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rick merritt
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Bring your questions
rick merritt   11/18/2013 11:02:53 AM
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I hope you can bring your questions to the chat...and I hope they can answer them in 140 characters!

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DrFPGA   11/18/2013 3:38:05 PM
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Security is the area I'm very interested in. Not sure thet can answer this is 140 characters, but maybe they can give some pointers to any security standards they see as most likely to be included- or the challenges the IoT will bring that current standards don't address...

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rick merritt   11/19/2013 12:47:49 AM
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@Dr FPGA: Yeah that may be a two-Tweet answer ;-)

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nagarajat   11/22/2013 12:57:21 AM
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Hi,

 

looking forward to the twitter chat with them. 

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How will this work?
Charles.Desassure   11/19/2013 1:12:24 PM
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This is very good.  But yes, more detail information is required.  I reviewed the website, but still I am trying to determine how this will work.   Look forward to the chat on Friday.

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Caleb Kraft   11/19/2013 1:26:05 PM
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Yeah, this one should be interesting, I'm looking forward to it too.

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Re: How will this work?
lherr   11/22/2013 12:55:42 PM
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Hi Charles,

You just need to log in to twitter and follow this link to see the chat:

https://twitter.com/eetimes/timelines/400345247395237889

If you want to participate, just write tweets as normal and include the hashtag #EETChat to the end of your tweets. 

Example tweet: What an awesome chat! #EETChat

The hashtag will enable us to filter your tweet out as part of the convo and it will be posted onto the twitter timeline.

Hope that helps!  :)

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Going on now
Susan Rambo   11/22/2013 2:22:19 PM
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