A 20-something year veteran of the tech industry, Andy is Director of Slalom Consulting’s Global IoT capability and an Adjunct Faculty at Northeastern University, where he teaches in the College of Engineering’s Cyber Physical Systems program. His course, Connected Devices, is largely taught from his O’Reilly Media book, Programming the Internet of Things, which provides an introduction to building edge-to-cloud IoT ecosystems.
What the BEAM brings to the world of devices and why, sooner or later, you need to care.
According to Fortune Business insights: The global internet of things market is estimated to rise from USD 478.36 billion in 2022 to USD 2465.26 billion by 2029 [iot_growth], with a global economic impact estimated at $11.1 Trillion dollars by 2025. A compound annual growth rate of 26.4% — or — 7 IoT devices for every person on earth.
Fear not, intrepid programmer! Erlang, Elixir, and the BEAM are uniquely positioned to tackle problems at this scale using the techniques and technologies we use every day. Join us for an in-depth discussion on why the BEAM is the correc VM at the right time to meet the challenge of managing devices at global IoT scale.
Frank Hunleth - Embedded systems engineer, Co-Author of The Nerves Project, Author of “Build a Binary Clock with Elixir and Nerves”
Bruce Tate - Elixir Educator, Author and Editor; Founder of Grox.IO, Author of “Build a Binary Clock with Elixir and Nerves”
Amos King - CEO at Binary Noggin, Elixir Outlaw podcast agitator, Man with Cat jokes
Boyd - Founder Kry10 secure platform, author of Senic, Ex-Microsoft and the reason you lost years of your live to XBox live