IoT Developers: Please Complete the Survey by June 26
The 2020 IoT Developer Survey closes June 26 so please take a few minutes to add your voice to the survey if you haven’t already done so. The more responses we receive, the more insight we gain, and the more value IoT developers and other members of the IoT ecosystem will realize from the survey results.
This is the first time the IoT Developer Survey includes questions about edge technologies and tools so it’s a unique opportunity to influence IoT industry direction at a time when it’s rapidly evolving. With your responses, the Eclipse IoT Working Group and the Eclipse Edge Native Working Group will have the insight needed to continue aligning their roadmaps with your priorities and requirements for cloud-to-edge IoT solution development.
The survey can be completed in less than 10 minutes. Start now.
Jakarta EE: Watch for Our Survey Results and the Jakarta EE 9 Milestone Release
In just a few days, we’ll be sharing the results of the 2020 Jakarta EE Developer Survey. We received more than 2,100 survey responses from developers around the world so the results will go a long way toward helping everyone in the Java ecosystem understand how the cloud native world for enterprise Java is unfolding.
Also, keep an eye out for our announcement about the Jakarta EE 9 milestone release date. This milestone release is an important and necessary step on the road to further innovation using cloud native technologies for Java.
To celebrate the milestone release, we’re hosting a virtual release party on the release day. Check our social media for the announcement and be sure to register to hear from community superstars and industry leaders in the cloud native Java ecosystem as they discuss the release.
For the latest updates on Jakarta EE 9 progress, click here.
Virtual Events Are Gaining Momentum
We’re pleased to report the Eclipse community is actively engaging in the Foundation’s virtual events and more events are planned. Be sure to check our list of upcoming Eclipse Foundation events below.
First, here’s a brief summary of recent successful events:
- JakartaOne Livestream Cloud Native for Java
More than 300 people attended the event live and more than 240 people have watched session replays. As the map below shows, we’ve had participants from every continent, except Antarctica, confirming the great potential for virtual events to keep our global community connected.
- Virtual Eclipse IoT and Edge
More than 100 people attended the event live and more than 85 have watched session replays.
- Open Source AI Workshop
More than 200 people registered and 100 people attended the event live.
Save the Dates
Below is a list of upcoming Eclipse Foundation events. Check the individual webpages for details about paper submission and registration dates:
- JakartaOne Livestream Brazil, August 29, 2020
- OSD Forum, September 15, 2020
- Eclipse SAM IoT 2020, September 17-18, 2020
- EclipseCon 2020, October 19-22, 2020
For a complete list of community events, visit our events page.
We encourage all community members to submit their events for promotion through our newsroom.
Learn More About Our Value to European Organizations in the Global Open Source Ecosystem
When we announced the Eclipse Foundation is transitioning to become a European-based organization, we also published supporting materials to help people better understand the value the Foundation brings to European organizations delivering open source innovation with a global impact:
- Read our new white paper: Enabling Digital Transformation in Europe Through Global Open Source Collaboration
- Learn about our European research partnerships: Bringing European Research Innovations to the World Through Open Source Collaboration
To learn more about the transition, visit eclipse.org/Europe.