EclipseCon Europe 2014 is in full launch mode and our team is already diving in.

We're setup at booth #18, located outside the theater, and ready to share with you the latest product updates to our Eclipse technologies.B1BuAsoIQAE2_Gx.jpg-large

Stop on by our booth to catch up with our conference team, hear from SSI Schafer on leveraging the Eclipse platform for large scale development, and for a chance at winning Ollie!

B1Be_i3IQAA86e8.jpg-largeThis year we've got 2 app-controlled Ollie robots to give away. Find Tamara in the theater foyer to learn how you can enter to win one of these super fun gizmos. And be sure to watch your step in the foyer, as our team is giving you a bit of play time with Ollie when you enter our raffle. 

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Posted on Oct 28th 2014