Microsoft Certified for IoT Device Catalog

There are a number of Microsoft Certified for IoT Starter Kits available. These are tailors mostly to prototyping solutions, as they come with a number of sensors and things necessary to get started building. However, if you know what platforms you want to target, or are looking for a number of platforms to choose from,…Read more Microsoft Certified for IoT Device Catalog

9 IoT Sessions from Ignite 2016 – Watch On-Demand

All the sessions from the Microsoft Ignite 2016 conference were recorded and are being put up online for free, on-demand streaming. There are hundreds of sessions overall on every technology in the Microsoft stack. It's a very large amount of content to sift through, so I thought I would put together a showcase of just…Read more 9 IoT Sessions from Ignite 2016 – Watch On-Demand

Ignite 2016 Session: Learn about Microsoft IoT Vision

The Learn about Microsoft IoT Vision session from the Microsoft Ignite 2016 conference gives some really good overview of what Microsoft's vision of the Internet of Things (IoT) is, as well as answering some questions about "What?" and "Why?" around IoT. The Internet of Things (IoT) is here today in the devices, sensors, cloud services,…Read more Ignite 2016 Session: Learn about Microsoft IoT Vision

AT&T IoT Starter Kit with Azure IoT Suite Support

It seems that pretty much everyone is getting in on the IoT Game these days. There is a plethora of IoT boards, devices, sensors and other accessories on the market. The new AT&T IoT Starter Kit is one of the latest endeavors into IoT and this time from a telecom instead of just yet another…Read more AT&T IoT Starter Kit with Azure IoT Suite Support

Windows 10 IoT Core Compatible Boards

There are many IoT hardware boards on the market today. Windows 10 IoT Core has some very specific hardware requirements, so only a few of the boards available support the the ability to run Windows 10 IoT Core and using Visual Studio 2015 for building Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps to run on them. One of…Read more Windows 10 IoT Core Compatible Boards

GrovePi+ Plug-n-Play IoT Platform

Traditionally building Internet of Things (IoT) devices using a platform such as the Raspberry Pi required you to know a little about electronics. You needed to either solder or use a breadboard to connect sensors or servos or whatever to the Raspberry Pi header / GPIO pins correctly. Plus you needed to know when to…Read more GrovePi+ Plug-n-Play IoT Platform