Tuesday Afternoon, Half Day
J2ME Design and Development Considerations
Convention Ctr — Room 16
David Hemphill, Catapult Technologies, Inc.

Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) is Sun’s Java 2 platform for consumer electronics and embedded devices. Writing software for limited devices offers unique challenges to the application developer. In many cases, developers are required to improvise in graphical user interface, persistent storage, I/O, and other areas in order to make the application work under resource constraints. The extremely varied nature of many of the targeted devices makes solving issues even more challenging. In this presentation, many of the difficulties and potential solutions of developing mobile, wireless, and other limited device J2ME applications will be addressed.

Attendee Background: Participants should be familiar with Java programming and have some familiarity with J2ME.

Presenter: David Hemphill is a Senior Software Architect with Catapult Technologies, Inc. He has over ten years of experience in developing and architecting software systems. David’s technical expertise lies in Java, J2EE, J2ME, EJB, UML, XML, and relational databases. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.

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