If you want — or need — to learn more about the basics as well as the new directions of the open source Eclipse IDE at the core of many embedded development tool environments, you should think about attending the 2013 EclipseCon.
Planned for March 25-28 in Boston, EclipseCon is the annual technical conference focused on the latest innovations in both the Eclipse community and the software industry.
The EclipseCon 2013 technical program includes 140 technical sessions and 18 tutorials over four days lwith tracks on:
Eclipse 4: Sessions on migrating to Eclipse 4, and case studies of companies building applications based on Eclipse 4
Mobile and Device Development : Sessions on Android, 3D printing, machine-to-machine development, embedded C++, and more
Eclipse Modeling : Sessions on EMF, CDO, and domain specific languages
EclipseRT : Sessions on Eclipse Equinox, RAP, EclipseLink and more.
The conference registration price has been significantly reduced and includes a new non-corporate price of $500 is available to individuals who pay their own registration fees without corporate reimbursement. Students may attend free of charge in exchange for volunteer work at the conference.
More details about registration prices and volunteering are available on the EclipseCon 2013 registration page