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2020 IoT Developer Survey: Share What You Do to Shape the Industry

The Eclipse IoT working group is now running its annual IoT Developer Survey. It will stay open until June 26, 2020. We need your input to make it a success! In 2019, more than 1,700 developers participated, with 1,100 of them working on IoT projects in a professional capacity. We hope to get even more participants for this year’s edition.
Given how busy you are, why would you invest 10 minutes on this survey? By participating, you help us understand the latest IoT solutions and service development trends and how these will impact the market. In other words: you help us gather data that you will be able to use to inform your strategy and drive your business to success. Moreover, since the members of Eclipse IoT take a close look at the results, you can influence their roadmaps by participating to the survey. Where else will you find a direct line to Bosch, Eurotech, Red Hat and many other IoT leaders?
With 45 projects and more than 40 member organizations, Eclipse IoT is already the lar…

A Virtual Event With a Focus on the Real World

April 9, 2020 was supposed to be a big day for the Eclipse IoT, Eclipse Edge Native and Eclipse Sparkplug communities. We were planning to gather in a room of the San Jose Convention Center to have a full day of presentations and networking. Unfortunately, that event got cancelled due to the Coronarivus pandemic.

Given we had such a strong speaker lineup, we decided to organize a virtual event instead. The Eclipse Virtual IoT and Edge Native Day will be held on May 28, 2020 from 10:00 to 16:00 Eastern Daylight time. The theme for the day is "Our Open Source Ecosystem Means Business". Each of the talks we have focuses on real-world technology that you can use right away to build IoT and Edge Computing solutions.

I will have the pleasure to kick start the day with a session describing how you can leverage our most popular IoT and edge computing projects. I will also cover the latest developments in our three working groups.

Please visit the event's website for more details…