Java and STM32

Last time I spent couple of weeks learning the basics of MicroEJ environment. It allows to write Java applications for the microcontrollers from STM32 family. The applications run on a platform containing the implementation of Java Virtual Machine, peripheral drivers and libraries. I wrote some of articles which are published on mikrokontroler.pl website (polish only). You can read them here:

  1. Introduction
  2. GPIO
  3. ADC+DAC
  4. Alarm clock with external RTC
  5. Weather station

 

Java in the service of science

Some time ago I started working on some software which could be used in genomic data analysis. It was during my PhD studies at Warsaw University of Technology. I worked together with guys from Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Centre and Institute of Oncology and recently we managed to publish the results in BMC Research Notes. It is about exploratory data analysis and visualisation in ChIP-Seq research (Chromatin immunoprecipitation coupled with next-generation sequencing). The article is available here, so you can freely read it. The application is called jChIP and is available to download from SourceForge project page. Feel free to read, use and test.