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It will be a packed day of information, from keynotes to technical sessions, demos, and lightning talks – covering Java EE, Java SE, JavaFX, Java ME, and, of course, Java Embedded.
I will be there, talking about “Java in the Internet of Things: Small, Smart, Connected”.
Hope to see you on Tuesday!
JavaOne in Russia ended yesterday, with over 2000 developers attending.
Embedded Java was a a hot topic (as it is pretty much everywhere these days) – check out the video on the Smart Home demo with Java ME Embedded on Raspberry Pi, and catch up with other demos and things happening at JavaOne Russia.
Each platform has its strengths, and your choice depends on your requirements. What’s important is that together, Java ME Embedded and Java SE Embedded cover the embedded space from very small to very large, and give you a single development architecture to build embedded solutions easily and quickly.
For more details, see the below table.
Have you been working on a cool application, solved a tricky embedded problem, or helped deliver an industrial-grade solution using Java?
There is a lot of great stuff happening in the embedded Java space. The world wants to hear about it.
Submit your proposal to JavaOne 2013 in San Francisco and present your work to thousands of like-minded Java developers!
The Call for Papers has been extended by a week, to April 23rd (watch the web pages for updates).
Get extra credit from me for using Java ME Embedded on Raspberry Pi. Check it out and do something fun and inspiring with it.
At JavaOne 2012 Oracle announced its entry into the small embedded space: Java ME Embedded 3.2.
Today we are announcing the availability of two exciting follow-up releases:
- Java ME Embedded 3.3 for Raspberry Pi (Early Access)
- Java ME SDK 3.3 (Early Access)
With these releases, Java developers can now develop feature-rich embedded Java ME applications and run them on the popular Raspberry Pi board. The new version supports a number of new or improved features:
- Support of Raspberry Pi Model B running Linux Wheezy hard float
- Multi-tasking virtual machine for running multiple applications concurrently and reliably
- Full-featured application provisioning and management
- An enhanced Device Access API, which allows developers to access peripheral I/O directly from Java, including devices on GPIO, UART, I2C, and SPI
- Network and memory monitoring tools
- Various additional enhancements in both the Java ME Embedded runtime and the Java ME SDK
Get a quick intro by watching Simon Ritter’s webcast “Java ME Embedded on the Raspberry Pi”.
Go here to find out more and download Java ME Embedded and Java ME SDK, including an overview, Getting Started Guide, FAQ, and full documentation.
That’s all for today – I will post more information next week.
Next week, the embedded industry descends on Nuremberg, Germany, for the annual embeddedworld conference.
In driving the “Device to Data Center” vision, Oracle has yet again increased its presence at the show:
You will find Oracle’s large booth located in hall 5, booth #134.
The Oracle presence is built around a total of six end-to-end demos which all integrate into Oracle’s “Device to Data Center” vision. The demos include intelligent embedded edge devices, mobile phones and tablets, gateways, databases, event processing and service bus functionality, end-to-end communication and security, and enterprise infrastructure, integration, and applications.
The demos highlight a variety of use cases ranging from intelligent home, building control, security management, healthcare and health monitoring, home gateway scenarios, to asset tracking and monitoring.
Our partners at the booth are Deutsche Telekom, Freescale, and Arkessa – who are showcasing products and services built around Java and Oracle products.
My colleagues and I are presenting four talks on topics across the Java embedded space (for the full conference program, see here):
- Harnessing the Explosion of Advanced Microcontrollers with Embedded Java, 16:30 (session 2)
- A New Platform for Ubiquitous Computing: Oracle Java ME Embedded, 16:00 (session 10)
- Developing with Security for Java Embedded Devices, 14:30 (session 17)
- Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy, 16:45 (session 10)
- Java-Based Home Gateway for the Intelligent Energy Grid of the Future, 11:00 (session 27)
A number of Oracle executives and experts will be available throughout the show, so please stop by if you have any questions or you want to learn more about Java embedded and Oracle products and technologies.
See you next week in Nuremberg!
Update 2/20/2013: The direct link to my Devoxx tech session is now available here (no subscription required).
In case you hadn’t seen them yet, Devoxx recently posted two new videos with me on parleys.com:
- Tech Session: “Small, Smart, Connected: Java in the Internet of Things” (55 mins)
- OTN Interview on embedded Java (5 mins)
It’s great to be back in Sao Paulo. I’m looking forward to a another buzzing JavaOne LAD conference and the energy of the Latin American Java community! And, of course, catching up with Brazilian friends over some serious Caipirinhas
I’m part of the Technical Keynote on Tuesday, and doing three technical sessions:
- Harnessing the Explosion of Advanced Microcontrollers with Embedded Java, Dec 5, 11:15
- A New Platform for Ubiquitous Computing: Oracle Java ME Embedded, Dec 5, 17:30
- Java ME Embedded Profile 8—for an Embedded World with Increasing Demands, Dec 6, 11:15
OTN just published a set of six videos related to embedded Java:
- Java at ARM TechCon
- Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy, Part 1
- Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy, Part 2
- Mobile Database Synchronization – Healthcare Demonstration
- Tomcat Micro Cluster
- Java Embedded Partnerships
Good stuff. Enjoy!
Check out the video on “Java in the Internet of Things” and a live demo of the Smart Solar Tracking System with Java ME Embedded 3.2. Real hardware and demo flakiness included See here.
While you are at, have a look at some of the other NightHacking sessions and a number of other videos on the YouTube Java Channel.