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Introducing DZone's 2014 Guide to Internet of Things

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We are happy to announce the release of DZone's 2014 Guide to Internet of Things!

DZone's 2014 Guide to Internet of Things was produced to help you understand the growing variety of technologies, tools, and companies behind IoT, along with the challenges it faces and the vast potential it holds. Beyond the IoT solutions directory, which includes vendor profiles for 39 different IoT SDKs, developer programs, and hardware options, the guide also includes:

  • Key findings from our survey of over 2,000 developers
  • "How to IoT Your Life: The Complete Shopping List"
  • "The Scale of IoT" Infographic
  • Glossary of common IoT terms

The guide also features in-depth articles from industry experts:

  • An Early Mover's Guide to IoT by Andreea Borcea
  • The Programming Challenges of IoT by John Esposito
  • The IoT Protocol Wars by Matt Butcher
  • The Near Future of IoT by Sean Lorenz



Col Colas replied on Mon, 2014/07/28 - 7:51am

The link seems incorrect, it downloads 

Jeff Cunningham replied on Mon, 2014/07/28 - 8:00am

Yes, the link seems to be pointing to the recycled <i>2014 Mobile Development</i>.  I hope this was unintentional.

Alec Noller replied on Mon, 2014/07/28 - 8:58am

 Thanks for the heads up, guys! The links have been corrected.

Aman Verma replied on Wed, 2014/08/20 - 7:00am

 Thanks. This is really nice..

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