EclipseCon 2013 -- Call for Submissions

September 19, 2012 | 1 min Read

What happens when you mix one of the best open source communities with some awesome open source software in a really cool city like Boston Massachusetts? You get the making of one amazing conference.

EclipseCon 2013 is coming to Boston (March 25-28) next year! EclipseCon has always been my favorite conference.  The technical content is top-notch, the people are great, and I usually end up hacking on something pretty cool in the bar at all hours of the night.

The submission system is now open and we’re looking for some great speakers. If you’re doing something with Eclipse, EclipseRT, Modeling, ALM, OSGi, Web or Mobile development, consider submitting a talk.  I really hope some of the old-time Eclipse developers – who are currently away perusing other interests at places like Mozilla, Microsoft or Google – stop by and give us an update.  I’m also really excited to hear about how software tools are transforming our industry.

A lot is changing at Eclipse right now.  I’m confident that EclipseCon 2013 will showcase the future of our great platform. Follow @irbull

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 …