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Frank Delporte -

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About me

Software developer/technical lead/writer with more than 20 years of experience in video, multimedia, technical project management, digital signage and (web) programming.

My current work tools are Java/Git/Atlassian/AWS/PostgreSQL with IntelliJ IDEA/Visual Studio Code, but also use/used ASP.NET, C#, JavaScript, Angular, SQL Server, Flex, CSS, HTML5, Eclipse, QT,..

I love to KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) and try to do this in everything I do.

You can hire me for small coding jobs, writing and presenting.

Author of "Getting Started with Java on Raspberry Pi"

Controlling physical things with some lines of code is magic! This book includes a lot of info and history about Java itself and how to install it on the Raspberry Pi with many example applications. Also a lot of tips and tricks to become or be a better developer.

The sources of this book are available in a repository here on GitHub.

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My GitHub Stats


  1. Sources and scripts for the book "Getting started with Java on the Raspberry Pi"

    Java 48 11

  2. Sample project to demonstrate the use of JavaFX on the Raspberry Pi

    Java 8 1

  3. Minimal JavaFx 11 application

    Java 4

  4. JavaFX UI + Arduino project to control the lights in a drum booth

    Java 5 1

365 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to Pi4J/, Pi4J/pi4j-v2, FDelporte/JavaMagazineFXGL and 39 other repositories

Contribution activity

May 2022

Created 5 commits in 2 repositories

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