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NetBeans Podcast 69 - The Java Embedded Edition

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NetBeans Podcast 69 - The Java Embedded Edition

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Podcast Guests: Terrence Barr, Simon Ritter, Jaroslav Tulach (It's an all-Oracle lineup!)

Download mp3: 47 Minutes – 39.5 mb
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09:28 / Terrence Barr - What to Know about Java Embedded

Terrence Barr, a Senior Technologist and Principal Product Manager for Embedded and Mobile technologies at Oracle, discusses new features of the Java SE Embedded and Java ME Embedded platforms, and sheds some light on the differences between them and what they have to offer to developers.

26:02 / Simon Ritter - A Massive Serving of Raspberry Pi

Oracle's Raspberry Pi virtual course is back by popular demand! Simon Ritter, the head of Oracle's Java Technology Evangelism team, chats about the second run of the free Java Embedded course (starting May 30th), what participants can expect to learn, NetBeans' support for Java ME development, and other Java trainings coming to a desktop, laptop or user group near you.

36:58 / Jaroslav Tulach - A Perfect Translation

Jaroslav Tulach returns to the NetBeans podcast with tales about the Japanese translation of the Practical API Design book, which he contends surpasses all previous translations, including the English edition!

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