Author Archives: Ken Fogel

About Ken Fogel

Java Champion and NetBeans Dream Team Member. Organizer of DawsCon, Montreal's free one day software conference. Next conference is January 10, 2020. Co-Chairperson and Co-Program Coordinator for the Computer Science Technology Program at Dawson College, Montreal. Instructor at the Continuing Education Computer Institute of Concordia University, Montreal. Passionate about teaching and inspiring students to be better programmers.

How to Run Maven Based Projects on a Remote Raspberry Pi Using NetBeans Part 1 of 2.

In the course of writing a series of articles entitled ‘IoT without the Breadboard’ I came across an issue that I felt could be fun to resolve. The issue is how to copy to and execute on a Raspberry Pi a compiled Java application. As a NetBeans Dream team member my IDE of choice is NetBeans. If you are already… Read more »

IoT without the Breadboard Part 2

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In 2012 Seeed Studios of China introduced the Grove System of modules for the burgeoning IoT sector. Seeed used the classic model of simplification, Lego. In the world of Lego you just push bricks together. Seed developed the Grove System to be that easy to use. Of course nothing is quite that simple, not even Lego. None the less, the Grove… Read more »