50 shades (or less) of THINGS!!!

 
English Introductory and overview Internet of Things

IoT is a daily keyword in the IT dictionary now. However, the "THINGS" part of the IoT has become so vast and varied that it often becomes difficult to disentangle the possibilities or the different options that arise in the design of complex IoT architectures. Let's see in this session to distinguish which are the main solutions offered by the market, evaluating characteristics, functionality and support for the integration of these devices from and to the Cloud.

Speaker

Marco Dal Pino

Microsoft MVP Reconnect, Intel BlackBelt & Innovator, Speaker, Trainer, Consultant @Microsoft

Marco Dal Pino has been working in IT for almost 30 years as Developer, Team Leader, PM and Advisory Engineer. He mostly experienced Microsoft development Platforms around .NET, for LOB, Desktop, Mobile and embedded applications. He is a Trainer and a Speaker at the main technical conferences all around the world. He is part of the staff of DotNetToscana a community focused on Microsoft technologies. He received many awards from IT companies as independent Advisor like: Microsoft MVP, Intel BlackBelt & Innovator, Nokia DevChamp, Hackster Live Ambassador He works for Microsoft as a Consultant.

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