EclipseCon Europe happened in October 2017 in Ludwigsburg, Germany and featured a ton of Red Hat speakers.
My personal focus for this event was Eclipse MicroProfile and I gave a talk about the monitoring aspects of Eclipse MicroProfile.
(Slides are available on SlideShare)
In my talk, I basically presented what I have written about in these two blog posts:
Other presentations around MicroProfile were:
While too many folks (in IT) still equate the term "Eclipse" with "Eclipse IDE," it is already clear from "Eclipse MicroProfile" that the Eclipse Foundation umbrella has many more projects that have nothing to do with the IDE. The Internet of Things (IoT) was a big topic at the conference as well as modeling. And of course the move from Java EE under the Eclipse foundation as "EE4J."
We did a panel session at the conference and presented about it.
Later in the day, there was also a Bof session with quite a number of questions from the community that is eager to start participating in EE4J.
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