NXP FTF 2016: More on Java, VMs, and C for IoT

May 27, 2016
As the IoT brings IT developers closer to the world of embedded application development than ever before, interest in using Java for resource constrained devices has piqued. However, as any good embedded developer knows, Java typically carries too much baggage for embedded MCUs and MPUs. In this interview with Fred Rivard, Founder and CEO of MicroEJ, the co-author of the Java JDT compiler explains how virtual machines and acceleration engines can make Java suitable for embedded systems, and how a tool based on Java and C can make for extreme IoT portability.
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