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Boston Linux Meeting Wednesday, February 18, 2004 (room 4-370) Developing J2ME Applications on Linux

When: Wednesday, February 18, 2004 7:00 PM (6:30 for general Q&A)
Topic: Developing J2ME Applications on Linux
Location:  MIT Building 4-370 ## NOTE back to our regular room ##
Presented by: Richard Kasperowski and Alex Bourgeois, Altisimo Computing

    Everything you need to know to build J2ME applications on Linux

    J2ME (Java2, Micro Edition) is an emerging platform for mobile
handheld applications. J2ME promises to be ubiquitous: there are
currently over 120 million J2ME-enabled mobile phones in users' hands,
and it is estimated that 95% of all mobile phones will be J2ME-enabled
by 2007.

    We will present an overview of the J2ME platform and then dive in to
the tools available for building and testing J2ME applications on Linux.
We will discuss deploying J2ME applications to mobile phones and on the
Sharp Zaurus. The talk will include lots of code and live demos. 

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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