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Nighthacking james

My colleague and esteemed JavaFX hacker Stephen Chin is currently on the road on his NightHacking Tour through Europe, geeking with toys and projects, hacking code, and interviewing Java luminaries along the way.

You might know the guy on the left – James Gosling was the first stop of the tour.

What’s more, you can follow live on UStream at each stop along the way. Very cool! To learn all about the NightHacking Tour, check here

Stephen will swing past my place in Freiburg, Germany, on Saturday (Nov 3). We’ll be chatting about all the stuff that’s happening in the embedded space these days and play with the latest small Java – if the demo gods allow😉

For the latest UStream schedule and past recordings, go here. And follow #nighthacking on Twitter.


— Terrence

Just a quick note from JavaOne … excellent response to Oracle’s embedded Java announcements and strategy. Our DEMOGround booth is always busy – people want to learn more about Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2, see it in action. Today’s keynote for the Java Embedded @ JavaOne sub conference was excellent – full house, great line up of partners and content.

Haven’t had time to blog, but been tweeting about the latest news around embedded Java – be sure to monitor @terrencebarr. And check my last blog for embedded Java highlights.

Oh, and check this latest summary on “Huge Opportunity in Small Things”


— Terrence

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