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  • ssh through a bastion machine works on someone else's desktop but not my own

    - by Terrence Brannon
    I have to ssh into a bastion (jump) server in order to get to the final server. On the jump server, my .ssh/config says: Host * ForwardAgent yes My co-worker uses PuTTy and Pageant. When I use a putty shell to connect from his desktop to the final server as root via the jump server, it works fine. At my desk I cannot connect to the final server, only the jump server. However, if I go to his desk, and successfully log into the final server via the jump server, I can then go back to my desk and also do so.... but after a certain amount of time, my shells revert to the original behavior of not connecting to final server via jump server. The entire transcript of ssh -v -v -v final_server is here The relevant part to me is when the public key is offered but then it says 'we did not send a packet': debug1: Offering public key: /home/CORP/t.brannon/.ssh/id_dsa debug3: send_pubkey_test debug2: we sent a publickey packet, wait for reply debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey,password debug2: we did not send a packet, disable method debug3: authmethod_lookup password

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  • NetBeans Podcast 69

    - by TinuA
    Podcast Guests: Terrence Barr, Simon Ritter, Jaroslav Tulach (It's an all-Oracle lineup!) Download mp3: 47 Minutes – 39.5 mb Subscribe on iTunes NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu If you missed the first two Java Virtual Developer Day events in early May, there's still one more LIVE training left on May 28th. Sign up here to participate live in the APAC time zone or watch later ON DEMAND. Video: Get started with Vaadin development using NetBeans IDE NetBeans IDE was at JavaCro 2014 and at Hippo Get-together 2014 Another great lineup is in the works for NetBeans Day at JavaOne 2014. More details coming soon! NetBeans' Facebook page is almost at 40,000 Likes! Help us crack that milestone in the next few weeks! Other great ways to stay updated about NetBeans? Twitter and Google+. 09:28 / Terrence Barr - What to Know about Java Embedded Terrence Barr, a Senior Technologist and Principal Product Manager for Embedded and Mobile technologies at Oracle, discusses new features of the Java SE Embedded and Java ME Embedded platforms, and sheds some light on the differences between them and what they have to offer to developers. Learn more about Java SE Embedded Tutorial: Using Oracle Java SE Embedded Support in NetBeans IDE Learn more about Java ME Embedded Video: NetBeans IDE Support for Java ME 8 Video: Installing and Using Java ME SDK 8.0 Plugins in NetBeans IDE Follow Terrence Barr to keep up with news in the Embedded space: Blog and Twitter 26:02 / Simon Ritter - A Massive Serving of Raspberry Pi Oracle's Raspberry Pi virtual course is back by popular demand! Simon Ritter, the head of Oracle's Java Technology Evangelism team, chats about the second run of the free Java Embedded course (starting May 30th), what participants can expect to learn, NetBeans' support for Java ME development, and other Java trainings coming to a desktop, laptop or user group near you. Sign up for the Oracle MOOC: Develop Java Embedded Applications Using Raspberry Pi Find out when Simon Ritter and the Java Evangelism team are coming to a Java event or JUG in your area--follow them on Twitter: Simon Ritter Angela Caicedo Steven Chin Jim Weaver 36:58 / Jaroslav Tulach - A Perfect Translation Jaroslav Tulach returns to the NetBeans podcast with tales about the Japanese translation of the Practical API Design book, which he contends surpasses all previous translations, including the English edition! Order "Practical API Design" (Japanese Version)  Find out why the Japanese translation is the best edition yet *Have ideas for NetBeans Podcast topics? Send them to ">nbpodcast at netbeans dot org. *Subscribe to the official NetBeans page on Facebook! Check us out as well on Twitter, YouTube, and Google+.

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  • Using WebMatrix and Visial Studio 2010 on a Razor project

    - by Terrence Koehn
    I am having problems using both WebMatrix and VS on a Razor project. I have downloaded and installed all updates from the official ASP.net web site. After getting the project to compile in VS I get the following error: "The type of page you have requested is not served because it has been explicitly forbidden. The extension '.cshtml' may be incorrect." Now when I open the project in WebMatrix I receive the same error. I can open/run other projects in WebMatrix without errors so apparently VS changed some configuration in my project? Fortunately I have found a work around but the problem is still not solved. 1) Create a new empty folder for site. 2) Copy contents of folder from failing site. 3) In WebMatrix use option "Site From Folder". Once I have the site up and running with the above steps I can delete the original folder, then rename the new folder (which is now working) to the orig name and the site will stop working again. There is some setting on my system tied to the original folder name that is stopping cshtml files from being served. What/Where is that setting? Thanks, Terrence Koehn

