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The slides of my two JavaOne talks should show up in the JavaOne 2015 Session Catalog soon, in the meantime you can access them via SlideShare:

Cheers,

— Terrence

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Update on 10/16: Added info related to the Java Hub

Yes, another year has raced past and JavaOne San Francisco is here again – Oct 25 through 29!

And yes, as usual, it’s a packed week again: Keynotes, demos, Exhibition Hall, MakerZone, networking, party, … and more than 450 sessions!

If embedded, small devices, and Internet of Things is your cup of Java (excuse the pun), here is – as every year – my (totally subjective) JavaOne guide. Watch for updates as we get closer to the event, but for now – here is the first pass:

General:

  • JavaOne4Kids (Saturday)
  • JavaOne Keynotes (including Java ME in several segments): Intel, Oracle (Sunday)
  • Throughout the conference
    • Exhibition Area
    • Java Hub (3D Modeling, Geek Bar, Hackergarten, MakerZone, myMatrix, Nighthacking, and OTN Community Cafe). Check out the Java ME Java ME R/C car/Internet of Things demo in the MakerZone and hang out with us at the Geek Bar for Q&A.

My sessions:

  • CON3434: Bringing IoT Cloud Services to Edge Devices with Java ME Embedded 8
  • CON3437: Smart devices for the Internet of Things: Java ME Embedded 8.2 and Beyond

Highly recommended sessions:

  • TUT10744: Getting Started with Java ME Embedded on the STMicro Cortex-M4 and Other Devices (STM, Oracle)
  • CON4075: There Is Business in Java and IoT (Oracle)
  • CON11181: Accelerating IoT with ARM (ARM)
  • CON10322: A Comprehensive Smart Home Platform Powered by Java ME and Java EE (Blueberry Zone)
  • CON11180: ARM Cortex-M and Java in the Internet of Things (ARM)
  • CON9758: Building a Trusted Gateway with Java ME and Secure Element (Gemalto)
  • CON5106: Enabling Your Device to Be Part of the Internet of Things (MicroDoc, Hepa Wash)
  • CON6694: From Product to Services in the Embedded World, Thanks to Java ME 8 and STM32 MCU (STM) 
  • CON2588: Internet of Things: Threats and Countermeasures with Java (Oracle)
  • CON11279: Introducing the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service (Oracle)
  • UGF10301: James Gosling, Robots, the Raspberry Pi, and Small Devices (Liquid Robotics, code centric, Gluon, QAware)
  • BOF6850: Project Kona: Java Networking Technologies for the Internet of Things (ARM, Oracle)
  • CON6489: Smart Open Spaces Powered by Java ME, Java SE, and Single-Board Computers (Accenture)
  • CON5508: Using Java on Edison to Communicate with Wearable Sensors (Intel)
  • CON4805: Increased Developer Productivity for IoT (Bitreactive, Oracle)
  • CON7339: Providing Eyes, Ears, and a Mouth to Your IoT Project (Globalcode)

Other interesting sessions:

  • CON5364: IoT: What Is in It for Java Professionals? (GE, Oracle)
  • CON2582: Java Card Platform Evolution (Oracle)
  • CON4876: How to create a Voting Machine (Canoo, Oracle)
  • BOF5849: PixyBot: Creating a Programmable, Object-tracking Robot (Goethe Center, Oracle)
  • CON2984: IoT Realized: The Connected Car (Pivotal)
  • HOL6159: Let’s Have Fun with Robot APIs (Aldebaran)

More Details:

See Agenda, Content Catalog.

See you soon in San Francisco!

Cheers,

— Terrence

 

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Haven’t been posting much lately … very busy behind the scenes, more to follow soon.

In the meantime, I’ll be talking at embedded world conference tomorrow with my colleague Andrey Petushkov:

    Session 08/II, Tuesday Feb 24, 14:30-15:00: 
    Delivering IoT Services with Embedded Java: An Automotive Success Story

While many in the industry are talking about the future of connected cars, Java ME Embedded 8 is rapidly becoming a leading connected vehicle software platform starting to ship in millions of vehicles this year. Join my talk to learn more. For more information on the program, see here.

Also, if you want to catch up with me in person in Nuremberg, feel free to reach out via this blog or my twitter handle.

Cheers,

— Terrence

Newsflash 757208

Here is the next Java ME 8 Developer Drop, b58. As before, this is provided “as is”, with no guarantees of stability or functionality. 

To access, go to the EA #2 downloads page and look for “latest developer build”:

 Questions/feedback? Java ME Embedded OTN forum or java-me-embedded-feedback_ww_grp@oracle.com

Cheers,

— Terrence

Newsflash 757208

Update 3/20/2014: Added notes for b54 drop.

As announced 2 weeks ago, we have started semi-regular developer drops of Java ME 8.

