This post is about the SND update and Mobility resources in the Mobile & Embedded Community. All about community!
As sort of experiment i was trying to port the LinAlg API to a CDC class library and i worked. Now there is a CDC LinAlg API available which i call LinAlg Mobility Toolkit.
The reviewer group for the Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days content is finishing the first round of ratings on the submissions.
Check out the current preview of sessions (of course, subject to change). Excellent content so far!
And, as mentioned before, James Gosling is doing the keynote.
Registration is in full swing. Click here.
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According to a PC World article, Open Handset Alliance members have agreed "not to fragment nor do things that would result in different versions of the platform." Why is this unacheivable, yet at the same time, essential for eliminating fragmentation in both Android and Java ME?
Update 1: Dalobor Topic has just posted this about the Android license.
Update 2: Check out this MacWorld article in which Rich Miner talks about the Android non-fragmentation pledge. Proprietary extensions and consistency in the platform? Sounds like wishful thinking to me.
Over the last 24 hours very little news and lots of opinion and speculation hit the airwaves about Google's Android...
A friend in the industry asked me for my opinion on the Android news, and this was my response.
Reviews of the Mobile & Embedded Developer Days continues this week as the team of reviewers analyze the submissions
Things are really coming together for the Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days conference. Here is a brief news-flash:
We have secured none other than James Gosling himself for the keynote of the conference. What's more, he pretty much gets to decide what he wants to talk about ... and knowing James and his interest for cool demos and geeky stuff this promises to be a sure-fire crowd-pleaser...
The last 36 hours have been quite a ride. Full of highs and lows and not much sleep. I'm still not sure if it's dream or reality but I think I remember that James Gosling is going to be our keynote speaker.
After spending several years in the Java ME standards circuit for a major operator, I'm running for one of the open Executive Committee seats as an Individual. I'd really like to know what burning topics Java ME developers would like to see the winning candidates bring to the EC.
John Muchow did an interview with me for his site 360Mobile.us. I like it! Thanks John.
As for the Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days:
This is promising to be an exciting event. We've received a ton of great paper submissions already ... picking content and putting together a feature-packed agenda will be hard but rewarding. But, if you are still sitting on this great idea of yours - you...
Only one more day for the Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days call for papers and the submissions thus far promise a very strong conference.
Sun Tech Days, Sun's worldwide developer conference, comes to Frankfurt, Germany this year in December. The agenda will contain a special Java ME section called "Mobility Day" - with technical sessions on NetBeans Mobility, Graphics and Media, Programming Cool Devices using phoneME, and an Extreme GUI Makeover with Ajax Mashup.Â I will actually be presenting the last two sessions...
MSA Advanced has no Individual Experts on its Expert Group, and here are a few reasons why it can.
Just came across this c|net article titled "Sun starts bidding adieu to mobile-specific Java" Â (see also a slanted and partially inaccurate article by The Register) - whichÂ sounds quite dramatic until you set the context.
The long-standing trend of hardware evolution is especially obvious in mobile and embedded devices that today can comfortably execute a level ofÂ software...
Call for Papers for the first Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days, hosted by Mobile & Embedded Community, will end on October, 31. So, do not miss the time, send your ideas now!
In this blog, I have posted some news around JavaFX that I've been collected since the conference call with Sun people and Java Champions some weeks ago.
Jonathan Knudsen is an accomplished technical writer who has published dozens of books and articles on Java and Java ME over the years. He is currently working on his latest book "Kicking Butt with MIDP and MSA" which will be a one-stop guide to developing cool and feature-rich applications for the next-generation Java ME devices implementing the Mobile Services Architecture (JSR 248...
I have posted my highlights from JustJava 2007 in SÃ£o Paulo, Brazil. A lot of nice Java stuff and a ME track this year! Good news!
Well THIS is exciting - after spearheading a "what do you think about this" email discussion among some M&E luminaries, Roger Brinkley has officially announced the call for papers for "Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days". It's on! Given the buzz among the experts who were included during the formation of this event, it's not one to be missed...