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  • transparently proxying a firewalled web application from a non-standard port to port 80

    - by Terrence Brannon
    I have a web application that serves on port 8088 on $server. However, the only port accessible from remote on $server is port 80. Furthermore, only CGI programs can execute on port 80. I would like to write a CGI program accessible via port 80 that allows one to use the web app running on port 8088. From my view, an ideal solution would be some sort of Java web browser that simply opened up a window and allowed me to use the program running on that port. The CGI program would simply initiate a web browser applet or something. I wrote a Perl CGI program that does it, but I really would like a more transparent solution: my $q = new CGI; print $q->header; use LWP::Simple; use HTML::Tree; my $base = "http://localhost:8088"; my $request = $base; my $qurl = $q->param('url'); if (length($qurl) > 1) { warn "long $qurl"; $request = "$base$qurl"; } else { warn "short $qurl"; } my $content = get($request); my $tree = HTML::TreeBuilder->new_from_content($content); my @a = $tree->look_down('_tag' => 'a'); for my $a (@a) { my $url = $a->attr('href'); next if index($url, '#') > -1 ; $url = "?url=$url"; $a->attr(href => $url); } print $tree->as_HTML;

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  • How can I restart a service designed to run under supervise

    - by Terrence Brannon
    I have written a service designed to run under daemontools supervise. Because the run script refreshes a source code repository: git pull pod_server # serve up docs on source code via the web I desire for the script to restart every 5 minutes. The manpage for svc says that it applies all options to the service, so I thought this would work in cron: */5 * * * * svc -du etc/pod_server but it does not seem to be refreshing to source code repo with new pushes

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  • What rights does an employer have to the employee's computer?

    - by Terrence Brannon
    What access rights should an employee grant an employer for a work computer? For instance, let's assume that the business people come to the IT lab late at night for discussions with the CIO and they use my computer for reading email and general web surfing. In a sense, this means that they are taking full or partial responsibility for any security issues that crop up that get traced back to the employee's machine. Perhaps the proper way to provide a computer to an employee is to give him full and exclusive use of it while employed. Only supervised access (such as hardware/software maintenance) should be acceptable.

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  • How to prevent form submission for a form using onchange to submit the form when certain values are

    - by Terrence Brannon
    I have a form I have built: <form class="myform" action="cgi.pl"> <select name="export" onchange='this.form.submit()'> <option value="" selected="selected">Choose an export format</option> <option value="html">HTML</option> <option value="csv">CSV</option> </select> </form> Now, this form works fine if I pull down and select "HTML" or "CSV". But if I hit the back button and select "Choose an export format", the form is submitted, even though I dont want it to be. Is there any way to prevent form submission for that option?

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  • aspnet_compiler -fixednames does not work?

    - by Terrence
    I am unable to get the -fixednames switch to create dlls for the cs code behind files. The files in the bin folder are compiled aspx pages, but the code behind files are all compiled into one large websitename.dll file. Here is my command with switches. aspnet_compiler -v / -p E:\Source\DotNet4\mysolution\website -f -d -fixednames E:\Source\DotNet4\CompiledWebSite This produces many files in the bin folder. website.dll and website.pdb (contains code behind) myform1.aspx.643c7876.dll (compiled aspx layout ui) I have tested this over and over to make sure I am not missing anything. The test is place a label on myform1.aspx, and in the codebehind populate the label with some text. Compile the website with the above switches and deploy the website. Make a change to the myform1 codebehind and change the label text. Compile and only deploy the myform1.aspx.643c7876.dll to the website. Result: label is still the same. Now deploy the website.dll and pdb and the label changes. Can anyone tell me how to get -fixednames to create sinle dlls for codebehind?