Developer Drop b54 was just pushed out today. As before, this is provided “as is”, with no guarantees of stability or functionality. 

To access, go to the EA #2 downloads page and look for “latest developer build”:

Note: It is recommended to use the NetBeans 8 RC1 or NetBeans 8 GA “All” bundle together with the latest Java ME SDK 8 developer build.

 

Change of Device Access API in the b54:

  • The Device Access API name and namespace has been changed to Device I/O (DIO) in preparation for the Java ME 8 final release. This requires that you update the package imports in your application. The latest DIO documentation can be found here.

Notes on changes for the Qualcomm IoE platform in b54:

  • The previously separate Netsetup BrewMP application has been removed and the functionality has been integrated into the Java runtime. Network setup for WiFi/3G is now done as part of the Java runtime initialization.
  • A new BrewMP application called reboot_java has been added. It is optional and can be used to trigger a soft reboot (Java reboot without board reboot).
  • Network setup, AccessPoint API, and Cellular API functionality has been improved/made more complete. 

Questions/feedback? Java ME Embedded OTN forum or java-me-embedded-feedback_ww_grp@oracle.com

Cheers,

— Terrence

Newsflash 757208

Announcing Java ME 8 Developer Drops

Recently, we released Early Access #2 versions of Java ME 8 and Java ME SDK 8. A lot of developers tried it out and feedback has been great. As expected (after all, this was an Early Access release) – there are still bugs and deficiencies and we have been busy fixing them … many are already taken care of.

In order to enable the developer community to follow along and benefit from the latest improvements and fixes we decided to provide semi-regular developer drops alongside the Early Access #2 release. These developer drops are planned roughly every 14 days, are based on the latest builds and have undergone basic testing. They are provided “as is”, with no guarantees of stability or functionality. This is bleeding edge😉

 You can access these developer builds on the same pages as the other EA #2 downloads (look for “latest developer build”):

Note: It is recommended to use the NetBeans 8 RC1 “All” bundle together with the latest Java ME SDK 8 developer build.

 

Please go ahead and give the latest developer builds a spin. And be sure to ask questions and provide feedback: Java ME Embedded OTN forum or java-me-embedded-feedback_ww_grp@oracle.com

Cheers,

— Terrence

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As in last years, Oracle will again have a big presence at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany

Find us in hall 5, booth 271. At the booth, you can see several demos focusing on Oracle’s Internet of Things strategy and the benefits of Java for embedded software solutions, including showcase applications by partners such as Gemalto, Freescale, Eurotech, and Hitachi.

I will be doing some sessions as well (download the full conference program here):

  • Thu, Feb 27, 9:30: A hands-on tutorial on “Desktop to Internet of Things in 12 Seconds with Java ME Embedded”
  • Thu, Feb 27, 15:30: “Trust Me, I am an M2M Device”

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So, pick up some Java while you’re at Embedded World, and not just the technology kind, but also the hot, coffee kind ;-) 

See you at Embedded World!

Cheers,

— Terrence

Henrik stahl

Is Android a good choice for building an embedded product? Be sure to consider all the facts … In this PartnerCast video, Henrik Stahl answers an attendee question and shares some very valuable insight (skip to the 7:55 time mark in the video).

Summary:

Android is a smartphone operating system with a non-standard Linux base and Android APIs on top, designed for specialized devices with a 2- to 3-year life cycle. Android is not standards-based, has no public roadmap, no predictable lifecycle, and no 3rd party support.

Building and maintaining an embedded product that is in the market for 5 to 20 years based on Android is a very risky proposition.

Java, by comparison, is a standards-based platform with an open roadmap, a transparent community process, and a large ecosystem of 3rd party providers, partners, and developers. Oracle’s Java products cover a wide range of platforms, from very small and resource constrained to large and powerful systems, and come with long-term support.

Cheers,

— Terrence

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Just a quick reminder to participate in the upcoming Java Virtual Developer Day tomorrow or June 25th. More information on my previous post.

Cheers,

— Terrence

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Sorry for the slow rate of postings lately … been insanely busy working on a number of things related to Java Embedded – stay tuned for more details in the near future.

In the meantime, be sure to register for our upcoming “Virtual Developer Day – Java” in either of two slots:

  • Americas/Canada – Wednesday June 19, 2013
    • 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. PDT
    • 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT
    • 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. BRT
  • EMEA/Africa/Middle East – Tuesday June 25th, 2013
    • 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. BST / 10:00:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.CEST
    • 1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. IST / 12:00:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. MSK
    • 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Corresponding UTC (GMT)

The Virtual Developer Day is a great way to learn about the latest features, platforms, and tools in Java EE, Java SE, and Java Embedded. Watch tutorial and webinars, and engage in live chat sessions with our technical experts standing by to answer (I will be participating in the Java Embedded track).

Find all information and the agenda here. Registration is required, but free

Cheers,

— Terrence

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