Resuming our regularly scheduled program #ThisWeekInIoT
Published Jan 10 2020 12:36 PM 2,274 Views

First and foremost, Happy New Year!

May 2020 be full of successful IoT projects.

We missed a couple editions of your weekly #ThisWeekInIoT series but we have not forgotten you. Here is for your weekend catch up on all things IoT at Microsoft that happened this week as well as over the holidays.


News and update

A CES conversation with Microsoft's Tara Prakriya

Microsoft Azure IoT Developers: I’ve got something for you! (hint: that's about a new certification)

Open source drivers now available for real-time cores on the Azure Sphere-certified MT3620

FloWater To Showcase IoT Water Refill Stations And Mobile App At CES 2020

Taiwan's ITM debuts new blockchain attestation solution for Qualcomm and Microsoft's IoT chipsets

The 2010s: Microsoft, the cloud company

Microsoft Partners With Luxoft on Connected Vehicle Platform

zGlue Launches ChipBuilder Pro to Quickly and Easily Enable the Next Generation of Consumer Experien...

Eurotech to Offer IoT Solutions With Microsoft-Verified Hardware and Software

SIGFOX Collaborates with Microsoft to Connect Internet of Things Devices to Microsoft Azure IoT Hub



New projects and learning modules to tinker with

Create your first Azure IoT Central app

Manage IoT Central applications with the REST API

Remotely monitor and control devices with Azure IoT Hub

Introduction to implementing lambda architecture for IoT solutions

Search for data anomalies using IoT Hub routing, Stream Analytics, and a built-in ML model

Deploy IoT Edge modules at scale using Visual Studio Code

Running a GPU enabled Azure Custom Vision Docker container on a Nvidia Jetson Nano

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