Building embedded apps with Java ME means wearing many hats

Building embedded apps with Java ME means wearing many hats

Date: Oct 02, 2013

Artyom Astafurov, senior vice president at DataArt, expands on the Internet of Things and discusses opportunities for developers to wear many hats. He also talks about what it means to be a good developer in Java ME.

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