Monday, October 21, 2013

Are you coming to Ludwigsburg next week?

The OSGi Community Event 2013 is taking place next week in Ludwigsburg, Germany between Tues 29 and Thurs 31 Oct.

We have a schedule that is overflowing with OSGi goodness.  The conference kicks off with a "Mastering OSGi with Ease" tutorial on Tuesday morning. From Tues afternoon to close on Thursday there are 26 OSGi talks ranging from embedded, to enterprise, to cloud and covering topics from development hints, tips and best practices, to case studies on how OSGi is being in the world. In addition Thursday morning sees an OSGi Keynote from Ian Robinson of IBM called Travelling Light for the Long Haul.

The full schedule is available online.

There will also be an OSGi BOF on one of the evenings offering the opportunity to find out more about some of the current OSGi Alliance initiatives and to discuss OSGi opportunities and challenges that you see.  Further details on the BOF will be announced soon.

The Community Event is co-located with EclipseCon Europe and there is still time to register to secure your place.  All attendees also get full access to the EclipseCon Europe conference. Details on registration, location and hotels are available on the Community Event homepage.

There are of course plenty of social activities and opportunities to network with your friends and peers, and of course drink and eat plenty of German beer and food!  Tuesday evening sees a Stammtisch and Cirque d'Eclipse; and a reception will be held on Wednesday evening.

It you are joining us for the Community Event you may also be interested in the popular full day Code Camp that the OSGi Users' Forum Germany are running the day before the Community Event (Monday 28 Oct) - Building OSGi based HTML5 Web Application with Peter Kriens and Neil Bartlett. Full details of the agenda and how to register for this are available here.

If you have any questions please email the OSGi Community Event Program Committee.

We hope you can join us and look forward to seeing you next week.

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