Last month, we held our very first Eclipse IoT Day in Asia—Singapore more specifically, and it was a blast!
Ian Craggs, one of our speakers, did a really great job of writing up his summary of the event and I don’t feel like I have much to add! It was great to see that for this first event in the area, we ended up not only with an impressive line-up of speakers from all around the world but also a room literally packed with attendees.
In case you couldn’t attend, you will certainly be happy to hear that all the sessions were recorded, and are now available on our YouTube Channel. Check them out! You can also find a copy of the presentations here.
Eclipse IoT Day is coming to the Bay Area on May 14, 2018, and I really hope you will be joining us!
We have opened a Call for Papers that will end on Feb 15th – so you have about 3 weeks to submit your talk!
If you are considering submitting a talk but are not sure whether it would be a good fit, here are some of the reasons why it would totally be 🙂
- You are building an IoT solution that is based on open source software and Eclipse IoT components, and want to share some of the lessons learned along the way, the things you wished would be available as part of the open source IoT community
- You are contributing to an Eclipse IoT project and want to provide an update on the overall roadmap,
- You care about open standards, interoperability, security, edge computing, … and want to share your expertise and network with the attendees of the IoT Day.
Please don’t wait and submit your talk today! For what it’s worth I will be more than happy to chat with you if you need feedback regarding your session idea.