|From:||"Software Magazine" <email@example.com>
||To:||"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>||Subject:|| Open Source Leaders Take the Stage of EclipseCon 2004, Feb. 2-6, Anaheim
||Date:|| Thu, 20 Nov 2003 18:59:28 -0700
Greetings Software Professional,
Open source community leaders including Michael Tiemann, CTO of Red
Hat, Grady Booch of IBM Rational, Erich Gamma of the Eclipse Java Dev
Tools project, Gregor Kiczales of the University of B.C., and John Wiegand
of the Eclipse Platform project, head a lineup of speakers slated for
EclipseCon 2004, a new technical conference organized by the Eclipse
open source consortium.
Scheduled for Feb. 2-6, 2004 in Anaheim, Calif., EclipseCon is being
produced and managed by the Object Management Group, an Eclipse
consortium member and Softwaremag.com business partner. Sponsors to date include
Hewlett-Packard Co., IBM Rational Software, SAP, Catalyst Systems
Corp., ETRI, INNOOPRACT, Intel Corp., MKS Inc., Scapa Technologies, and
The event is targeted to developers, software architects, technical
managers, systems integrators, thought leaders and other software
development tools producers and consumers using or interested in learning about
Attendees will learn about the culture of open tools, why and how the
Eclipse technology evolved, the drive behind the rapid open platform
development process, and how Eclipse applies to a broad range of computer
To learn more about the conference and to register, visit:
www.eclipsecon.org/sm or call 781-444-0404 for more information.
Since the inception of Eclipse in 2001, over 175 vendors and hundreds
of open source projects have committed to Eclipse. The Eclipse Web site
registers 10,000 Eclipse Platform download request per day and has
delivered over 90 terabytes of data since its inception.
We hope to see you at the event!
The EclipseCon Conference Committee