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  • Silverlight ClientAccessPolicy issue...I think

    - by Terrence
    Fisrt of all I have my ClientAccessPolicy.xml file in the root of my website. If I access my website using the public domain name like this: h t t p://www.mydomain.com and then go to the page where my SL control is, I get the spinning % numbers up until about 98%, then it quits and my SL control does not appear on the page. If I access my website using the machine name (website is at datacenter, we have vpn setup) like this: h t t p://machinename and then go to the page where my SL control is everything works fine. this must be a ClientAccess Policy issue don't your think? Or what DO you thnik the issue is? Thanks in advance. Here is the contents of my ClientAccessPolicy.xml file: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <access-policy> <cross-domain-access> <policy> <allow-from http-request-headers="*"> <domain uri="*" /> </allow-from> <grant-to> <resource path="/" include-subpaths="true" /> </grant-to> </policy> </cross-domain-access> </access-policy>

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  • Round-up: Embedded Java posts and videos

    - by terrencebarr
    I’ve been collecting links to some interesting blog posts and videos related to embedded Java over the last couple of weeks. Passing  these on here: Freescale blog – The Embedded Beat: “Let’s make it real – Internet of Things” Simon Ritter’s blog: “Mind Reading with Raspberry Pi” NightHacking with Steve Chin and Terrence Barr: “Java in the Internet of Things” NightHacking with Steve Chin and Alderan Robotics: “The NAO Robot” Java Magazine: “Getting Started with Java SE for embedded devices on Raspberry Pi” OTN video interview: “Java at ARM TechCon” OPN Techtalk with MX Entertainment: “Using Java and MX’s GrinXML Framework to build Blu-ray Disc and media applications” Oracle PartnerNetwork Blog: “M2M Architecture: Machine to Machine – The Internet of Things – It’s all about the Data” YouTube Java Channel: “Understanding the JVM and Low Latency Applications” Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: blog, iot, Java, Java Embedded, Raspberry Pi, video

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  • Round-up: Embedded Java posts and videos

    - by terrencebarr
    I’ve been collecting links to some interesting blog posts and videos related to embedded Java over the last couple of weeks. Passing  these on here: Freescale blog – The Embedded Beat: “Let’s make it real – Internet of Things” Simon Ritter’s blog: “Mind Reading with Raspberry Pi” NightHacking with Steve Chin and Terrence Barr: “Java in the Internet of Things” NightHacking with Steve Chin and Alderan Robotics: “The NAO Robot” Java Magazine: “Getting Started with Java SE for embedded devices on Raspberry Pi” OTN video interview: “Java at ARM TechCon” OPN Techtalk with MX Entertainment: “Using Java and MX’s GrinXML Framework to build Blu-ray Disc and media applications” Oracle PartnerNetwork Blog: “M2M Architecture: Machine to Machine – The Internet of Things – It’s all about the Data” YouTube Java Channel: “Understanding the JVM and Low Latency Applications” Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: blog, iot, Java, Java Embedded, Raspberry Pi, video

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  • New for Your Ears: The Java Spotlight on Embedded Java, JavaFX, Java on Mac, and more

    - by terrencebarr
    Just to let you know there are a bunch of new and interesting podcasts around embedded Java, JavaFX, and Java on Mac OS X available on The Java Spotlight Podcast: Episode 89: Geoff Morton on Java Embedded Episode 88: HTML5 and JavaFX 2 with Gerrit Grunwald Episode 87: Nandini Ramani on JavaFX and Embedded Java Episode 83: Scott Kovatch on Java for Mac OS X Enjoy! Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: Embedded Java, JavaFX, Mac OS X, The Java Spotlight Podcast

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  • New videos: Getting started with embedded Java and more

    - by terrencebarr
    OTN just published a set of six videos related to embedded Java: Java at ARM TechCon Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy, Part 1 Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy, Part 2 Mobile Database Synchronization – Healthcare Demonstration Tomcat Micro Cluster Java Embedded Partnerships Good stuff. Enjoy! Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: embedded, Java Embedded, Java SE Embedded, video

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  • OTN Article: The Enterprise Side of JavaFX (part 1 of 2)

    - by terrencebarr
    OTN just published part 1 of a series by Adam Bien on “The Enterprise Side of JavaFX”. In this article, learn how to use LightView to convert REST services into a bindable set of properties, using JavaFX, Glassfish, LightFish, and Maven. Sample code included. Part 2 will discuss the integration of a JavaServer Faces 2 UI with WebView. Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: glassfish, JavaFX

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  • New on the Java Channel: Low-Latency Applications, JavaFX on Raspberry PI, and more

    - by terrencebarr
    If you haven’t checked out the Java YouTube channel lately … here is some of the stuff you’re missing: Understanding the JVM and Low Latency Applications (picture) JavaFX on the Raspberry Pi 55 New Java 7 Features: Part 3 – Concurrency Properties and Binding with JavaFX 2 Intro And something fun & cool: Java @ Maker Faire 2012 Much more on the Java Channel. Enjoy! Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: Embedded Java, Java 7, Java Channel, Java Embedded, JavaFX, Maker Faire, Raspberry Pi, video, webcast, YouTube

