Blog of Frank Delporte
Exactly one year ago, in December 2021, I published three articles of MQTT messaging with Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Pi Pico and HiveMQ Cloud.
The end of the year is approaching, so it’s time to start scheduling your holidays for the next year.
Twitter has been my “source of truth” for a very long time.
After my talk at J-Fall I got the question what is required to get started with #JavaOnRaspberryPi.
This summer I read the book “Entreprenerd” by Bruno Lowagie. It tells the story of how he started with the iText PDF Java library and turned that into a company together with his wife, and eventually sold it with all problems related to most sales and acquisitions trajects… In “Entreprenerd”, he also describes the process of writing two books about the iText library itself, as there were no good manuals available and he wanted to liberate himself from the ever-returning same questions.
Links used in my talks at Devoxx 2022 (Antwerp, Belgium) and J-Fall (Ede, The Netherlands).
It has been a while since I last had to create documents in a program, and iText has been “on my radar” to try out for a while now.
As I’m becoming a senior developer in terms of age, I’ve transitioned from one language to another.
English version below Ik heb een vrouw, kind, hond en kat.
If you create a new SD card for a Raspberry Pi with the operating system, you can choose the “Raspberry Pi OS Full (32-bit)” edition, which includes Java 11.