Sean Sheedy, a Mobile & Embedded Community Member now has a set on JCP ME EC Board
Just in case you're not all election'd out, and just in case the recent election in the U.S. gave you some hope that things can change through elections, here's an opportunity to affect the direction of Java ME. JCP Java ME EC Election: Vote now for a Voice for Independent Developers by Terrence Barr is a good outline of circumstances related to the JCP and Java ME.
The role of the JCP is to...
The preliminary schedule for the Mobile, Media, and eMbedded Developer Days has been published.
Some fun I had with Java Speech API and an unofficial Java API for Google Translator. It seems there a lot of interesting thing to create with that.
With all the source code available on SVN, it's time to create some issues. And also, I talked about CoSMo with Roger @ JustJava 2008.
Java ME Platform SDK toolbox for developing mobile applications has been released as Early Access on October 9. It integrates CLDC, CDC and Blu-ray Disc Java (BD-J) technology into one SDK. Java ME SDK 3.0 is the successor to the well known Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5.2 and Java Toolkit 1.0 for CDC. It provides device emulation, on-device deployment, on-device debugging, a standalone development environment based on Netbeans platform, Java runtime for Windows Mobile and a set of utilities for rapid development of Java ME applications.
In a rush! More quick updates...
In the two installments of this series we've looked at the architecture of a MEP connector, discussed the main abstractions of the ECBO (Enterprise Connector Business Object) API and showed an example of a MusicAlbum business object. In this third part, we'll focus on the MusicAlbumProvider class which is needed to complete the implementation of the connector to access music albums from a JDBC database.
The Mobile, Media, and eMbedded (M3DD) call for papers is closed. (Well almost) Thus far we have 51 submission but I'm guessing there are few more out there. If so hurry up.
Some quick updates about Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA book, Marge Podcast at JavaOne and M3DD 2008 Call For Papers.
The Sentilla Perk is an innovative pervasive computing kit that comes with the hardware and software tools to enable you develop novel applications for wireless sensors...
I got a Sentilla Perk Kit. This is my first introductory post showing how to set up the environment and create a simple Hello World.
The Computer Science curriculum needs to be updated to reflect today's reality. Read this interview for information about integrating mobile devices into the CS curriculum...
Everybody is talking about REST and RESTful Web Services. Let's take a micro looking into it and see how to deal with JSON, XML and other related stuff in Java ME !
Java Champion Qusay Mahmoud discusses ways to integrate mobile devices into the computer science curriculum -- and incur the gratitude of students.
Symbian OS goes open source, but will it be a threat to Linux? Is the browser going to be the new open mobile platform? Here are some highlights from the OMX...
Finally figured out how to tweak the LWUIT demo so that it will run on a BlackBerry device...simulator.
If you are involved in building out the open mobile space, you gotta have to attend the O'Reilly Open Mobile Exchange...
Nominations for two Mobile & Embedded Community Governance Board Members is now open with elections from starting on July 14 and finishing on July 28
Controlling a JavaFX Script tetris game using a mobile over Bluetooth... with a sensor accelerometer and Marge!