where can i buy furosemide water tablets It’s easier than ever to get started developing for the Internet of Things (IoT), said Microsoft .NET developer evangelist, Dave Glover.
“That whole bridge between inventing and the entrepreneur — someone who can take it to market — that whole gap is closing,” Glover said in a developer session today at the TechEd conference in Sydney.
Price is no longer a barrier to developing connected devices thanks to commoditization, he said.
“This stuff is getting as cheap as chips, no pun intended,” he said.
Microprocessors cost a $1 or less if you buy them in bulk, he said. Wi-Fi chips cost about $4.
Source:: Cloud Computing News (ComputerWorld)