imageedit_4_6291841343Our team is back from EclipseCon North America! We enjoyed our time in sunny San Francisco, but now we're ready to hit the ground running.

Our week at EclipseCon was filled with activities, from exhibit hours, meet-and-greets, to our Raspberry Pi session down to indoor go-karting, we are filled with excitement and buzz from the conference.

I'm thrilled to report that our Internet of Things session on how to  "Pimp Your Pi with Eclipse RCP for Your Home TV" was given to a standing room only crowd. It's incredible to see our little Pi Plug project garner so much excitement from all you Eclipse tinkerers! You can learn more about our PiPlug which provides an extensible front-end for the Raspberry Pi and allows small Java plug-ins to be written using Eclipse SWT on GitHub : http://genuitec.github.io/piplug

Those of you who couldn't make the conference, or couldn't elbow your way in, can check out our session which we've posted for you below.

Step-by-step instructions for setting up your Raspberry Pi with the PiPlug are included with the download on GitHub.

We'd love to see and hear about what you are doing with Raspberry Pi and our PiPlug! If you're working on some crazy awesome apps for your Pi, share a link with us on our FaceBook page or hit us up on Twitter.

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Posted on Mar 25th 2014