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Really looking forward to today's #VirtualIoT meetup!
 
Open Building Institute (OBI) was launched to make affordable, ecological housing accessible to everyone—using a library of engineered modules and a series of rapid-build procedures. We are developing a design/build toolkit of modules, software, machines, materials, and monitoring that is completely open source. Join this Virtual IoT session to learn more about the OBI initiative, how it relates to the Internet of Things, and how you can get involved.
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How to use #Zulu  Embedded, a royalty free & open-source +Java VM, on your +Raspberry Pi (or any ARM32-based system, really). #IoT   #Java   #Embedded  
I've recently been playing with the early-access version of Zulu Embedded for ARM32. Zulu is an open-source and certified build of OpenJDK. It is a great alternative to the JRE from Oracle as it does not requires you to pay any licenses, and it is also a huge improvement... #embedded #java #zulu
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In this webinar +Kamil Baczkowicz will go through the key features of mqtt-spy, a JavaFX based application for MQTT/IoT developers, and explain how it can help you monitor and test your MQTT-based IoT solution. 

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This Wednesday!
 
For the IoT domain cloud based solutions are getting more and more important. In this context buzzwords like SaaS, PaaS, or just microservices are common vocabularies. This trend of course also affects the device abstraction and the device integration field which represents an important pillar of the IoT domain.

One of the main targets of Eclipse Vorto is to provide means for harmonizing and simplifying the process of integrating devices into IoT platforms or more generic into IoT solutions. This brought up the question: How can we make it even easier and more comfortable to use Vorto? And how can we build up an ecosystem related to the device abstraction topic.

In this talk I will give a short overview on Vorto and I will present new ideas and new features of the Vorto repository which we consider as important for building up a device abstraction related ecosystem. The code generators will be realized as microservices that register automatically and during runtime to inform the repo about their capabilities. The generated source code can be downloaded comfortably using the Eclipse Vorto Toolset, a web interface or a command line interface tool. In addition the repo will provide statistics about the popularity of specific generators and specific device models.
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In case you missed it, there is now a pretty cool Eclipse plug-in that extends CDT with support for Arduino. You can read more on how it works and how to actually install and use it at http://cdtdoug.ca/2015/10/17/introducing-the-arduino-c-ide-for-eclipse.

+Doug Schaefer is one of the main authors of this IDE, and he will be joining the Virtual IoT meetup group tomorrow to present in more details this new pretty cool IDE, and I thought you might be interested.

We will be starting at 11am EDT / 5pm CET, live streaming a Hangouts on Air, so please join us to get a chance to learn more and get a chance to ask questions to Doug directly!

http://www.meetup.com/Virtual-IoT/events/227031845
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BTW, we're live :-) https://plus.google.com/events/cjhmqbqvg8u2p8akq8hpg0kd3sk
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Meetup #IoT  la semaine prochaine à Toulouse ! Rejoignez-nous pour en savoir plus sur LoRa, LoRaWAN et The Things Network !

Jeudi 9 juin, 18h30, à l'ENSEEIHT
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Vous avez très certainement entendu parler du standard LoRa, qui permet de connecter des objets IoT sur une longue portée, et avec une consommation d'énergie particulièrement faible. Après une trop longue absence, le meetup IoT Toulouse vous propose d'en savoir plus sur cette techno, et vous donne une chance d'échanger avec des experts tout en vous proposant de mettre les mains dans le cambouis avec une session "mise en pratique". Il y a tout ...
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Did you know that the Eclipse Foundation is home to many open source implementations of industry standards? From IETF to ISO to oneM2M or OASIS, we have many open source projects that provide industrial-grade implementations that anyone can use to evaluate a... #community #opensource #standards
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Check out this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to run +Eclipse Che on a +Raspberry Pi /cc +Eclipse Foundation 
Eclipse Che is a very cool Eclipse technology that provides you with a browser-based IDE that can be extended with plug-ins for virtually any language, framework, or tool that you may want to use in your day-to-day development. This means that, right from your browser, you can... #che #raspberrypi
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We have some really great speakers lined up for the upcoming Virtual IoT meetup webinars. Please make sure to join the group and RSVP for the sessions you'd like to attend. As always, we're happy to hear your suggestions for future presentations, so feel free to drop me a... #meetup #virtualiot
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Why #IoT is much more than "just" connecting things in my latest blog post
It might be a bit late in the year to do a write-up on The Next Big Thing for IoT in 2016, but it doesn't mean I cannot take a moment to take a step back from the multiple announcements around the consumer Internet of Things lately, and focus on the cornerstone for enabling... #connectedlife #lwm2m
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We're live! Join us to learn more about #OPC-UA and what it can do for Industrial #IoT and #Industrie4.0
 
OPC-UA is the interoperability standard for the secure and reliable exchange of data and information in the industrial automation space and in other industries. It is platform independent and ensures the seamless flow of information among devices from multiple vendors. 

This presentation will introduce the key concepts and architecture of the OPC-UA standard and key steps for integrating OPC-UA into an Industrie4.0 and IoT solutions.
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The Arduino IDE from arduino.cc provides a simple IDE that lets these hobbyists get started. However, it is really simple. As projects get bigger and more complex, Arduino developers need something more powerful. They need an IDE that supports pure C++ development with content assist and source navigation the professional developers take for granted.

The Arduino C++ IDE is a set of plug-ins that provide a professional, yet easy to use development environment for Arduino programming that leverages the power of the industry leading Eclipse CDT. Building on Eclipse, the Arduino programmer can learn important skills and take advantage of the larger Eclipse ecosystem to build true Internet of Things projects that span from their microcontrollers to the cloud.

This talk will give a walkthrough on how to use the Arduino C++ IDE to program your Arduino and talk about features planned for the full GA release for Eclipse Neon and how you can get involved with the preview which continues to evolve.
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