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Program the NAO robot using Java

Who says Java is only for "serious" software development? :-)

We are extremely grateful to the folks from Aldebaran Robotics who offered to tell us about their amazing Java-programmable creation.

NAO is a humanoid robot designed to be fully programmable. This talk will first introduce its basic software and hardware architecture, and then show how to develop applications using the Choregraphe GUI and the Java bindings.

Special thanks goes out to Stephen Chin for helping make this event a possibility.

About Laurent Lec
Laurent first worked as a software engineer for VMware in Palo Alto, before going back to Aldebaran Robotics, a French robotics company where he used to be an intern. After designing and developing some core parts of the robot, he is now in charge of coordinating and releasing all software written at Aldebaran.

About Nicolas Rigaud
Nicolas joined Aldebaran Robotics two years ago as a community manager, after spending 9 years in the media industry. He is now managing the team in charge of social media and communities, and the relations with external communities.

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