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IOT with the Intel Edison using Node.js - New Toronto Group

IOT with the Intel Edison using Node.js

| January 19th, 2016 by Sean Hopen

Since I last blogged about IOT I've had a chance to work with a new platform, the Intel Edison. Intel invited me to attend an Edison hackathon at Project: SPACES OWL , and on a whim I attended. I liked it so much I recommended it to a client and they decided to upgrade one of their products with it.  There are a lot of things I like about the Edison, in particular, a delightful experience with Node.js,…

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Retooling for HTML5 Development [Part 1] - New Toronto Group

Retooling for HTML5 Development [Part 1]

| January 12th, 2016 by Rod Nolan

So the books are closed on 2015 and 2016 lies before us like a blank canvas. I must admit that, while I've never been a fan of New Year's resolutions, there's something about the beginning of a new year that gets me fired up! How do you plan to fill your canvas this year? What kind of picture do you want to paint? For me, the last few years have been pretty full with a constant and steady stream of billable work. While this is a great problem to have, a full schedule presents unique challenges when it comes to keeping your skills sharp and current. So, call it an informal resolution, but my goal is to knock off some of the moss that's been gathering on my toolkit. As I retool for HTML5 development, I plan to share the neat and interesting parts of that journey with you. And this article represents the first step.

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