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The Internet of Things: Embedded Engineers, Are You Ready?

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elctrnx_lyf
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Networking of embedded
elctrnx_lyf   7/6/2013 10:51:37 PM
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The recent internet of things development definitely requires firmware enginners to learn the basic concepts of metworking and grow much familier with the protocols such tcp/ip and smtp.

anon9558580
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Change, The Phenomina
anon9558580   7/6/2013 1:05:39 AM
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interesting, but apart from Internet, Change is a phenomina..

similar changes might be observed in other industries..

Engineers, Take care..plan to handle..

(I am still using 8051, kept using upgraded versions, now LP6440..but it seems I have hit the wall, need to upgrade to ARM or the other..started evaluating ARM.) 

:-)

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