The Internet of Things is built on MicroServices. MicroServices also compose other systems, and should compose every system in a business.
In this talk, I'll begin with a short bit about the business benefits you get when you use IOT and MicroServices.
Second I'll move into the reasons you should reject Object-Oriented Programming outright.
Third I'll talk about the programming concepts of Service-Oriented Architecture.
Lastly I'll show actual code and application of Service-Oriented Programming in an IOT and MicroService Ecosystem.
Steven (Fletch) has been developing web and desktop applications mainly in C++, C#, and .NET since the mid 90's. PvP Networking and Level Design for DooM, Duke Nukem, and Wolfenstein almost 30 years ago is what sparked an interest in IT. Since then, Fletch has contributed or built systems in many industries including Military, Local Government, Healthcare, Oil and Gas, Finance, and more. It began with DooM and Zelda fan sites, evolved into organizational applications for the US Navy, local government websites, local business websites, and then culminated into the establishment of WebFletch in 2007. Since 2007, Fletch has worked toward expertise in, what he calls; SOLID, Test-Driven, Service-Oriented Architectures with MicroServices. Businesses can hire Fletch for Service-Oriented training, or you can sometimes see him speak at local User Meetups or Conferences.