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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Michael Van Meekeren has been a senior developer with IBM Ottawa Labs (formerly known as Object Technology International) since 1994, and has played an active role in the development of Envy/Developer, IBM Smalltalk, VisualAge for Java, and WebSphere Studio Device Developer. Michael is currently the IBM Eclipse Platform UI Team Lead at IBM Ottawa Labs.


SESSION DESCRIPTION
Eclipse provides support for Java program development such as editing, compiling, and debugging, and is readily extensible through its plug-in mechanism. Many have been involved in the development of plug-ins that support the building and launching of embedded applications (with support for various platforms, such as J2ME/MIDP, PocketPC, and PalmOS). This talk will show how applications can be developed, compiled, analyzed, and compressed to fit on really small devices. It will include reports on practical experience, it will provide background information on developing Java applications for resource-constrained environments, and explain what Java standardization processes are under way.

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