Java and the Raspberry Pi

A session at JBUG: Tuesday 12th February

  • Trevor Kirby

Recently a large number of small devices have appeared on the market that are easy to program and are cheap and small enough to used anywhere. Most of these can drive hardware directly and this coupled with low footprint software opens up a whole range of possibilities. Coupled with these developments there has been a massive explosion in pre-built sensor boards and example programs. These changes mean there are an endless number of possibilities to explore using these boards.

This talk will use the raspberry pi to demonstrate some of the ways you can use these embedded devices and give you an insight into some of the technologies and possibilities.

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Sanne Grinovero

Search, Hibernate & Infinispan @ JBoss by Red Hat. Passionate for all open source, swimming, traveling, meeting great developers. bio from Twitter

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Trevor Kirby

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Date Tue 12th February 2013

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