FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
EclipseWorld 2007 Takes Enterprise IT Development To The
Cutting Edge — And Beyond!
This year, the leading independent Eclipse conference will
attract more than 800 enterprise IT developers
Huntington, N.Y., March 5, 2007 — BZ Media LLC
today announced that attendance at Eclipse World 2007, the independent
Eclipse conference for enterprise IT developers, is expected to exceed 800 –
more than 20 percent larger than last year’s record.
EclipseWorld, owned and produced by BZ Media, attracted
more than 600 attendees to its second annual conference, held in Cambridge,
Mass., in September 2006. For 2007, EclipseWorld moves to a larger facility,
the Hyatt Regency Reston, just outside of Washington, D.C. EclipseWorld 2007
will be held November 6-8.
Alan Zeichick, conference chairman for EclipseWorld 2007,
said, “Eclipse has reached the tipping point: you’ll find Eclipse, and
Eclipse-based tools, in most enterprise software-development departments.
Whether you’re writing in Java, C++ or COBOL, or targeting Linux, Unix or
Windows, the Eclipse platform is the de facto standard. And thanks to
exciting new capabilities, such as rich client development using the Eclipse
RCP tools and framework, enterprise reliance on Eclipse is only going to
Helping enterprises make the most of Eclipse, and of the
vast commercial Eclipse ecosystem is what EclipseWorld 2007 is all about.
Classes will cover topics from more efficient programming using
Eclipse-based tools, to improving software quality, enabling business
intelligence, creating AJAX and Web 2.0 applications, to coding for a
service oriented architecture (SOA).
Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse
Foundation, said, “The Eclipse platform is powerful, extensible and easy
to use. BZ Media’s EclipseWorld 2007 will help enterprise IT professionals
take the fullest advantage of the platform though its tutorials, technical
classes and networking opportunities. EclipseWorld 2007 in Reston will be a
wonderful opportunity to grow and inform the Eclipse community.”
Registration for EclipseWorld 2007 will open May 25, but
before then, sign up for the notification list at
www.eclipseworld.net. Everyone who
signs up for the notification list will receive a registration code good for
a $50 discount on a EclipseWorld 2007 Full Event Passport.
EclipseWorld 2007 will have an exhibition hall, and
sponsorship opportunities are still available. Companies interested in
sponsorships are encouraged to contact Donna Esposito, events director, at
firstname.lastname@example.org, for additional information about reaching more
than 800 enterprise IT Eclipse tools buyers at EclipseWorld 2007.
BZ Media is an Associate Member of the Eclipse Foundation.