IDF15 Preview: Sizzling Hot IoT Events at Intel’s Biggest Party of the Year

DAVID MCKINNEY | March 1, 2016

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Yes, there will be robots. There may even be a dance off. Anything is possible. In less than 24 hours, visionary coders, extraordinary makers, and inspirational creators will join forces at IDF15 in San Francisco, Intel’s premier event for developers and their champions taking place at the Moscone Center Aug. 18-20. As the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) takes shape, it’s clear that the evolution of Moore’s Law, and collaboration between information technology and operations is key to expanding how we experience the world around us. IDF15 is the premiere tech event of the year where Intel IoT ecosystem collaborators cross paths.

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