Inventor | Makertorium Ltd
I am an inventor, engineer, writer and presenter. Other stuff: Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor of Engineering: Creativity and Communication at Brunel University London; Founder of the Guild of Makers (www.guildofmakers.org); Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and have a PhD in bubbles; Judge on BBC Robot Wars.
This article describes use patterns that experienced MQTT application developers often adopt. It brings together some best practices that are often found in code, passed on verbally, or held in the minds of experienced MQTT practitioners.
The concepts behind the Internet of Things (IoT). Why a low cost, credit-card sized computer called a Raspberry Pi, the MQTT messaging protocol and Node-RED - a visual flow programming language - are the ideal tools for building your own IoT device.
MQTT is a messaging system for the Internet of Things. It makes it easy to get your Things connected using a widely used, standardised protocol. This article explains the important parts, what it is, how to use it and why it was developed.
Technology that is used in getting broadband to our houses is also being used to develop more accurate atomic clocks for use in space.
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Watch stand-up comedian Bec Hill in Virtual Reality – available from Friday November 8th, 2019.
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Robot Dinosaurs. (That's all you need to know!)
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A whimsical view of what life will be like when we are all augmented...
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Quantum stuff is really weird. Accept that and you too can program a quantum computer. WARNING - requires knowledge of Python.