Vol 124 Issue 1 2008-06-02 Article 20031 from section "Java Technology"

Porting Java on Micro Devices Gets Easier for Developers

The next frontier for developers may well be the world of
micro-embedded applications, or so a recent article from the Sun
Inner Circle suggests. Micro-embedded devices include such things as
medical appliances, MP3 players, smart cards, automobile braking
systems and RFID tags, for example. With the arrival of the Squawk
VM, the formerly difficult job of porting Java technology on this
class of devices has been made considerably simpler and should open
the door for developers interested in working on them.

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