Monday, November 3, 2014

After EclipseCon is Before EclipseCon

Now that the EclipseCon Europe 2014 is over, it's time to focus on the next big community event: EclipseCon North America 2015 - especially since the deadline for the call for paper is already approaching. Better get your session proposal ready soon, if you want to share something new, cool, interesting or enlightening with your peers. If you are really fast, you may even reach the deadline for the early bird picks. Chances won't get better.
In other words: San Francisco. March 2015. EclipseCon. Submit now!


https://www.eclipsecon.org/na2015/cfp

In case you don't know it yet: EclipseCon North America will again feature theme days that focus on special topics, one of those will be dedicated to Xtext. If you want to share insights about your application of domain-specific languages, how you solved challenges in your language implementation or how you use the framework in general, I can only encourage you to submit a talk for the Xtext track.
As every year, I expect EclipseCon to be a great community event with deep technical content. Like nowhere else, you can get in touch with the committers of the various Eclipse projects, discuss solutions and have a great time. So even if you don't plan to submit a proposal, make sure to save the date: March 9 - 12 in sunny California, EclipseCon NA!
Still not convinced? Check out the impressions from past EclipseCons and see what you are going to miss!

2 comments:

mvmn said...

Hello Sebastian. Could you please help me with XText issue? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26850096/custom-terminals-in-xtext Thanks!

aliya seen said...

This is a valid point when we talk about languages. The rephrase sentences is possible to do online with the help of expertise.