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Ted Kosan

Ted has a background in both computer hardware and software with an emphasis in embedded systems and industrial monitoring and control. He is interested in manual and CNC machine tools, Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), rebuilding cars and all kinds of machinery and studying metaphysics. He is a faculty member in the Computer Engineering Technology program at Shawnee State University in Ohio, USA and is the administrator of a number of Embedded Java related projects.


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Java's Telemetry Wave Wipeout ( And A Shocking First Java Program )

Posted by tkosan on March 13, 2007 at 5:28 PM PDT

In my last blog I discussed the next big wave that is washing across the Internet, which Sun's CTO Greg Papadopoulos calls the Telemetry Wave.

Telemetry: The Next Big Internet Wave

Posted by tkosan on February 20, 2007 at 12:08 AM PST

In 2002, Sun's CTO ( Greg Papadopoulos ) indicated that Telemetry would be the beginning of the next Internet wave and this wave is now washing across the Internet. Greg discussed the concept of Internet waves in a talk titled "The Next Big Thing" during Sun's Analyst conference that year and here are 3 slides from that talk:

One Small Change for a Page, One Giant Leap for J2SE

Posted by tkosan on April 15, 2005 at 1:07 AM PDT

If you have not visited the page recently, I suggest you go there and take a look. Hmmmm, "Core Java"... yes, we all know about that. "Desktop Java"... yes, wonderful technology, many of us use it every day. "J2SE Embedded"... what!? J2SE Embedded? Where did that come from?

Embedded Java - the Mouse that is about to Roar

Posted by tkosan on March 17, 2005 at 11:13 PM PST

Embedded Java Needs to be Leveraged Very Differently than Most Other Java Technologies.

One of the main reasons that Embedded Java has not enjoyed wide-spread success to date is that it is a significantly different technology than almost every other technology in the Java ecosystem.

On The Edge

Posted by tkosan on January 28, 2005 at 1:03 AM PST

Believe it or not, this blog account was set up in April of 2004 but I am just now making my first entry! The reason for this is that I wanted the central theme of this blog to be related to Embedded Java but there was not an Embedded Java community on to associate it with... but now there is :-)