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Java and Eclipse for Computer Science by [Sean Liming, John R. Malin]

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Sean Liming is owner of Annabooks. He has been involved with embedded systems for over two decades and has authored several articles and books including the popular Professional's Guide To Windows Embedded Standard, Professional's Guide for POS for .NET, and Starter Guide for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise. Sean has worked at Intel and Annasoft Systems, and hasd been a Microsoft MVP since 2002. He received his BSEE from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona, California, where he focused on computer architecture and design. You can find more information at his website: www.seanliming.com.

John R. Malin was an early pioneer in using IBM-PC's to develop embedded software for x86-based embedded devices in the mid 80's and a former Microsoft MVP for 11 years. Over the past 30 years John has worked with a number of embedded operating systems starting with VRTX, Nucleus, PharLap, ThreadX, Windows CE, XP Embedded, and .NET Micro Framework. He has also co-authored a number of articles, white papers covering embedded development, and the book Real-Time Development from Theory to Practice. John is a cofounder of Annabooks, LLC and has a BS and MS in Solid State Physics from Case Western Reserve University. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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