Internet of Things (IoT) Christmas Special: Santa Detector (Part 5)

Well, this wraps up the Internet of Things (IoT) Christmas Special! Hope you enjoyed seeing the steps for creating the Java SE Embedded enabled Santa Detector!

The last step is to place the Raspberry Pi device connected to your Parallax PIR motion sensor nearby a plate of cookies and a glass of milk tonight. Then, start your Java SE Embedded SantaDetector.java app on the RPi before you go to bed, and tomorrow morning you and your child should see a tweet around midnight that shows that Santa came by.

(NOTE to parents [VERY IMPORTANT]: Remember to, you know, do the "thing" with the "thing" at around *mumble-mumble*. Got it? Nudge-nudge, wink-wink...) ;-)

Here's the full compilable Java source code again for reference:
https://java.net/projects/orbit/downloads/download/SantaDetector.java

That's a wrap!

Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Internet of Things (IoT) New Year! ;-)

See the full series of steps:
Internet of Things (IoT) Christmas Special: Santa Detector (Part 1)
Internet of Things (IoT) Christmas Special: Santa Detector (Part 2)
Internet of Things (IoT) Christmas Special: Santa Detector (Part 3)
Internet of Things (IoT) Christmas Special: Santa Detector (Part 4)
Internet of Things (IoT) Christmas Special: Santa Detector (Part 5)
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