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What does Eclipse IoT have to offer?

A simple way to look at Eclipse IoT

Eclipse IoT is a collection of open source projects for the development of Internet of Things solutions. It is one of the most active working groups in the Eclipse Foundation, currently featuring 25 projects. Here we present a brief overview of some popular offerings.

Who knew?

Lego and Data: Closer than you think

In this article, Chris Pham, a Senior Business Intelligence Analyst, Talent Operations at LinkedIn, demonstrates how playing with Lego and working with data are closer than you think.

You didn't see this coming

What can we learn from Starbucks? Asynchronous programming, of course

There are a lot of fast food restaurants and coffee chains which use asynchronous processing to make sure they serve as many customers as possible as quickly as possible. As we go through the coffee ordering process, you will see that there’s not much of a difference between Starbucks employees (baristas) and programmers.

Interview with Caroline Emmins and John Owen

IBM software engineers: “We needed to be more agile”

Do you need to transform your business, deliver faster and better? Confused by all the buzz words and hype or how any of it can help you or your teams? We talked to JAX DevOps speakers Caroline Emmins and John Owen about how IBM changed its relationship with development from “them and us” to a collaborative DevOps partnership.

Taking Speedment for a spin

Creating database content with Java 8

Per Minborg, founder and CTO at the Speedment AB, reminisces about the old (Java) days when people were experimenting with Java and databases and paves the way for Speedment, the Java 8 Open Source project which can be used to extract Java code from existing database schemas without trouble and directly start coding applications.