In the world of Industrial IoT where physical Assets are represented digitally as Asset Avatars, it's helpful to have a well-known paradigm to follow when modeling them.
To be successful in IoT, your platform must connect to as many things as possible which means your device SDKs must work with multiple embedded operating systems and support multiple programming languages.
The amount of CPU, RAM and storage on your IoT device dictates the types of programming languages you can use ranging from C/C++ on the small end to higher level languages like Java and C# on larger devices.
Businesses drag their feet when mobilizing line of business apps via legacy software migration thinking it’s cheaper to maintain a codebase than to rewrite.
Connect to Windows 10 IoT Core on Your Raspberry Pi 2 with Secure Shell, the Web and Visual Studio. In my last article, I showed you how to get Windows 10 IoT Core installed on your Raspberry Pi 2. In order to remotely configure, monitor and push Universal Windows Platform apps to your Pi, your... Continue Reading →
It's Computer Science Education Week so I'm hoping teachers and volunteers everywhere will spend an hour teaching your students how to write code. Learning how to program computers changed my life and I know it can do the same for millions of young people who are looking to try something new and exciting. I started... Continue Reading →
Learn about a new "superpower" that isn't being taught in 90% of US schools. I learned my "superpower" of programming using BASIC on a Timex Sinclair 1000 when I was in 9th grade. "Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think." - Steve Jobs