To celebrate the recent release of Ceylon 1.0, we're putting on a one-day free conference in Paris on Friday, January 24.
It's been a long three years since my first posts on this site describing our ideas for the Ceylon language. Now, finally, Ceylon 1.0 is feature complete. From the announcement on ceylon-lang.org:
If you travel in the JBoss universe you should be aware that Red Hat Summit and JUDCon are taking place in Boston between June 10th and June 14th. If you want to meet the persons behind the code, that's a pretty good deal.
In case you missed it, we just released the fourth milestone of Ceylon and Ceylon IDE. The next release will be the feature-complete Ceylon 1.0 beta, now due in January. We've also pushed a major update to Ceylon Herd.
This is the second release of the Ceylon compiler and other command line tools.
Great, I'm finally able to write, compile, and run Ceylon code that uses Java libraries from within Ceylon IDE:
The first official public release of the Ceylon IDE is out! You can read David's announcement here.