NXP FTF 2016: Eliminating tradeoffs of Java versus C in embedded, IoT

May 27, 2016 Embedded Computing Design

With the integration of IT and OT on the Internet of Things, Java is becoming more relevant to embedded development. However, traditional bottlenecks still persist with Java. In this interview, Fred Rivard, CEO of MicroEJ and co-author of the Java JDT compiler, explains how virtual machines are making Java as applicable to device design as traditional C, and discusses how to maximize IoT portability through an app store concept.

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