JavaOne - Let’s Get Physical: I/O Programming with Java on the Raspberry Pi with Pi4J [CON7968]
Friday, September 13, 2013 at 10:42AM
Robert Savage in Embedded Computing, Java, JavaFX, Pi4J, Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Pi, java, javaone, pi4j, raspberry, raspi

If you are attending JavaOne in San Francisco this year ... make sure to come check out my session on Pi4J and Raspberry Pi.

We will be reviewing into the fundamentals of programming with Pi4J and jumping into some real world demos of how you can use Pi4J and the Raspberry Pi platform to automate things in your life!    


Session: CON7968 - Let’s Get Physical: I/O Programming with Java on the Raspberry Pi with Pi4J
When: Wednesday, Sep 25, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Where: Hotel Nikko - Monterey I/II


Oracle’s JVM support on low-cost ARM devices opens a world of new possibilities for powerful Java applications running on this new class of embedded platforms. This affords Java programmers the opportunity to play a significant role in the Internet of Things revolution. However, one gap remains: I/O communication with hardware devices and sensors. The Pi4J project bridges this gap. Pi4J is an open source project that provides a rich set of Java libraries enabling Java programmers to participate in these hardware communication layers (GPIO, I2C, SPI, RS232) on the Raspberry Pi. Attend this session for an hour of fast-paced fun and informative demonstrations that will leave you inspired and motivated to “get physical” with Java and the Raspberry Pi.


Update on Friday, September 13, 2013 at 11:38AM by Registered CommenterRobert Savage

Here is a recent interview with Steven Chin (steveonjava) on the NightHacking Tour for my upcoming JavaOne session:  >> VIEW PAGE

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