Developing with Java Embedded Technology on the Raspberry Pi

  • August 8, 2012 · 5:30 PM
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Abstract:

The Raspberry Pi is a hot, inexpensive, new platform for learning computing skills.  The Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized, single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of stimulating the teaching of basic computer science in schools.

We'll walk through the process of ordering, installing and configuring the Raspberry Pi.  In addition to describing the platform design, we'll provide an overview of Embedded Java and demonstrate how you can install and utilize the Raspberry Pi for Java applications.

Speaker Bio:

Scott Seighman is a Principal Sales Consultant with Oracle where his primary focus is architecting open solutions that span the computing landscape, from embedded devices to cloud architectures. Based in Cleveland, Scott is tasked with cultivating the technical staffs within Oracle's Partner community through training, workshops, webinars, product evaluations, and demos. Prior to joining Oracle, Scott spent 12 years with Sun Microsystems as a systems engineer, promoting Java technologies (ME, SE, EE) throughout the Midwest.

Location:

3 Summit Park Drive
Lower Level Auditorium
Independence, OH
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Meeting starts at 5:30PM (networking, food, drink), with the discussion beginning at 6:00PM.

Hope to see you there!

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  • angela

    great meet up very excited this was my first one and I collected a lot of information however it was a little advanced for me one day I will be at this point and I am looking forward to it Thank you Scott, I appreciate your help

    August 9, 2012

  • Ronald F.

    a very good introduction to small computer hardware hacking.
    Scott did a great job of covering alot of material in a short time.

    August 9, 2012

  • Aki I.

    The Raspberry Pi platform is really cool. It's more than cool. It will most likely change the computing world - especially in the minds of those who have been unable to spend $400 or more to own a computer. The applications of this platform are truly far reaching. Thanks for the awesome presentation, Scott.

    August 9, 2012

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