about changing the names of the specifications and the projects that contain their artifacts.
We have heard from members of the community some suggestions on what they need from the specification, but we can always use more!
We'd like to welcome Gabriela Motroc to the Eclipse Foundation as a Content Marketing Specialist based in Germany!
The survey wrapped up at midnight on Monday, March 25, with over 1,770 responses from developers around the globe.
The Eclipse Development Process has a notion of phases. Two of those phases are Incubation and Mature.
We are proud to announce that our 2019 IoT Developer Survey, organized by the Eclipse IoT Working Group, was a huge success with over 1,700 responses!
The Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) provides a framework and governance model for developers engaged in the process of developing specifications.
See the results of the Eclipse Foundation Sustaining Member and Committer Member elections for representatives to our Board of Directors.
The Jakarta EE Working Group is launching the Jakarta EE Developer Survey for 2019!
Check out what's new in 2019 for Jakarta EE!
Eclipse IoT reaches three million lines of code, 41 member companies, 37 IoT projects, and 350 contributors - bringing IoT leaders together to standardize open architecture.
The Eclipse IoT Working Group is pleased to launch the 2019 IoT Developer Survey and we want to hear from you!
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