We are happy to co-organize an IoT breakfast together with Eclipse Foundation member SQS, on May 21 in Madrid (Ayre Gran Hotel Colón).
I’ve already been asked “An IoT breakfast? What’s that!?” – well, think of it as your regular meetup, only we’re doing it in the morning rather than in the late afternoon
The agenda will be as follows:
- What’s new about Eclipse: the IDE and beyond! by Gaël Blondelle, Director of European Ecosystem Development at the Eclipse Foundation.
- Open Source for the Internet of Things by Benjamin Cabé, IoT Evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation
- Testing the IoT. Challenges, Approaches and Tools by Itziar Ormaetxea, SQS TestLab Manager
The event is free but you need to register. We have limited space so please don’t wait. I hope to see you there!
At EclipseCon 2015, I spoke with Alex Blewitt from InfoQ, and gave an update on the cool stuff happening at Eclipse IoT. It is hard to believe that it is only two years since my last interview with Alex – so many new projects and companies involved today!
Check out the interview here.
Last week I gave a presentation at Devoxx and shared the floor with my esteemed colleague Wayne Beaton. While he covered some of the very cool feature being baked into the Eclipse IDE for the upcoming Mars release, I did talk about the Eclipse IoT technology portfolio, in particular what is available for Java Developers.
Check out the slides below, and expect the video recording to be made available shortly on Parleys, too.