Teaching Women Who Code How to Connect the Internet of Things – February 4, 2015

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“Not Your Father’s Platform – How to Connect the Internet of Things” was the subject of a joint presentation Laurie Lamberth and Allison Jones, Software Engineer for machineshop.io, gave to the Denver/Boulder chapter of Women Who Code (WWC) on February 3, 2015.  WWC is a non-profit organization hosts technical study groups, demos, hackathons and . . . → Read More: Teaching Women Who Code How to Connect the Internet of Things – February 4, 2015

Not Your Father’s Platform: M2M/IoT Platforms Evolve — Connected World Magazine, January 2015

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2015 stands to be a great year for all of us — I hope — and this outcome seems certain for the developers of several hot new platforms for M2M and the Internet of Things. The four new-school platforms I review in my January/February 2015 column in Connected World Magazine which blur the bright line I drew in my column between device management and application enablement platforms. . . . → Read More: Not Your Father’s Platform: M2M/IoT Platforms Evolve — Connected World Magazine, January 2015

Make Your Platform Hold Up: Laurie Lamberth Interviewed in M2M Magazine, September 2009

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M2M Magazine called on Laurie Lamberth’s expertise in the device management platform segment of the mobile industry, with an interview included in their September/October 2009 article “Make Your Platform Hold Up.” Drawing on her seven years’ experience in connected device management and management platforms, Lamberth discusses why device management platforms are critical to a mass market play, and how to go about selecting one. . . . → Read More: Make Your Platform Hold Up: Laurie Lamberth Interviewed in M2M Magazine, September 2009