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It’s a great time to learn something new. Technologies including the cloud, IoT, machine learning and virtual reality are reshaping entire industries and opening doors to innovations almost unimaginable a decade ago. Some of this is through new technology, and some represents existing technology used in new ways -- an example we recently discussed with the ever-increasing convergence of hardware and software.
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Hardware-software convergence, or how hardware and software systems are working more closely together, illustrates how each are empowering (and sometimes literally powering) the other. And in our current development environment, this is happening more than ever. Of course, deep technical skills will be of the utmost importance to navigate this technological trend, but it is also the soft skills we apply to our engineering practices that are as important in determining our success.
The beauty of developer boards like the DragonBoard™ 410c from Arrow Electronics is their adaptability, and we love hearing about all the different ways people are using them.
We selected Julian Dale and the team at Solstice as our Qualcomm® Developer Network Developer of the Month because of their use of the DragonBoard 410c as the hub for their edge facilities management solution in a proof of concept demo that was one of the first to showcase AWS Greengrass, which is only available in limited preview.
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