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Did you join the Windows Developer Program for IoT and now you are waiting for the board or have ordered an Intel Galileo (Gen2) on which you will load the Windows image made available on the official website ? Are you waiting for the board but you are curious to know what are the components included in the Windows for IoT ?
There is a solution !
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Thursday, October 23 there was in Naples the "Mobile Camp" organized by Microsoft with my community DotNetCampania and focused on the development on Windows Phone and Windows platforms.
Who knows the MQTT protocol, used in the Internet of Things market, also knows that the reference project for it is Paho of the Eclipse Foundation.
In this large list, until a few days ago, an implementation in C# usable on .Net and WinRT platforms was missing . This gap was filled with my M2Mqtt project that is now officially under Paho umbrella for which I’m officially a committer !
In December 2013, the Linux Foundation announced the AllSeen Alliance, a consortium dedicated to the development and innovation in the Internet of Things market in our homes and industrial environments.
One of the main features of an “object” in the Internet of Things world is its ability to exchange messages, sending data or receiving commands, as effectively and efficiently as possible. There are several standard protocols for this purpose but one of my favorites is MQTT.
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