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Fun with Sun SPOTs

When 2007-08-14 | 06:30:00  
Event Title Fun with Sun SPOTs
Presenter Inyoung Cho
Where OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
Event description:


Sun SPOTs (small programmable object technology) are a research project from Sun Labs.  They are intended to be used in applications like wireless sensor networks, but have many other interesting and fun applications.  This session will explain the design of the Sun SPOTs, including the Squawk JVM which requires no operating system to run. Possible uses of the SPOTs in different applications including gaming will be described along with a number of interesting and thought provoking demonstrations of their use.


Inyoung Cho has been with Sun Microsytems Inc. since 1995. She is a Java Technology evangelist focusing on various aspects of Java technologies, lately she is focusing on Java Tools to make Java Platform easy to use. In previous positions, Inyoung worked at Nortel in the role of senior software engineer, and she has developed network management software for Digital Switch, as well as Optical Transmission Products. Inyoung has a BS in Computer Science from University of Toronto.

Venue OCLC's Kilgour building auditorium
Street address 6565 Kilgour Place Dublin OH 43017-3395

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