Thursday Jan 30, 2014

NightHacking Live from Jfokus

Just because you can't make it to a great Java conference doesn't mean you can hack along from at home. Stephen Chin has set up several NightHacking sessions at the Jfokus conference  in Stockholm, Sweden that will stream live at NightHacking.com. You can hear from Java experts and join the chat from where ever you are (possibly in your pajamas).

NightHacking TV kicks of with a panel on the Internet of Things (IoT). Do you believe all the hype surrounding IoT and the billions of devices projected by analysts? The embedded Java gurus will cut through the TLAs(Three Letter Acronyms) to get to the bottom of IoT.

Find the event you like and register so you can get reminders and join the chat. As Mr. Chin says, "heckling in chat is highly encouraged." [Yes, one of the first guests is Mark **Heckler** so go for it!]

Below is the current list of sessions; changes happen. Go to nighthacking.com/events/ or follow @_nighthacking for the latest information.

Date/Time Session
Tuesday, Feb 4
3:00 PST - 4:00 PST
Internet of Things - Hype or Ripe?

Tuesday, Feb 4
4:50 PST - 5:00 PST
Power IDE Usage

Tuesday, Feb 4
5:50 PST - 6:35 PST
Java 8 Lambdas Hacking

Tuesday, Feb 4
7:50 PST - 8:00 PST
Performance Testing with a Raspberry Pi Wall Running Java

Tuesday, Feb 4
9:00 PST - 11:00 PST
Future Static/Dynamic Language Shootout

Wednesday, Feb 5
3:00 PST - 4:00 PST
Beyond Lambdas

Wednesday, Feb 5
4:50 PST - 5:00 PST
10 Minute Java Security

Wednesday, Feb 5
5:50 PST - 6:35 PST
Continuous Delivery and Zero Downtime

Internet of Things (IoT) Hackathon in Brazil

SouJava is running a Raspberry Pi and Java hackathon at Campus Party, the week-long technology gathering of geeks, developers, gamers, scientists, and students in Brazil. Sponsored by Oracle Technology Network, the hackathon is designed for enthusiasts who want to create IoT projects with Raspberry Pi and Java. The objectives are for attendees to learn, practice, and innovative while creating an IoT project

Java evangelist Angela Caicedo opened the hackathon with an overview of IoT and Java development. Over two days, participants will build teams, brainstorm, attend training, get a kit from the organizers and hack on their own project. Onsite experts will be available to help participants. They are veteran Java developers of web, enterprise and embedded development. Among them are GlobalCode founder Vinicius Senger, senior developer Rubens Saraiva, SouJava leader Bruno Souza, Java Champion Yara Senger, product manager Bruno Borges and senior mobile developer Ricardo Ogliari 

Learn more about IoT:  
- IoT community page highlighting projects, discussions, hobbyists, and experts
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