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MQ Telemetry Transport is a protocol designed particularly with the Internet of Things in mind - it's small, lightweight, and works well over unreliable or low-bandwidth networks. Andy Piper will present an overview of where MQTT came from, how to use it, and the many places in which it is already being used.
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Andy Piper is widely known as a Social Bridgebuilder and speaker, and is a Consulting IT Specialist working for IBM Software Group, based in the UK. His "day job" is as WebSphere Messaging Community Lead and he has spent the past couple of years talk