Wednesday, January 17, 2018

OSGi Community Event Slides and Videos

I can't believe we are already into the third week of 2018 and the holidays and year-end festivities are long forgotten already.  That is of course unless you celebrate Chinese New Year, which is only a month away now.

The presentations and video recordings from the OSGi Community Event 2017 conference are now available. These can be found on the OSGi Community Event 2017 home page

Unfortunately, for the first time in at least 5 years, I was not able to make it to the event last year. I hear from all accounts though that it was another successful co-location with EclipseCon Europe. We had a packed tutorial on OSGi and Bndtools, some excellent presentations, and an engaging and lively Birds of a Feather session. 

It was also great to have Intel delivering the OSGi Keynote discussing their experiences and key learnings from modularizing one of their applications by migrating to OSGi (Slides / Video).

New for the 2017 event, we have created a YouTube playlist of all of the presentations from the conference. So if you have some time and just want to kick back and watch lots of videos on OSGi be sure to check this out. 

We have also created video playlists for the 2015 and 2016 OSGi Community Events too and you can find all of these on the OSGi Alliance YouTube Channel.

2018 looks set to be a very busy year for the OSGi Alliance with the R7 (Release 7) specification due and several new opportunities for you to tell us and the world about how you are using OSGi whether you are an individual, a small, medium or large end user, or a software vendor.

We are always interested in your feedback and suggestions so if you have anything you want to share or suggest you can add it is a comment to this post or send it to the OSGi Marketing team.

That just leaves me to wish everyone the best for 2018 and encourage you to stay tuned to this blog, our Twitter feed and/or join our LinkedIn Group to hear the latest news and be notified about the technical posts on modularity coming up this year.

Blog Archive