Tuesday Apr 29, 2014

Oracle Java SE Embedded India job openings, hot-hot-hot opportunities!

If you live in India and you're looking for an opportunity to work on the latest Java Embedded technology, we have some hot job openings on our team. We are currently planning some pretty cool projects that you would work on!

See Java Technology Jobs at Oracle:

Req IRC2495741

Req IRC2495743

Req IRC2495744

See also the LinkedIn Job Posting

So, check it out. You'll get the opportunity to program Java devices, work on cutting edge embedded platforms, and a get an opportunity to blog about it at the Oracle blog site. Won't that be fun? :) I think so. ;-)

Thursday Apr 10, 2014

What's on my Java SE Embedded enabled desk at work?

If you ever wondered what I have on my messy Java SE Embedded technology-enabled desk in my office, here's you chance to see. Check out Vinicius Senger's video interview of me explaining the Internet of Things (IoT) devices on my desk.

See:

My Messy Desk with Java SE Embedded

Maybe I should have straightened out my desk better!

Oh, well... Nothing like having company over to see how messy your stuff is. ;-)

Tuesday Apr 01, 2014

Oracle IoT Device to Translate Cat Meows: Java SE Embedded on Raspberry Pi

Here's a new Oracle Internet of Things (IoT) Device that translates cat meows into readable text. You just need a Raspberry Pi device, a USB connected mic, and Java SE Embedded technology to program the meow-to-text recognition software using cloud-based, kitty-crowd-sourced, big data to do the translations.

The inventor here at Oracle was quoted as saying:

 "I was watching my cat the other day,
  and I thought, 'I wonder what my cat is 
  thinking...  If there were only a way to 
  use an IoT device to translate my cat's 
  thoughts and meows into human readable
  text.'". "A couple days later, I had a 
  prototype with parts from old stereo 
  equipment and a Raspberry Pi, and now, 
  nine months later, I have a $350 billion 
  startup company."
Thus was born the Oracle IoT Cat Meowerator, a next-generation automated cat translation device that taps into millions of cat meows stored over the web on an Oracle cloud database to deliver carefully translated meow-to-text conversions to your device.

The device, now available on Amazon.com for $299.99, includes a mic, a stuffed bird toy with catnip, meaty treats, and a Raspberry Pi controller board. It uses a Realtek 802.11b/g/n controller to link to the Internet over a home WiFi net like another access point and Java SE Embedded technology to let you know, "April Fools!".

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