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Rocio Trujillo
Graphic Designer and Social Media enthusiast.
Hello fellow developers!
Last week we had the honor to participate at EclipseCon Europe 2015, this time in Ludwigsburg, Germany! (Not too shabby!)
Needless to say, we had a wonderful time there.
During our time at EclipseCon we were able to show demos of our newest product family addition “Webclipse”, and all the very useful features that are included in it. Gerrit Workflow was one of our most acclaimed demos and our Slack integration with capability of instant snippet sharing was a very close second. Being in Ludwigsburg for EclipseCon was undoubtedly a very rich experience, not only because it was full of great local people, we also got to meet with many companies and organizers from different parts of the world that share with us the love for coding and new technologies. It was amazing how we were able to connect with old customers that use our products on a daily basis and being able to add new customers that are about to make their coding experience even richer with our products. For all that we are truly grateful.

codecopter
One of the best parts of conventions are raffles and giveaways. Our inner nerd gets pretty happy when it comes across cool swag. We get it! Which is why we organized a daily raffle with these cool “Codecopters”. If you don’t know it, check it out in action at the event.

Congratulations to all our 6 winners! Now we will be thinking what other amazing things we will be giving for next conference. Thank you for your support!
Thanks to all the attendees and we’ll look forward to keep in touch and see more and more people every year. We care about our communication with all of you,  so don’t forget to send us your comments through social media, email, fax or even messenger doves! Whatever… the important is, you talk and we will listen.


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Posted on Nov 10th 2015