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I am happy to present the selected talks for the Modeling Symposium for EclipseCon North America 2014. It is scheduled for the third day of the conference, i.e., Wednesday, March 19th, 5pm. The symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present a brief overview of their work. We offer four 12-minute lightning slots  to facilitate a broad range of topics. The primary goal is to...

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EclipseCon 2014 is less than 6 weeks away and I'm getting pretty excited. The schedule has been published and the diversity of talks is really what makes this such a fun conference. While I helped pick the program, the real thank-you goes to the great program committee I worked with.  John, Cedric, Dave, Andrew, Shawn, Pascal, Eike, Lars, Gunnar and Tom -- working with you was...

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I am happy to announce that Ed, Eugen and I are organizing the Modeling Symposium for EclipseCon North America 2014. It is scheduled for the third day of the conference, i.e., Wednesday, March 19th. The symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present a brief overview of their work. We offer 10 minute lightning slots (including questions) to facilitate a broad range...

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The final submission deadline for EclipseCon 2014 is here! If you haven't submitted your talk, now is a GREAT TIME! https://twitter.com/irbull/status/402142243911241728 https://twitter.com/alblue/status/402142894653308928 This is really shaping up to be an awesome conference. We have some excellent content on Tools and Software Lifecycle, Eclipse RT, Modeling, OSGi, C/C++,  Java 8, e4 / RCP and JavaScript. We also have some very specialized content on Vert.x, M2M and PolarSys. Thank-you to everyone...

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Last week was the early-bird deadline for EclipseCon 2014 and I was extremely impressed with the quality of submissions. It was very hard to pick just five, but lucky for me, I have an excellent Program Committee helping! Here are the five early-bird selections: At the Mountains of Madness with Bling3D - Tony McCrary and Jon Mietling Turning Eclipse Into an Arduino Programming Platform for Kids - Mélanie Bats Connecting the Eclipse...

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Now that everyone is recovered from EclipseCon Europe -- and has plenty of Halloween candy to snack on -- why not spend a few minutes and submit a EclipseCon 2014 talk. The early bird deadline is Monday November 4th. If you hit the early bird deadline, you'll have two chances to get your talk accepted. See the Call for Papers for details [1], or leave a comment (or...

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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...

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We are looking forward to the Modeling Symposium at EclipseCon Europe 2013. The modeling symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present brief overviews of their work. There will be six 9-minute lightning talks covering a broad range of topics. The primary goal is to introduce new and interesting technology features. The symposium will take place on Tuesday, October 29th, 17:30-18:30, see here for...

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I am happy to announce that Ed, Eugen and I are organizing the Modeling Symposium for EclipseCon Europe 2013. It is scheduled for the first day of the conference, i.e., Tuesday, October 29th. The symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present a brief overview of their work. We offer 10 minute lightning slots (including questions) to facilitate a broad range of...

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EclipseCon 2013 Starts next week, and from my twitter feed it seems the Eclipse community has already started their pilgrimage to Boston. While many people know Eclipse as a great IDE, did you know Eclipse also provides a powerful software stack to build enterprise applications on? From Modularity to Java Persistence to a world class Webserver, Eclipse is showing up in places you'd never expect -- including the...

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