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I wanted to draw your attention to a lot of good coverage of embedded topics in the last two issues of Java Magazine:
Current Issue (November/December):
- Theme: Internet of Things – Java is Everywhere. Interview with Henrik Stahl, VP Product Management, Oracle
- JCP Awards for JSR 360 (CLDC 8) as “Most Significant JSR” and JSR 360 Spec Lead Michael Lagally as “Outstanding Spec Lead”
- JCP Executive Series: Freescale’s Maulin Patel and The Java Advantage for IoT
- Robots Make Factories Smarter
- Code Java on the Raspberry Pi
- A Smart-Home Platform for the Mass Market
- The Device I/O API
Previous Issue (September/October):
- Duke’s Choice Award for Perrone Robotics and their driverless cars and PiDome Home Automation and Internet of Things platform
- The Maker Movement Evolves
- Winners of the IoT Developer Challenge
- Introducing Roboburgh
- JCP Executive Series: ARM’s Zach Shelby and The Rise of the Machines
- Fun and Games with Greenfoot and Kinect
- Getting Started with Home Automation
The current March/April issue of Java Magazine is chock-full with embedded content:
- From Smart Grids to Microbrews: Using Java ME 8 to manage utilities infrastructure AND to brew beer
- Java ME 8 and the Internet of Things: Top features of Java ME 8
- New to Java? How to become and Embedded Java Developer in Minutes
- JavaFX and Near Field Communication on the Raspberry Pi
… along with lots of other great Java content, especially related to this week’s launch of Java 8.
PS: For more info on the beer-brewing use case, see the screencast “Developing Modular, Service-enabled Applications: Java ME 8” (go here and scroll down to see the screencast under the “Java ME 8” section).
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Check out the Jan/Feb 2013 edition of Java Magazine – featuring a big focus on embedded:
- Page 8: News: Hitachi SuperJ Framework, M2M Survey by Beecham
- Page 20: Embedded Everywhere – Java and the Internet of Things
- Page 26: Top 10 Reasons for Using Java in Embedded Apps
- Page 31: Java Arrives on a $25 Board
- Page 36: The Future of Money
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