EclipseCon 2014 -- Call for Papers

October 16, 2013 | 2 min Read

Well I’m going out west where I belong where the days are short and the nights are long

In 2014 EclipseCon is headed back to San Francisco and the submission system is now open. Eclipse is leading the way with innovative tools and technology across all aspects of the Software Lifecycle. From world class IDEs, to powerful runtimes such as OSGi and Vert.x, Eclipse is a leader in open source collaboration.

This year we want to continue the trend of excellent talks on stable Eclipse technologies such as Modelling, OSGi Runtimes, Eclipse RCP, IDEs and Software Lifecycle Tools. We also want to expand the scope of the conference into areas such as JavaScript development, Machine to Machine applications, embedded system development and Vert.x. See the Call For Papers for more details.

If you have something interesting to share about Eclipse technologies or best practices in Software Development, we want to hear from you.

There is an early-bird deadline on November 4th. This means that if you submit before November 4th you have a much better chance at getting your talk accepted (note: Early-bird submissions also qualify for the regular submission too, so you submit before November 4th you really get two chances of being accepted).

I hope to see you at EclipseCon 2014, where we’ll be out there having fun in the warm California sun.

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 …