One of the many benefits of working at ISE is the diversity of projects our team members are working on. Whether it be a project for work or just some tinkering at home, the people at ISE have experience with a wide variety of tools.
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Once you have an idea for a mobile application, it can be difficult to choose a development platform. There seems to be a never ending list of options, with new ones added daily. Asking around for advice can make the decision more difficult, as everyone tends to have their own preference or bias for using one platform over another.
Last week Hass, Mark, and myself attended the Internet of Things World Conference in Santa Clara, California. Attendees came from all over the world to learn, share and discuss the Internet of Things (IoT). It was four days jam packed with workshops, keynote speeches, breakout sessions and vendor exhibits. We spent the first day in a workshop discussing both the technology and business behind the Internet of Things. Our next three days were spent selecting and attending various talks about everything IoT. Between sessions we would hit up the showroom floor to visit vendor booths and view live demos. We learned a great deal of information, so I am going to try to impart some of that knowledge by sharing some of the key points from the conference.