Eclipse 2020 IoT developer survey is live

The IoT Developer Survey, by The Eclipse Foundation, is the industry’s largest developer survey. These surveys centralise useful, high-level information about the IoT industry for anyone to use. The goal of the survey is to present a better understanding of the IoT industry; the challenges developers face, and to provide insight into developer communities around […]

The Eclipse 2020 IoT developer survey is live

The IoT Developer Survey, by The Eclipse Foundation, is the industry’s largest developer survey. These surveys centralise useful, high-level information about the IoT industry. The goal of the survey is to present a better understanding of the IoT industry; the challenges developers face, and to provide insight into developer communities around the world.  Last year’s […]

Go for ROS

If you started reading this post thinking I would explain why you should go for ROS when building robots, think again. To be fair, that topic deserves a post of its own. But for this article, I’ll be using Go in the context of Golang. As in the Go programming language. As in the one […]

Kubernetes: a secure, flexible and automated edge for IoT developers

Cloud native software such as containers and Kubernetes and IoT/edge are playing a prominent role in the digital transformation of enterprise organisations. They are particularly critical to DevOps teams that are focused on faster software releases and more efficient IT operations through collaboration and automation. Most cloud native software is open source which broadens the […]

Jupyter looks to distro-agnostic packaging for the democratisation of installation

When users of your application range from high school students to expert data scientists, it’s often wise to avoid any assumptions about their system configurations. The Jupyter Notebook is popular with a diverse user base, enabling the creation and sharing of documents containing live code, visualisations, and narrative text. The app uses processes (kernels) to […]

Jupyter looks to distro-agnostic packaging for the democratisation of installation

When users of your application range from high school students to expert data scientists, it’s often wise to avoid any assumptions about their system configurations. The Jupyter Notebook is popular with a diverse user base, enabling the creation and sharing of documents containing live code, visualisations, and narrative text. The app uses processes (kernels) to […]