There is a new .Net Micro Framework board in town !
In the past few months, MikroElektronika release the Quail Board as a solution for building hardware prototypes using all the best features of .Net Micro Framework and the related “click” boards for a lot of type of external devices, like sensors (humidity, temperature, …), wifi module, OLED and so on.
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It was and it will be a very busy time for me ... and if you want to hear me talk about the Internet of Things around Italy (and the "world"), you just need to read the agenda of upcoming events !
Tomorrow, on Saturday April 18th, there will be the third edition of the Microsoft Embedded Conference in Naples that has become the Internet of Things Conference organized as always by the DotNetCampania community thanks to the sponsorship of Microsoft Italy.
A detailed description of the CEJSON JSON Parser.
On March 2 the pending merger of NXP Semiconductors N.V. and Freescale Semiconductor, Ltd was announced.
Version 1 AzMS Tables use an auto-incremented integer field as the primary key which is more compact than the GUID string used in version 2 AzMS tables.. The Azure Portal generates Version 2 tables which can be inefficient for resource limited embedded devices. This blog covers how to generate version 1 AzMS tables.
When an HTML POST/GET/PATCH/DELETE message is posted to an Azure Mobile Service Table, the message can be intercepted and modified. Also the response can also be intercepted and modified. This blog outlines how to do this.
Delete and Update are now available for CEJSON. This means that the 4 CRUD primitives are now available.
Now available at https://cejson.codeplex.com can Post and Get Telemetry data to Azure Mobile Service.
Global Azure Bootcamp is a one day world-wide event, driven by Microsoft Azure experts and community enthusiasts, to help develop new to Azure as well as experienced developer, to learn and share knowledge about Azure. This is the 3rd year for this event. For the last event in 2014, there were 136 event locations in 54 countries. You can read the summary for the 2014 event here.
A year has passed since I received the first Microsoft MVP award on Windows Embedded and a few days ago (on April 1st) I received the more exciting email you might expect ... the renewal !
My "role" as MVP has allowed me to be at the summit in November in Redmond at the Microsoft headquarter and for me it was an awesome experience, knowing the team that works on IoT and all those people with whom I had only "virtual" contacts.
Thanks to all those who have continued to believe in me and consider me worthy of this award.
As for me I will continue with maximum effort, hoping that next year will be here again to write the same post !