Kevin Hoyt got hooked on physical computing after building his first socially-aware, RFID-enabled, beer keg using Phidgets. He has gone on to teach hands-on workshops and present at conferences all across the world on topics such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, 3D printing, and more. Kevin is Kaazing's Principal Evangelist, focusing on enabling the two-way, high-speed Internet of Things.
Room: N-121 | Time: 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Much of the early success of the Internet of Things comes from architecture created to support the Web. Unfortunately, we often bringing the confines and limitations of the Web along with us. This session will start by exploring some of the Web architecture barriers keeping us from maximizing the IoT business. From there we will explore event-driven options that are simpler, faster and provide superior scalability. Filled with interactive demonstrations, learn how to empower your IoT devices with the always-on, always-connected Web.