Java Spotlight Episode 58: Peter Korn and Ofir Leitner on ME Accessibility
By Roger Brinkley on Nov 29, 2011
Interview with Peter Korn and Ofir Leitner on Mobile and Embedded Accessibility.
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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- Announcing Oracle WebLogic 12c
- Geronimo 3 beta - Another Apache project now compatible with Java EE 6
- NetBeans 7.1 RC1 is out
- JavaFX links of the weeks
- JavaFX videos on Parleys: Nicolas Lorain's Introduction to JavaFX 2.0 from JavaOne 2011 & Richard Bair on JavaFX Architecture and Programming Model
- Dec 4, SOUJava Geek Bike Ride 2011, Sao Paulo
- Dec 5-7, UKOUG, Birmingham, UK
- Dec 6-8, Java One Brazil, Sao Paulo
- Dec 9 UAIJUG, Uberlandia
- Dec 9 CEJUG, Fortaleza/CE
- Dec 10 GUJAVA, Florianopolis
- Dec 10 ALJUG, Maceio/AL
- Dec 11 Javaneiros, Campo Grande/MS
- Dec 12 GOJAVA, Goiania/GO
- Dec 13 RioJUG, Rio de Janeiro
Peter Korn is Oracle's Accessibility Principal – their senior individual contributor on accessibility. He is also Technical Manager of the AEGIS project, leading an EC-funded €12.6m investment building accessibility into future mainstream ICT (FP7-ICT224348).
Mr. Korn co-developed and co-implemented the Java Accessibility API, and developed the Java Access Bridge for Windows. He helped design the open source GNOME Accessibility architecture found on most modern UNIX and GNU/Linux systems, and consulted on accessibility support for OpenOffice.org, Firefox, Thunderbird, and other applications. Prior to Sun/Oracle, Peter co-developed the outSPOKEN for Windows screen reader.
Mr. Korn represented Sun/Oracle on TEITAC for the Section 508/255 refresh, co-led the OASIS ODF Accessibility subcommittee, and sits on INCITS V2 where he is contributing to ISO 13066: defining AT-IT interoperability standards including specifically the Java Accessibility API.
Ofir Leitner is the architect of one of LWUIT's key features - the HTMLComponent which allows rendering HTML within LWUIT applications and to embed web-flows inside apps. Ofir is also responsible for LWUIT's bidirectional and RTL support and for the accessibility work that is being done these days in LWUIT.
- Devoxx 2011 (Alexis)
- Eclipsecon Europe Talk by Andrew Overholt: IcedTea & IcedTea-Web
- Geek bike ride & Rio
- 500 Twitter followers @JavaSpotlight
Transcript for this show is available here when available.