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john cristy

Thanks for sharing the valuable content it is very useful to all the aspirants of IoT !

BS Rajpal

A very well written summary.Informative,lucid and logical.

jacob rane

Good write up. The writer almost covered all the important points on the internet of things. Very informative!


Thanks for sharing the 7 principles of IOT. I just bookmarked your article and it's very useful

Jack Ring

Will the IoT introduce the next version of Lanchesters's Law and Metcalf's Law, notably that a participant exposure to latent faults will increase as the square of the number of software module involved in any given thread?
Is the iic paying enough attention to the effects of less than Zero-fault software?

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