One month left for the EclipseCon Europe 2013 call for papers
Eclipse users and developers have just under a month left to submit a talk proposal to the organisers of EclipseCon Europe 2013. The organisers from the Eclipse Foundation are looking for proposals for 35 minute talks and three hour tutorials that cover one of a number of subjects, including Eclipse itself, OSGi, Java and web technologies. Additional themes of this year's conference are machine to machine (M2M) embedded systems and using Eclipse to build industry-specific applications in areas such as banking, aerospace automotive. In the latter area, the EclipseCon team is looking for speakers who can present case studies involving the use of Eclipse software.
The organisers also provide an "Other Cool Stuff" category for talks and tutorials that don't fit in any of the other categories. The deadline for the submission of papers is 12 August. Speakers who submit by 31 July will be notified early if their talk or tutorial is accepted and will receive more publicity on the conference web site. More information on the submission process is available in the Submission and Speaker FAQs on the EclipseCon site. The conference will take place from 29 to 31 October in Ludwigsburg, Germany, which is located about 12 kilometres north of Stuttgart.