Everything you need to know about the Language Server Procotol (aka LSP) is in this month's newsletter!
What is an Eclipse DemoCamp and why should I organise one?
We worked with Deutsche Bahn (DB) to find out how they use Eclipse IoT technology on their railway system!
Submissions are now open for EclipseCon Europe 2017, October 24 - 26, in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
See the program, and register by May 12 for the best price.
Announcing the creation of the Eclipse IoT Open Testbeds, an initiative to drive adoption of IoT open source and open standards.
Investigating distributed microservices? Want to get rid of your monolithic enterprise applications or not create new ones? Reactive design can help.
The Eclipse Foundation is releasing Eclipse IoT Open Testbeds, to demonstrate how open-source software is used to create IoT solutions.
Last week, Obeo sent me to San Jose, California to attend the 1st Eclipse Converge and Devoxx US which was really cool of them.
Devoxx US kicked off today. Day 1 of the inaugural North American edition of the popular European software conference that was created in 2001 by Stephan Janssen.
Mike Milinkovich, the executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, kicked off Eclipse Converge 2017 this week with an update for attendees on doings at the 13-year-old organization.
DLR joins Eclipse Foundation, bringing new projects such as SUMO and projects in eMobiliy, Automotive and more.
Working with the Eclipse Foundation to create industry standards by sharing code rather than creating specs.
An action packed week ahead. Eclipse Day Grenoble 2017 is back on Mar 9 2017, followed by the Hamburg Hackathon on Mar 10.
Benjamamin Cabé lays out the three reasons why you need to attend Devoxx US, Eclipse Converge, and Eclipse IoT Day.
Interested in attending Devoxx US? Find out why IBM's Sandhya Kapoor is excited for the first Devoxx US conference.
Tracy Miranda of Kichwa Coders discusses the importance of the Eclipse Foundation's new Diversity strategy.
Open source smart home platform gains Ubuntu snap packages.
MicroProfile, the community initiative to provide a microservices standard platform for enterprise Java, has joined the Eclipse Foundation to become an Eclipse project.
Hear from Mike Milinkovich from the Eclipse Foundation, as open source Foundation Leaders weigh in.
The big news for 8.4 is that we’ve added support for conditions and loops in the Integrated Test Environment (ITE).
Diamond Light Source sets out to migrate a mission-critical, Java-based acquisition system to dynamic class loading.
Eclipse Che lets you convert any production runtime into a developer workspace.
All relevant artifacts of Neon.2 produced by the Eclipse Project, are now “officially” available from Maven Central.
GeoTrellis 1.0 released under LocationTech; a major achievement for the community that helped build the project.
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