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Joshua Marinacci

Joshua Marinacci
Researcher, Nokia

Website | @joshmarinacci

Ask me about HTML Canvas, mobile apps, and visual design. Or 3D printing and wearable computing. Or just ask me to rant about Java.

Josh Marinacci is a blogger and co-author of “Swing Hacks” and “Building Mobile Apps with Java” for O’Reilly. He is currently a researcher for Nokia.

He previously worked on webOS at Palm and JavaFX, Swing, NetBeans, and the Java Store at Sun Microsystems.

Josh lives in Eugene, Oregon and is passionate about open source technology & great user experiences.


JavaScript - HTML5 - Web
Portland 251
Tutorial Please note: to attend, your registration must include Tutorials.
Joshua Marinacci (Nokia), Walter `wxl` Lapchynski (Bike Friday)
Average rating: ***..
(3.94, 18 ratings)
In the fourth edition of this popular tutorial, we will focus on data visualization. Finding, parsing, drawing, and animating interesting data sets to promote understanding. Read more.
Open Hardware
Average rating: ***..
(3.75, 8 ratings)
The last year has been great for Bluetooth LE. Supported on all smartphone OSes, hackable with Arduino and Raspberry PI, and ready for wearable computing. Review the year of BLE, and build your own smart watch. Read more.
Open Hardware
Average rating: ***..
(3.88, 8 ratings)
Cheap LCD TV + Raspberry Pi = instant data dashboard. Learn how to use NodeJS and Amino for full screen GPU accelerated graphics (no X) to quickly build data dashboards. Show feeds, chart tweets, or visualize your build server with a particle fountain. Unleash gratuitous graphics for all to see. Read more.
Office Hours
Expo Hall (Table C)
Joshua is available to talk to you about any of his favorite topics, such as HTML Canvas, Bluetooth Low Energy, wearable computing, and the Internet of Things. And he’s happy just to rant about Java. Read more.