This presentation is designed to help you use your Java programming skills to create hobby projects using the Raspberry Pi as an inexpensive (35 USD) interface to the physical world. We will teach the concepts by demonstrating examples with workin... Read more
In this session I will walk you through how to build your own retro handheld console that is powered by Java, runs on a Raspberry Pi, and is printed on a 3D printer. Some of the topics that we will cover along the journey include: •Hacking Java o... Read more
Java is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, but it wasn't always that way. Java had its early roots in embedded systems, a quirky avatar with no mouth, and a truly geeky name ("C++ ++ --"). Who would have imagined that Ja... Read more
What do magicians and programmers have in common? They are good at juggling, have very nimble fingertips, often make things vanish, and have lovely assistants! Ok, so maybe not all of those describe your average hacker (unless your pair programm... Read more
We will bring the ingredients, and you get to do the baking! With new low cost devices entering the market, access to the world of embedded computing is become more cost affordable. And, with continued advances in Java and JVM languages, developer... Read more
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With new low cost devices entering the market, access to the world of embedded computing is become more cost affordable. And, with continued advances in Java, developers can easily begin creating innovative applications that leverage these low cost devices. One extremely popular device developers can access is the Raspberry Pi. With an acquisition cost around $35, this credit-card sized computer offers developers a springboard to quickly dive into the embedded world of programming. The Raspberry Pi includes