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=== Location ===
 
=== Location ===
To be announced soon. We are still visiting nice locations in Downtown Madrid.
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Ayre Gran Hotel Colón
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http://www.ayrehoteles.com/hotel-colon/
  
 
=== Date and Time ===
 
=== Date and Time ===
  
Thursday, May 7th, 2015, 9:00
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Thursday, May 21th, 2015, 9:00
  
Registration: Will open soon.
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Registration: The event is free but you need to register [http://sqs.es/en/breakfast_courses_inscription.php here]
  
 
=== Sponsors & Organizers ===
 
=== Sponsors & Organizers ===
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* 9.00-9.30 Registration and welcome
 
* 9.00-9.30 Registration and welcome
 
* 9.30-10.15: What's new about Eclipse: the IDE and beyond! by Gaël Blondelle, Director of European Ecosystem Development at the Eclipse Foundation.
 
* 9.30-10.15: What's new about Eclipse: the IDE and beyond! by Gaël Blondelle, Director of European Ecosystem Development at the Eclipse Foundation.
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Abstract:<br>
 
The Eclipse project was born in 2001, and the Eclipse Foundation turned 10. In the digital era, it looks old, but instead of resting on one's laurels, the Eclipse ecosystem innovates in new domains like IoT, Location aware technologies, Embedded Systems and more. This talk will present projects and initiatives you would not expect to find inside the Eclipse community if you still identify Eclipse mainly with the Java IDE.
 
The Eclipse project was born in 2001, and the Eclipse Foundation turned 10. In the digital era, it looks old, but instead of resting on one's laurels, the Eclipse ecosystem innovates in new domains like IoT, Location aware technologies, Embedded Systems and more. This talk will present projects and initiatives you would not expect to find inside the Eclipse community if you still identify Eclipse mainly with the Java IDE.
 
Open you eyes and your ears, and be ready to learn more about open innovation "à la" Eclipse.
 
Open you eyes and your ears, and be ready to learn more about open innovation "à la" Eclipse.
* 10.15-11.15 Presentation from Benjamin Cabé  
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* 10.15-11.15 "Open Source for the Internet of Things" by Benjamin Cabé, IoT Evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation
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Abstract:<br>
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The Internet of Things is coming, and open source developer tools and frameworks are starting to take shape to support it. At Eclipse there is a vibrant community working on the very building blocks of every IoT application, from the standard communication protocols needed to achieve interoperability, to the frameworks that help build efficient and reusable software. In this presentation, Benjamin will be helping you understand the challenges of building IoT solutions, and he will show you why and how you should rely on open source technology for your next IoT project.
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* 11.15-11.45 Networking breakfast
 
* 11.15-11.45 Networking breakfast
 
* 11.45-12.45 IOT testing and the integration of our toll TWF with eclipse by SQS presentation
 
* 11.45-12.45 IOT testing and the integration of our toll TWF with eclipse by SQS presentation
 
* 12.15-13.15 Last minutes for networking
 
* 12.15-13.15 Last minutes for networking

Latest revision as of 08:47, 20 April 2015

Location

Ayre Gran Hotel Colón http://www.ayrehoteles.com/hotel-colon/

Date and Time

Thursday, May 21th, 2015, 9:00

Registration: The event is free but you need to register here

Sponsors & Organizers

Organized by Sqs logo.png

Supported by Eclipse logo colour.png

Agenda

  • 9.00-9.30 Registration and welcome
  • 9.30-10.15: What's new about Eclipse: the IDE and beyond! by Gaël Blondelle, Director of European Ecosystem Development at the Eclipse Foundation.

Abstract:
The Eclipse project was born in 2001, and the Eclipse Foundation turned 10. In the digital era, it looks old, but instead of resting on one's laurels, the Eclipse ecosystem innovates in new domains like IoT, Location aware technologies, Embedded Systems and more. This talk will present projects and initiatives you would not expect to find inside the Eclipse community if you still identify Eclipse mainly with the Java IDE. Open you eyes and your ears, and be ready to learn more about open innovation "à la" Eclipse.

  • 10.15-11.15 "Open Source for the Internet of Things" by Benjamin Cabé, IoT Evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation

Abstract:
The Internet of Things is coming, and open source developer tools and frameworks are starting to take shape to support it. At Eclipse there is a vibrant community working on the very building blocks of every IoT application, from the standard communication protocols needed to achieve interoperability, to the frameworks that help build efficient and reusable software. In this presentation, Benjamin will be helping you understand the challenges of building IoT solutions, and he will show you why and how you should rely on open source technology for your next IoT project.

  • 11.15-11.45 Networking breakfast
  • 11.45-12.45 IOT testing and the integration of our toll TWF with eclipse by SQS presentation
  • 12.15-13.15 Last minutes for networking

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