Orange County Chapter

Program, June 2007

Real-Time Specification for Java

Monday, June 11, 7-9 pm

Mike has made his slides available.

Java is perhaps the most popular language since C, and an increasing number of critical applications are turning to the code for its real-time features.

At the June meeting of UUASC-OC, our own Java expert, Mike Elliott, who has spoken to us numerous times on various coding topics, returns to discuss how the Real-Time Specification for Java (RTSJ) is becoming widespread with the recent finalization of JSR 1.

Mike will examine for us the impact of real-time constraints on Java, and he will show us RTSJ's approach to concurrency.

Mike worked with Java and real-time programming while at Sun Microsystems, where he ported the Java Virtual Machine to various embedded microprocessor boards.

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