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Author: Rabih Nassar

Matthew Rotholz talks about Future Electronics, the IoT market and the relationship with scriptr.io

In our second edition of the scriptr.io interviews, we enjoy a candid discussion with Matthew Rotholz, Future Electronics’ Corporate Vice President responsible for Future Connectivity Solutions. We discuss the company’s history & value proposition, the relationship with scriptr.io, the state of the IoT market & challenges customers are facing and his expectations & predictions for the future. Future Electronics is a major player in IoT and one of the largest global distributors of Electronic Components. Present in 44 countries, FE represents 100s of manufacturers and service providers to tens of thousands of customers. In addition, the company offers a...

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SXSW 2015 Recap

Each year Austin, Texas hosts the SXSW Interactive trade show which gathers the brightest minds, up-and-coming technologies, and industry leaders to showcase and share their creative technology ideas. This year we had the great pleasure of being invited to share a booth with Kinoma create  to launch our new scripting engine, scriptr.io, and share our new idea with the world. The Kinoma create is gaining notoriety quickly. It’s a pro‑developer experience that integrates hardware, software, and tools conceived expressly to be powerful, approachable, and fast. 3 Days of Demos scriptr.io was demoed for 3 days to a great number of people. Everyone was able to...

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Hello Device!

IoT devices are usually constrained with limited processing capability and memory making it impossible to code complex integrations and business logic inside the device. These tasks are typically delegated to back-end servers and exposed to the device via API. Centralizing code provides another important advantage, as it can be updated as frequently as needed without having to touch any of the deployed devices, making maintenance, bug fixing and product software updates much cheaper. Building the back-end from scratch and having to maintain the plethora of components (application, database, messaging etc.) and to manage the lifecycle (deployments, scaling, backup, upgrades...

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