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How to Connect the Internet of Things - Denver

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This month we're excited to have Laurie Lamberth present on How to Connect the Internet of Things. This talk also features a demo of MachineShop's device connectivity platform by Alison Jones.

This talk is open to all skill levels and especially to anyone who's interested in learning more about the Internet of Things.

Agenda

6:00-6:30 - Mingle, Eat/Drink, and Welcome/Housekeeping

6:45 - Presentation on How to Connect the Internet of Things with Laurie Lamberth, featuring a demo by Alison Jones

Laurie's Bio:

Laurie Lamberth is a business development, marketing and strategy executive specializing in the Internet of Things, machine-to-machine communications (M2M), location-based services (LBS) and digital media. Laurie began her 20-year wireless career by launching U.S. Tier 1 mobile operator Nextel Communications, propelled Nextel’s growth in various Marketing positions, and recruited mobile network, device and application partners as Business Development Director for Nextel, Sprint Nextel and Powerwave Technologies. Laurie leverages her mobile experience and global mobile, M2M, enterprise mobility and digital/mobile advertising contacts to help her clients launch and grow their businesses as a Associate Partner with 151 Advisors. The mobile industry has noted Laurie’s expertise: Connected World Magazine (http://connectedworld.com/) recognized Laurie as a “Woman of M2M (http://connectedworld.com/peggy-smedley-and-connected-world-magazine-top-list-of-m2m-influencers/)” and AlwaysOn Networks named her a “Power Player in Mobile (http://www.aonetwork.com/profile/laurielamberth)”

You can find articles written by or featuring Laurie here (http://connectedworld.com/?s=laurie+lamberth).

Alison's Bio:

Alison Jones is a software engineer at MachineShop (http://www.machineshop.io). Alison worked in the nonprofit field for the better part of a decade before switching to a career in tech. She attended a Ruby/Rails course at the DaVinci Institute (http://www.davinciinstitute.com/) in 2012 and has been working as a developer ever since. Alison lives in Boulder with her boyfriend and dog.