In this video, Chris Briggs and Jeremy Cade sit down with IoT aficionado and Microsoft Azure MVP, Ilija Injac, to discuss the current state of Windows 10 IoT and the state of the Microsoft .Net Micro Framework.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

IoT Aficionados

Ilija injac has been working as professional freelancer for the last 15 years. He specializes on and is addicted to .NET. Ilija is also a Pluralsight author and is working on releasing a new course on Azure.

Ilija believes that the most important part of developing new experiences is to work with creative and outstanding people and to bring new, exciting ideas to life. He focuses on a ‘People First’ approach to software development.

Currently he is a senior developer for cloud-based solutions on Windows Azure for a young and uprising gaming company in Germany.

Chris Briggs is a Senior Software Developer, who heads up IoT at SSW​​. Based in Brisbane​, he's passionate about IoT, Scrum, Security, Windows Universal Apps and Xamarin. All the Devs at SSW have been asking Chris, what he thinks the Internet of Things will mean for their day to day lives? It ranges from the impossible to the improbable, from automating their coffee breaks, to telling them exactly when the next bus will arrive!

You can find Chris on Twitter and on his blog.

Jeremy Cade Senior Software Architect with SSW, for the last 15 years he has been specializing design and development of Web Services and Distributed and Parallel Systems.

You can find Jeremy on Twitter and on his blog What?.

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