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Robert Vojta
Day Saturday
Room AW1.126
Start time 14:15
End time 15:15
Duration 01:00
Event type Podium
Language English
Introduction to Java development with entry barrier is quite high - people need lot of time to learn how to develop for the This talk is more or less theoretical and it tries to cover all possible areas.

We will define common terms, describe UNO Java bridge, go through documentation and explain how to read it, where to find information we need. Introspection interface with tool examples will be described too. And finally, we will take a look at the on the server. This talk should lower entry barrier for developers and prepare them for development.

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