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Blog Archive for qmahmoud during August 2008

Over the past few years there has been quite a lot of interest in wireless sensors and the applications of this technology in a variety of areas (e.g. environment, bridge control, etc). Researchers have been experimenting with platforms such as the TinyOS (known as the Berkeley Mote) in which applications are written in NesC. But with Java running on billions of devices, there has been a quest...
Over the past two years (starting in Fall 2006) I have integrated mobile devices, such as the BlackBerry, into my Computer Science courses. Janice J. Heiss has interviewed me about this work: Teaching Mobile Computing to Generation C. Any feedback is welcome. Q.