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  • Quick note from JavaOne … check my twitter feed

    - by terrencebarr
    Just a quick note from JavaOne … excellent response to Oracle’s embedded Java announcements and strategy. Our DEMOGround booth is always busy – people want to learn more about Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2, see it in action. Today’s keynote for the Java Embedded @ JavaOne sub conference was excellent – full house, great line up of partners and content. Haven’t had time to blog, but been tweeting about the latest news around embedded Java – be sure to monitor @terrencebarr. And check my last blog for embedded Java highlights. Oh, and check this latest summary on blogs.oracle.com “Huge Opportunity in Small Things” Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: "Oracle Java ME Embedded", embedded, Embedded Java, Java Embedded @ JavaOne, JavaOne

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  • JFXtras Project: More cool features for your JavaFX app

    - by terrencebarr
    JFXtras in an open source project that provides a bunch of interesting components and pieces to make your JavaFX application even more productive, engaging, and, yes, sexy. And saves you coding time along the way. Check out the new JFXtras Ensemble demo, which showcases in one fell swoop all the features and bits you can take advantage of. Also, bookmark Jim Weaver’s excellent blog to keep up with all things JavaFX and rich client. Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: JavaFX, JFXtras, Open Source

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  • Speaking tomorrow @ JAX, Mainz, Germany

    - by terrencebarr
    Just a quick note: I’ll be speaking at the JAX conference in Mainz, Germany, tomorrow: “JavaFX 2: Java, RIA, Web, and more”, April 17, 18:00 The talk will be giving an overview of JavaFX 2.0, top features, demos, tools, and the roadmap of what’s in store for the technology in 2012 and beyond. Also, be sure to check out the other Oracle sessions: “Java everywhere – The Vision becomes true, again”, Dennis Leung, April 17, 9:00 “Die Oracle-Java-Plattformstrategie zeigt klare Konturen”, Wolfgang Weigend, April 18, 17:30 “Lambdas in Java 8: their Design and Implementation”, Maurizio Cimadamore, April 18, 17:30 “OpenJDK Build Workshop”, Frederik Öhrström, April 18, 20:45 “The Future of Java on Multi-Core, Lambdas, Spliterators and Methods“, Frederik Öhrström, April 19, 10:15 For a complete list of all sessions, see here. Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: JavaFX, JAX

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  • Meet us at Devoxx!

    - by terrencebarr
    It’s Devoxx time again! If you’re at Devoxx, sure to check the schedule for a whole range of exciting Java and Oracle topics: JavaFX, OpenJDK, JDK 7, Java Embedded, Java EE, JCP, NetBeans, Greenfoot, as well as Java Duchess and JUG meetings. Talks, labs, BOFs, demos, and more. Embedded Java will also play a prominent role. Want to see Java on Raspberry Pi in action? Find out why what’s happening with Java in IoT (Internet of Things)? Play with NetBeans and Tinkerforge? Check out the full Devoxx schedule. Why do I think Java has the most exciting part of its future still ahead of it? Catch up with me at my talk on Wed 14:00:  ”Small, Smart, Connected: Java in the Internet of Things”. Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: embedded, Embedded Java, Java, Java Embedded, JavaFX, NetBeans, OpenJDK

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  • NightHacking demo: Java in the Internet of Things

    - by terrencebarr
    The NightHacking session with Steven Chin was good fun. Check out the video on “Java in the Internet of Things” and a live demo of the Smart Solar Tracking System with Java ME Embedded 3.2. Real hardware and demo flakiness included See here. While you are at, have a look at some of the other NightHacking sessions and a number of other videos on the YouTube Java Channel. Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: "Oracle Java ME Embedded", demo, embedded, iot, Java Embedded, nighthacking, video, webcast

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  • NightHacking demo: Java in the Internet of Things

    - by terrencebarr
    The NightHacking session with Steven Chin was good fun. Check out the video on “Java in the Internet of Things” and a live demo of the Smart Solar Tracking System with Java ME Embedded 3.2. Real hardware and demo flakiness included See here. While you are at, have a look at some of the other NightHacking sessions and a number of other videos on the YouTube Java Channel. Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: "Oracle Java ME Embedded", demo, embedded, iot, Java Embedded, nighthacking, video, webcast

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  • NightHacking Tour: Join the fun!

