EclipseCon Europe -- Talks On-line

November 17, 2011 | 1 min Read

Eclipse has two annual conferences, EclipseCon (North America) and EclipseCon Europe. These are great venues to learn about what’s happening in the Eclipse eco-system, explore up-and-coming technologies and get to know the wonderful people behind Eclipse.

If you’re wondering how a ‘simple IDE’ can fill two annual conferences, please read on!

EclipseCon Europe had a number of tracks, including talks related to modelling, Java 7, and Machine-to-Machine compatibility (yes, Eclipse has technology in all those spaces).  EclipseCon Europe also hosted the Eclipse 10th Birthday party!

I attended the conference.  Unfortunately, there were too many interesting talks and I missed many of the ones I really wanted to see.  Luckily the talks are now on-line at (if you can’t find your talk, wait a few days… they seem to be uploading them as I type this).  By having the talks available, I was able to attend the conference, meet with all the interesting people and still find time to absorb the technical details. This is a great service, thanks!

I should also point out that the deadline for talk submissions to EclipseCon (North America) is Friday November 18th.

Ian Bull

Ian Bull

Ian is an Eclipse committer and EclipseSource Distinguished Engineer with a passion for developer productivity.

He leads the J2V8 project and has served on several …