Shawn Fitzgerald, a regular participant in the Mobile & Embedded forums, talks about mobile development and the Microbus project.
Max Mu shows off his Play Station Portable that is running a port of PhoneME. They are currently working on a port to Nintendo DS.
Diane Wolff and Melanie Crouch of Virgina Western Community College are starting a new degree program of mobile programming at their community college that is geared to meet the needs of the Roanoke, VA business community.
Jonathan Knudsen talks about his new book, Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA and his tutorial on the Light Weight UI Toolkit.
The Lightweight User Interface Toolkit takes a Swing-like approach and renders all user interface components in Java. In this article, Biswajit Sarkar offers an overview of LWUIT's functionality and design.
Sun Campus Ambassadors Tom Martini Petreca and Lucas Torri talk about the Sun Campus Ambassador program and their work with SunSpots.
Caroline Lewko from WIP shares how WIP helps developers negotiate the mobile ecosystem and talks about the new Mobile Developer Wiki that's currently in Beta. We finish up with two selections from her popular talk Top Ten Dating Tips for Developers.
Alexandre Gomes and associates talk about game development with Dino and HoHoHo and the state of mobile and embedded development in Brazil.
David Theron, Managing Director of iMob, shares is experience as a mobile developer in South Africa.
Bug Labs is a new kind of technology company, enabling a new generation of engineers to tap their creativity and build any type of device they want, without having to solder, learn solid state electronics, or go to China. Hear Ken Gilmer from Bug Labs talk about this new product and the way it is extending phoneME advanced.