DevTalks Cluj 2017: Karina Popova about C# and IoT

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After a successful event in 2016, Karina Popova is again invited to be part of the DevTalks Romania in Cluj this year. Karina is working as DevOps and is one of the top speakers about the Internet of Things (IoT). This time in Cluj, she will have a presentation about using C# and IoT for solving communication problems  within the IoT context.

DevTalks Cluj 2017: Karina Popova about C# and IoT

SInce IoT solves the problems for communication points which software architectures try to solve for many years: distributed computing. Different machines, trying to communicate with each other as well as with different devices and microcomputers. As a result, these devices can report their status and interact with the environment. For these smaller devices, for example, Arduino or Raspberry Pi, C# could replace Java. Due to last trends, Karina’s talk will deliver some insights how to build an IoT device with C# and cellular connectivity.

DevTalks Cluj is part of the DevTalks events series. It takes places over the whole year all over Europe. Therefore different speakers from different branches are invited to talk about their experiences, including the new developments in the field of IoT.

How can C# help you with your IoT devices? If you want to know the answer, you should better come to listen to Karina’s speech. Especially relevant for beginners in IoT with the C# background.

Take your chance and listen to Karina Popova!

Embedded C# in IoT
Karina Popova / LINK Mobility GmbH
15:45 – 16:15, May 17th
Grand Hotel Italia
CLUJ NAPOCA


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