Posted by kfarnham
on January 26, 2010 at 8:11 PM PST
As I noted last week, the java.net Java Tools Community is attending and tweeting from the Campus Party Brasil event this week. Now, in my post last week, I pretended the event was just going to be a fun-filled affair. Now that the tweeting has begun, I decided to check in on the feed. Here's a sampling of the Java Tools tweets from Campus Party Day One (in time forward order):
You can watch Campus Party presentations live at http://tv.campus-party.org/ . Most of the talks are in Portuguese, though.
Did you know Digital TV software in Brazil uses Java?
"It is important to build strong communities and be individuals and not employees when we are working with open source"
"The key to open source is not the license, but the community"
"There is a new amateur electronics fever beginning" Let's do open hardware?
"Open hardware: standard schemas and circuits open on the web"
You can use JavaArduino.org, a Java compiler for Arduino, to create your hardware projects
Sounds like an interesting event. Campus Party Brasil runs all week.