    - by terrencebarr
    My colleague and esteemed JavaFX hacker Stephen Chin is currently on the road on his NightHacking Tour through Europe, geeking with toys and projects, hacking code, and interviewing Java luminaries along the way. You might know the guy on the left – James Gosling was the first stop of the tour. What’s more, you can follow live on UStream at each stop along the way. Very cool! To learn all about the NightHacking Tour, check here.  Stephen will swing past my place in Freiburg, Germany, on Saturday (Nov 3). We’ll be chatting about all the stuff that’s happening in the embedded space these days and play with the latest small Java – if the demo gods allow For the latest UStream schedule and past recordings, go here. And follow #nighthacking on Twitter. Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: embedded, Java, Java Embedded, nighthacking

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  • “????Java”???!?JavaOne Tokyo 2012?

    - by hideki ito
    2012?4?4??5??2????????????????49???JavaOne Tokyo 2012??????????7???4??????????????2011???????????Moving Java Forward?????“????Java”???????Java????????????????????2?????????(4?4????????) 2??????????????! ?????2????JavaOne Technical Keynote????????????????????????·?????????????????????Java??????????????????????? ??????????????????Java Rap?(!?) ??????????????·???????? Java???????????????????????·????Alex Buckley?Project Coin???????? ???????·???????? Java???·??????·???????Richard Bair?JavaFX???????????????Oracle Corporation ????·???????? Java EE?????????Java???????Mike Keith?Java EE???????????????????????????????? ????&??????????·??????????Terrence Barr??Java ME?Java Embedded??????????????????????? 2??????????????????????????????????????????? ????????49??????????????????????????????????????Java?????????????????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????Duke??????????????????????????????????…? 7????????????JavaOne Tokyo 2012??????????Java???????????????????????2?????????2012?9?30???10?4????????????????JavaOne 2012????????????????Java????????????????????????????????????????????????! JavaOne 2012 San Francisco http://www.oracle.com/javaone/index.html

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  • Mobile Java, shiny and new: Nokia Asha and Nokia SDK 2.0

    - by terrencebarr
    Nokia has announced a series of new S40 phones called “Asha” – mass-market devices with smart-phone features: Good-sized touch screens, 1 GHz processors, WiFi connectivity, social networking integration, and more. Prices starting around €60 retail. In case you don’t know, the S40 series is built on Java ME and has a huge deployed base in many parts of the world where price/performance is critical. Along with the new phones, Nokia is also making available the new Nokia SDK 2.0 for Java (beta), which enables developers to build rich Java applications with multi-touch, sensor support, an improved Maps API, and the Lightweight UI Toolkit (LWUIT) (more API & tools details). Furthermore, there is a host of developer information, the remote device access service, and even a porting guide to help you port your Android app to the new Asha platform. Last, but not least: More and better options to monetize your applications. Nokia has enabled in-app advertising and in-app purchasing, and improved the way applications can be discovered by customers. Nokia has seen downloads from the Nokia app store rise by 63%, now totaling billions. From what I’m hearing, the revenue opportunities on S40 for developers are often way better than what is typical for other smart-phone platforms (where competition is huge and consumers are fickle). Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Mobile & Embedded Tagged: Asha Series, Java ME, Java ME SDK, Mobile Java, monetization, Nokia, S40

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  • Android “open for embedded”? Must-read Ars Technica article

    - by terrencebarr
    A few days ago ars technica published an article “Google’s iron grip on Android: Controlling open source by any means necessary”. If you are considering Android for embedded this article is a must-read to understand the severe ramifications of Google’s tight (and tightening) control on the Android technology and ecosystem. Some quotes from the ars technica article: “Android is open – except for all the good parts“ “Android actually falls into two categories: the open parts from the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) … and the closed source parts, which are all the Google-branded apps” “Android open source apps … turn into abandonware by moving all continuing development to a closed source model.” “Joining the OHA requires a company to sign its life away and promise to not build a device that runs a competing Android fork.” “Google Play Services is a closed source app owned by Google … to turn the “Android App Ecosystem” into the “Google Play Ecosystem” “You’re allowed to contribute to Android and allowed to use it for little hobbies, but in nearly every area, the deck is stacked against anyone trying to use Android without Google’s blessing“ Compare this with a recent Wired article “Oracle Makes Java More Relevant Than Ever”: “Oracle has actually opened up Java even more — getting rid of some of the closed-door machinations that used to be part of the Java standards-making process. Java has been raked over the coals for security problems over the past few years, but Oracle has kept regular updates coming. And it’s working on a major upgrade to Java, due early next year.” Cheers, – Terrence Filed under: Embedded, Mobile & Embedded Tagged: Android, embedded, Java Embedded, Open Source

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