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What is IoT Hub?

A community of technologists, influencers, talent, and IoT related businesses. Our events focus on cutting edge innovations and research in the field of IoT (Internet of Things) technology, smart devices, wearables, AI, and a gambit of other topics. We strive to bring the end-user (aka "customer") perspective to understand how IoT enabling technology is impacting how business is done and where companies are in their adoption curve of such innovations.

Topics have included autonomous driving (self-driving vehicles), IoT cybersecurity, voice technology (i.e. Amazon Alexa), edge/fog computing, IoT platforms, and much more. Meet and collaborate with other IoT professionals, network with businesses in your industry, and learn about new technologies that could optimize your business.


• Jim Katsandres, head evangelist for Bluetooth SIG and former speaker says: “What is unique about IoT Hub meetups is that they focus on the business side and real use cases in the their technology discussions.”

• Michael Palermo, one our former speakers as an evangelist from Amazon, say, "The caliber of attendees at the IoT Hub meet-up in Seattle is one of the best I have seen. The participation and passion of the group is contagious and made for a great place to speak on IoT. The organizers clearly care about community and it shows.”

Upcoming events (2)

Donkey Car Hack-Night Series for Developers!!!

Code Fellows

**************ALL DEVELOPERS MUST REGISTER BELOW************* ***********https://donkeycarshacknightseries.eventbrite.com*********** Calling all developers that want to build something fun! During the month of March, JFrog in partnership with Code Fellows, WeWork Labs, IoT Hub, Makerologist, dev2device and PuPPy will be hosting a Donkey Car Hack-Night series and race finale. We are partnering with the Code Fellows Community Hack Night to bring you this fun experience. If you are interested in Raspberry Pi's, machine learning, TensorFlow, Python, and donkey cars to ultimately put your racing skills to the test, then this is the event for you. AND if you only want to celebrate with the teams on the finale night, register here to enjoy the race. All ticket cost are donated to the Code Fellows Diversity Scholarship Fund to support their efforts in changing the tech talent pool with diverse candidates. Learn more here. ************************************************ Registrants will meet and form teams on: February 26th Hack-Nights will be held: March 5th, 12th, and the 19th Big Finale Race will be held: March 26th ************************************************* Raspberry PI's and donkey cars sponsored

Donkey Car Race Finale!

Code Fellows

***********REGISTER BELOW - FOOD/DRINKS WILL BE ORDERED*********** ***********https://donkeycar.eventbrite.com*********** Ready for a fun tech event that involves a race?? Well, us too! Join us for a Donkey Car Race on March 26th for a fun night watching developers race their programmed remote control cars against each other! All ticket cost will be donated to the Code Fellows Diversity Scholarship Fund which supports tuition for career changers that are interested in software development but are lacking the financial resources to purse a career in tech. If you want/need a discount code, you can use this one for 50% off: IOTHUB If you want to be a mentor for the hack night series, register here: https://donkeycarshacknightseries.eventbrite.com - This would be a great way to find talent. This fun night is provided by Code Fellows, JFrog, WeWork Labs, IoT Hub, Makerologist , dev2device, and PuPPy communities. ************************************************ Registrants will meet and form teams on: February 26th Hack-Nights will be held: March 5th, 12th, and the 19th Big Finale Race will be held: March 26th ************************************************* All supplies + food/drinks are sponsored.

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IoT Hype Cycle: Microsoft Azure Perspective

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