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The rapid rise of the Internet of Things requires a new breed of developer. Often moonlighting to develop solutions that are transforming the Internet of Things, many of these developers have day jobs in a wide array of disciplines. And their job titles can range from application developer to
The transformative impact of the Internet of Things continues to expand widely across industries, and its progress does not appear to be slowing anytime soon in 2016. Attend IBM InterConnect 2016 to see firsthand how the IBM Internet of Things portfolio will continue to innovate the ways
The Internet of Things arguably grew by leaps and bounds in 2015. Where is the Internet of Things headed in 2016? Take a look at one perspective in which interest in the Internet of Things is expected to evolve toward widespread implementation.
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Google’s recent announcement of Project Brillo, a Weave-based OS for the Internet of Things ecosystem, raises some interesting questions—and some concerns. The OS aims to advance the Internet of Things by enabling connected devices and sensors to speak the same language, but it has other potential