The Eclipse Ecosystem is a LOT MORE than just the Eclipse IDE. Its hosts 340+ projects: MQTT, Jetty, Hudson, Vert.x, AspectJ, GeoMesa, StatET, RCP/SWT, Paho, Babel, EGerrit and many more...
Eclipse Summit India 2017 is the 2nd annual conference presented by the local Eclipse Community in collaboration with The Eclipse Foundation. It is designed by the community, for the community. This is a great opportunity for the Eclipse fraternity in India to learn, explore, share, and collaborate on the latest ideas and information about Eclipse ecosystem and its community of projects with the core contributors, adopters, extenders, service providers, consumers and business and research organizations.
- Day 1 of the conference is dedicated to Open IoT (Internet of Things).
- Day 2 and 3 will look at other Eclipse Projects and case studies.
The conference would include the following topics:
- Eclipse Platform / RCP / Runtimes - Talks about the Eclipse Platform, Eclipse RCP, e4, OSGi, Eclipse RT, etc., and covering case studies, best practices, or the future of these technologies
- Web / Mobile / Cloud Development - Talks about cloud development environments, web frameworks, experience in implementing web or mobile applications or related topics; this track will also cover tools for containerized apps, platforms as a service, and Big Data
- Modeling - Talks about Eclipse modeling technologies as well as domain-specific languages, with a focus on recent advances and industrial experience
- Methodology and Devops - Talks on tools and methodology that are used throughout the software development process: application lifecycle management (ALM), continuous integration and continuous deployment, quality assurance, etc.
- Embedded and IoT - Talks about technology in the embedded environment: debugging tools, open hardware, IoT, constrained software development, and electronics systems and design
- Science - Talks about the tools on a scientific workbench, or about performing data analysis, visualization, or modeling in a scientific field; any science-related topic is welcome
- Java 9 - Talks on new features, experience reports with early access releases, or progress reports about support for existing tooling.
- Other Cool Stuff - Other interesting things that you think developers need to learn, such as usability, community building, or legal issues – you decide what you think is cool!
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