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Oracle Embedded MOOC w/ Raspberry PI
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If your interested in playing with Java on Raspberry PI - another round of the "Oracle Massive Open Online Course: Develop Java Embedded Applications Using a Raspberry Pi" is starting May 19th. You…Continue

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At 10:50am on November 19, 2013, Michael Levin said…
Chris, Lamine Ba of Senejug suggested you might enjoy the Africa Android Challenge: http://www.androidchallenge.org/

Best, Mike
At 8:52am on November 15, 2013, Michael Levin said…

Chris,

Thanks for making the November 2013 GatorJUG and OrlandoJUG meetings a success. Everyone liked your presentation and we learned a lot. I noticed more questions after your talk than in the majority of other presentations we've had. People were tuned in and listening. Spring *is* a big deal and you dissected it well. All the best, Michael

At 11:10am on November 14, 2013, Michael Levin said…

Hi Chris - thanks for the great presentation last night at the GatorJUG. 

At 9:24pm on March 12, 2011, Michael Levin said…
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