JCP EC, Java ME and IoT etc
martijnverburg at gmail.com
Wed Nov 4 16:58:41 UTC 2015
The adoptopenjdk.java.net site has some downloads/presentations on how to
run a hackday. As it's London based simply organise through the London
Java Community (I know you're a member :-)). Most London based devs aren't
that aware of IoT yet, there was a great Bricklets session earlier this
year but that's about it.
I'd make sure that you have devices or at least emulators ready for people
to play with and a definitive goal "Get hello world to play over a speaker"
On 4 November 2015 at 15:12, Carl Jokl <carl at jokl.co.uk> wrote:
> Dear All
> I am looking at the logistics of trying to step up the work on IoT / JavaME
> for the London Java Community. It has been good having the Hack the Tower
> sessions once a month but I am not sure if this is enough or whether I
> should try and organise more regular sessions of my own. A venue would be
> needed. I might be able to use London Hackspace as I have a membership
> there. I work at the Mail Online and a colleague has been able to run a
> book club on Lambda calculus with external people. I don't think I could
> organise anything using the offices here until I have completed my
> probation period at the very least and security is quite tight.
> The impending JCP Executive Committee elections are imminent and this
> reminds me I am not as far along with this as I wanted to be by now. I want
> to step up the effort to show I am serious about getting it done. I didn't
> go to the trouble of getting my company in the JCP not to see this through.
> I would appreciate any suggestions about how to step up the effort and get
> some regular flow working with Java ME so that it has a good flow as the
> Open JDK hacking now has.
> Carl Jokl
> Jokl Technologies Limited
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