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At the recent #YHACK event at Yale University the Intel IoT Developer Program Team were on hand to distribute fifty sets of Edison boards and the Grove Sensor Kits. These kits proved extremely popular with the developers and many teams went on to develop devices using this IoT kit.
Our team of software developers, experts, partners and enthusiasts have continuously shared innovative and exciting ideas in the Intel® IoT Developer Zone. This month we’ve compiled a list of our most popular IoT stories to guide you through the latest projects in the IoT space.
Intel IOT Roadshow hackathon Los Angeles winners showcased their projects: Sundi.al and Smart Safety Holster. Both projects are powered by Intel Edison and a series of sensors.
Did you ever wonder why you should “invest” 24, 48, or 72 hours of your time at a hackathon? If hackathon participation is not on your to-do list, here is a list of the top 10 benefits of hackathon participation, which I am sure, will put hackathons on your radar.
On October 14th, I had the great honor of leading my first workshop at Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC 2015) titled “Inspiring Women to Join the Maker Community Through Hackathon Participation”, a topic that I am very passionate about.
Toward the end of last year, I applied for a position as an Internet of Things (IoT) Community Evangelist at Intel Corporation. During the interview process, I was given an Intel® Galileo board along with its starter kit, and was asked to create a demo over the weekend. I’m always excited to play with new “toys”, but that feeling was totally amplified once Katherine got involved as well.
I've been using IEEE_IS_NAN a lot, so I thought I'd get consistent with the kinds in the declarations of the associated REALs.
Lets face it, the largest function within IoT is problem resolution. IoT solutions are perfect to implement in hundreds of ways within any industry. However, many developers that envision awesome IoT based solutions run into issues since they failed to properly define the scope of the problem they wish to solve.
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