IoT Writer of the Year


These amazing writers have helped us understand the technologies and applications within Internet of Things.

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  • Jeremy Morgan

    Jeremey is an author for Pluralsight with a wide range of tech experienced focused on Software Development and Integration. He has spent much of his career divided between Linux development and .NET Development, as well as some Front End work. He mostly developed backend applications for enterprise.

  • John Kinsella

    John has been coding since he first got a Commodore Vic 20 in the 80s. He has worn sysadmin, penetration testing, security consulting, engineering management, and startup founder hats. His interest in the security of IOT has been brewing for about two years. IOT, microcontrollers, and robotics draw him in because of the physical aspect - so much of what we do is intangible that it's nice to touch something we are working on...

  • Phoebe Chubb

    Great insights on the role of IoT on Science, in particular during this pandemic period

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