How Azure IoT helped me buy a new house – Part 4 – Azure IoT Hub

In the fourth post of his series, Premier Developer Consultant Steve St Jean expands on how Azure IoT helped him buy a new home. He goes into detail about how to configure within the Azure IoT Hub. In the first part of this series, I described the problem I was having, my hypothesis as to…


How Azure IoT helped me buy a new house – Part 3 – ESP8266 Code

In the third post of his series, Premier Developer Consultant Steve St Jean expands on how Azure IoT helped him buy a new home. He goes into detail about writing the code for the sensor rig to send telemetry data to Azure IoT Hub. In the first part of this series, I described the problem…


How Azure IoT helped me buy a new house – Part 2 – Electronics

In the second post of his series, Premier Developer Consultant Steve St Jean expands on how Azure IoT helped him buy a new home. He goes into detail about developing the IoT sensor rig. In the first part of this series, I described the problem I was having, my hypothesis as to the source of…


How Azure IoT helped me buy a new house – Part 1

Premier Developer Consultant, Steve St Jean, shares a personal story on how he used Azure IoT to figure out a solution to a problem that many of us face – high electric bills. In the series, Steve shares the process and code that he used to implement this solution. Telemetry data is an important component…


Creating Azure IoT Edge Custom Modules in C# – send and receive data from IoT Hub

This post is from Premier Developer consultant Mark Taylor. This article assumes a basic understanding of the functionality of Azure IoT Edge.  If you don’t have this, start with the official documentation: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/campaigns/iot-edge/. The current Azure IoT Edge samples for .Net are great, but they do not (as of the time of this writing) demonstrate…

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Qualcomm Developer of the Month: PSfD Consultant Joe Healy

This past January, Premier Developer consultant Joe Healy traveled to Las Vegas along with his team from Tampa, Florida to participate in the 2016 AT&T Developer Summit Hackathon.  After 40 brutal hours of work (with no sleep, on his “vacation” time), Joe and his team won the $25,000 grand prize with their home healthcare solution…

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AzureCon 2015 – What’s New in Azure for Developers

Pete Fuenfhausen, Senior ADM, shares highlights from AzureCon 2015 and what it means for developers. Microsoft held its first virtual Azure Conference, AzureCon 2015, on September 29, 2015, and what an event it was! From Scott Guthrie’s kickoff keynote to deep technical sessions to customer and partner stories from companies as varied as Docker and Mesosphere…


BUILD 2015: Day 1 and Keynote Highlights

It may take some time to process all of the game changing announcements that came out of the BUILD keynote today. If you missed it, be sure and check out the on-demand recording here. Satya framed up the road forward to build an intelligent cloud, reinvent productivity and business processes, and create a more personal…


Part 3: Supportability and the Internet of Things

Mark Taylor, Premier Services Senior Consultant and David S. Lipien, Director in Microsoft’s Premier Services present a 3 part installment on the internet of things (IoT).  For this third and final part, we also strongly collaborated with Carroll Moon a Microsoft Senior Service Management Architect for Cloud. Part 1 of the IoT series was a…