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5 Reasons to Use .NET for your Next IoT Project

Roughly 10 years ago, when the Internet of Things (IoT) was in its infancy, only a small number of enthusiasts were exploring IoT development....

The Shift to Linux Operating Systems for IoT

As IoT devices become more full-featured, the Operating System that drives them is shifting from Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS) to Linux. IoT Devices of Today IoT...
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The 4 Computing Types for the Internet of Things

From a practitioner's point of view, I routinely see the need for computing to be more available and distributed. When I started integrating IoT...
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Is IoT Security Finally Getting the Attention of Tech Giants?

Recently, Google and Microchip announced an interesting partnership to improve security in IoT devices by establishing both hardware and software root of trust. In...
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Getting Started with Cloud IoT Core

Earlier this year, Google announced the offering of its fully-managed IoT device management service, Cloud IoT Core, to add to its suite of cloud...
Why and How Kubernetes is Good for IoT

Why and How Kubernetes is Good for IoT

As a full-stack app developer, there are an endless number of things to know. If you work on the front end, you have to...
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Google Cloud Platform Opens Doors for IoT Acceleration

After the public beta of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) IoT Core was released in September, IoT companies have been strongly supporting the platform and...
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Why I Think Spark Will Have the Staying Power of SQL

Old-timer Just Keeps on Tickin' SQL has been around for almost 40 years. SQL has been around in commercial form since 1979. That’s when Relational...
Microsoft Azure IoT Edge: Conclusion & Next Steps

Microsoft Azure IoT Edge: Conclusion & Next Steps

In Part 1, we were able to learn a bit about what Microsoft’s Azure IoT Edge does, ran a sample app, and modified it. In Part...
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How to Choose Your IoT Platform – Should You Go Open-Source?

In my previous article “Should you use Serverless Architecture for your IoT Solution?” I reviewed DataArt’s approach to building a serverless IoT solution from...

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