Java ME Embedded with Raspberry Pi - now a public self-paced course!
By Tmcginn-Oracle on Jul 18, 2014
In March and May of this year, we successfully offered the first Oracle Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), Develop Java ME Embedded Applications Using a Raspberry Pi to hundreds of Java developers. The feedback from the MOOC has been extremely positive, and we will likely run additional MOOCs in the future.
Today I am pleased to announce that the materials that were presented in the MOOC are now available as a free, public, self-paced course offering. Click here to explore the content. You will need an OTN account (also free) to access the downloadable content.
The course consists of 5 lessons, made up of videos and homework assignments that will guide you through the development of a realistic embedded application using Java ME Embedded 8, a Raspberry Pi and a handful of electronic components. You provide the Raspberry Pi and the electronic components, and we provide over six hours of detailed HD video, downloadable examples, homework code and solutions.
Although the materials are self-paced, we have a forum where you can ask for help and interact with from hundreds of students who participated in the MOOC, and experts from the Java ME Embedded engineering team and product development.
Check it out and happy learning!