Java Spotlight Episode 33: Sreekumar Pillai on Java Mobile Platform
By Roger Brinkley on Jun 08, 2011
Interview with Sreekumar Pillai, CTO Experion, on Java Mobile Platform usage.
Joining us this week on the Java All Star Developer Panel are Dalibor Topic, Java Free and Open Source Software Ambassador, and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Java EE Developer Advocate.
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- June 6-9 Cloud Computing Expo, New York, NY
- June 20-23 JAX, San Jose, CA
- June 21-23 JaZoon, Zurich, Switzerland
- June 29-July 2 12th Forum Internatioal Software Livre, Porto Alegre, Brazil
- July 6-10 The Developers Conference, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sreekumar Pillai is the CTO Experion whose product marked it from the Ivory Coast to Indonesia. Experion is not only a carrier but also a provider of phones building software stacks based on OJWC and LWUIT. In this interview we talk about their experience using the Java ME Platform in their advanced market place.
just wanted to say thanks for your podcast! It gives me incredible energy boost and a feeling for how amazing global Java community really is.
keep it up
First I want to say thanks to you for the very interesting podcast. From some podcasts I heard that you are answering questions, so it will be great if you can help or advice me:
1. NetBeans specific: what is the state of integrating JSR 305 and/or jsr 308? I made some forum threads but nobody give me an useful answer. Just something like the jsr 308 was planned but is not yet supported... So is there any way to turn the support in editor on??? Or can you give me email contacts to the netbeans guys responsible for it (I cannot find them on the web) ?
2. What about coding/design competitions in Java? Microsoft has every year ImagineCup competition, but I don't know anything about something similar in Java. Does Oracle plan to organize something similar? Is there anything similar yet (software design) ?
TopCoder runs competitions in Java, afaik: http://javaboutique.internet.com/resources/javaatwork/topcoder.html
- Slick LWUIT 1.5 features I saw in Israel
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