Teams will be challenged to integrate at least one other Eclipse IoT project with Eclipse ioFog and showcase what they were able to accomplish. Representatives from all Eclipse projects are welcome to come help guide, coach, and influence participants to make use of their projects. There will be prizes for the standouts, plus giveaways (and fun) for all!
The event is part of Community Night on Tuesday, October 22, from 19:30 - 22:00 in the Theater Stage room at the Forum.
At EclipseCon Europe, Tuesday has traditionally been "BoF Night" with a mix of pre-scheduled and onsite-organized Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions during the evening.
This year, Community Evening expands this concept of attendee-organized activities, with a variety of content and gatherings designed to allow attendees to exchange ideas, learn new concepts, and have fun with each other. (There will be beer!) Community Evening includes an Edge Computing hackathon, a Project Pitch game, Eclipse Night School, and – of course – BoFs!
If you would like to propose a pre-scheduled BoF, please use this submission form (you must be logged in first). If we have space, we will add your BoF to the Community Evening schedule.
You may also organize a BoF after you arrive at the conference. Just check out the BoF Board near Registration to see how it's done.
Jens Reimann takes us on a tour of the Rust programming language in his talk, A tale of Rust, the ESP32 and IoT.
Rust is an amazing new programing language. It finds many more programming issues during compile time than most other languages. It is performant, natively compiled. It is also developed in a true, open source, community fashion. With that, it creates an amazing ecosystem around it.