Internet of Things

January 22, 2017
In recent times, the Internet of Things is ubiquitous and is now a popular domain in the developer community. According to research by Statista, there are 6.21 million developers working in IoT and 5.36 million developers planning to work in IoT in next 6 months. If you want to get started in IoT and are […]
Webinar Date: January 24, 2017
HackerEarth is pleased to announce its next webinar on healthcare, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world. Agenda of this webinar would include: - KONE, History, Event outline - Enabling Innovation by Integrations through KONE API - Using Bluemix platform to build your product. Innovation is […]
Webinar Date: January 25, 2017
HackerEarth is pleased to announce its next webinar on healthcare, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world. About the webinar: Healthcare in India is 100B$ market growing at a 22.9% CAGR and this sector became the fifth largest employer in 2015, both in terms of direct […]
December 30, 2016
In 1995, JavaScript emerged as programming language to create web pages. Brendan Eich developed JavaScript with syntax similar to C, but nobody believed that JavaScript would play a major role in development of commercial softwares. In 1997, JavaScript was made a standard through ECMA international. But what gave the required firepower to JavaScript from breaking […]
December 29, 2016
2017 is round the corner and it's time to build a checklist of New Year resolutions. And I am sure one resolution is common among all the IoT developers, i.e, contributing to open source IoT projects. If you are looking for interesting open source IoT projects to contribute to, I have compiled a list of […]
December 21, 2016
In  2011, Lucy Zhang, Ben Davenport and Jon Perlow joined Facebook and started building the Facebook messenger. A major hurdle in their endeavor was long latency when sending a message. The method that they were using to send messages was reliable but slow. They were also able to optimize it to a certain extent. A […]
December 7, 2016
On March 11, 2011, the most intense earthquake in Japanese history hit its north east coast — magnitude 9.0. The earthquake was so powerful that it severely damaged buildings, road, and rail infrastructure in Tokyo, which was 373 km away from the epicenter. This was an undersea megathrust earthquake. Fifty minutes after the earthquake, tsunami waves […]
November 22, 2016
The power of Open Source is the power of the people.  The people rule                                                               - Philippe Kahn (the creator of world’s first camera phone) […]
November 11, 2016
I have been to quite a few IoT conferences, informal meetups, and listened to webinars and podcasts. During the Q & A or networking sessions, the questions that are most commonly asked by most attendees are about the security and interoperability of IoT devices. These concerns are genuine considering the recent Distributed Denial of Service […]
October 28, 2016
In  the previous article, we studied the basic structure of Arduino programming with examples. Now, in this article let’s look at a few more Arduino programming concepts like the following: if statement if else statement for loop while loop do while loop pinMode digitalRead digitalWrite analogRead analogWrite if statement The “if” statement is a conditional […]