Ishu Verma

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IoT Developer Survey - Deadline March 5, 2018

Ishu Verma

IoT Developer Survey Deadline is March 5, 2018. Seeking input from Internet of Things (#IoT) developers to better understand their needs for software and related tools. We want to know how you’re using open source technology to build your IoT solution.

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ARM TechCon 2017 - Embedded, IoT, Networking, and more...

Ishu Verma

Arm TechCon 2017 - Embedded, IoT, Networking and no Server focus Last month was Arm TechCon, the annual developer conference showcasing offerings from Arm and its partners. Arm laid out its vision and strategy to achieving even greater integration in its processors and circumventing the slowing Moore’s law. As always, there was a bevy of new product announcements but overall, the show seemed to lack the energy of the last few years and especially the excitement of last year after...

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Open IoT Challenge - CFP deadline next week

Ishu Verma

Inviting all hackers, tinkerers, and builders to take part in the Open IoT Challenge 4.0. Wouldn't it be cool to showcase a solution with enterprise and operational technologies, modern app dev and machine learning working together (hint: Kura, OpenShift, Camel, Spark...)? Or perhaps you've another great idea for remote health monitoring that you would you like to prototype. You can use any open source technology to build the IoT solution. The Open IoT Challenge 4.0 CFP deadline is November 13...

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Using Agile Integration for IoT

Ishu Verma

Using agile integration for IoT initiatives enables standards-based solutions that can be quickly built and deployed at scale

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Snag an IoT kit at CodeStarter at RHTE APAC

Ishu Verma

Are you attending RHTE (Red Hat Tech Exchange) APAC, interested in IoT and like to tinker with real hardware? Come join us for an evening of fun at CodeStarter IoT hackathon on Thursday, Sep 7th. The use case for this CodeStarter emulates Industry 4.0 smart factory scenario. This end-to-end IoT solution will allow the participants to interact with: Raspberry Pi connected to sensors/actuators to emulate the factory environment. Java/OSGi based middleware (Eclipse Kura) for simplified access to underlying device hardware...