Aloha! Chances are that you did not miss me at all, but I am back from long time being absent and this drives me freaking happy. As much passion as I have had for the IoT when I started this blog, the merrier I gravitated around cloud architectures for the past year or so.
Couple of months ago, your favorite Internet of Things website, err.. IoTMonkey, was born. The initial idea for this website was to be a travel blog covering my endeavor in the world of internet of things. It became a place where I am not only logging my journey around IoT events, but try to spread knowledge.
It has been a while, please beg my absence. Some unforeseen circumstances were preventing me from my usual operations. But now I’m back. And I am on a winning streak!
It has been a month since I have launched the IoT Monkey blog. It was a crazy month – I have travelled around Europe, attended couple of different events related to the Internet of Things and I have even enrolled myself into the #IOT360 blog contest.
I am digging deeply in the Internet of Things for the past year or so. I can easily call myself a professional with a lot of expertise in the field of technology, talk for hours about sensors, actuators, wires and stuff. But I will not.
As I have been stretching my fingers to polish my #iot360 blog contest essay, I decided to take a little break and share some of my thoughts regarding the last event I have attended. If you have followed, you know that I talk for #IoTSC2014.
Last week, as I have been taking my daily dose of sun at one of the panoramic terraces at the Castle of Lerici, I got hit over Twitter by Charalampos Doukas (@BuildingIoT). He suggested that I participate in the IOT360 blog contest and I immediately considered it.
The SenZations summer school is over and after spending 24 wonderful hours with my family in Milan, I am already on the train to Lerici, Italy. There I will attend the Internet of Things and Smart Cities Ph.D. school. Now that the train departs from the gorgeous Milano Centrale, I have couple of hours to […]
On my way to the Internet of Things and Smart Cities Ph.D. School in Lerici, Italy I am having a little pit stop. I have just arrived at Milan and tomorrow I am going to the F1 race at Monza with my spouse. I admit I know nothing about F1 rules, but I spent a lot of time learning […]
Well, I am not actually speaking of the godly creatures that some believe are up there in the sky. I would like to refer more of the guys with cash that are likely to invest in the next big thing, which might happen to be your idea.