Java Real-Time and Wireless Sensors

Posted on Tuesday 29 May 2007

While listening to Java Posse (a great podcast that I love to listen to while driving around town), I learned that Sun has just released Java Real-Time System 2.0. I don’t program in Java but I find it very fascinating to learn more about how the Java platform works and what tools are out there. So, I thought it was very interesting that Java has a real-time system.

And, it seems that Sun is starting to get into hardware too. For example, the Sun Spot project is a wireless embedded device (that runs Java) intended to be used as a wireless sensor.

java.jpgHmmm… I wonder how long until Sun has a graphical programming language that runs on the Java Virtual Machine.


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