About Me

DotNet Artisan, a technical blog on Microsoft technologies, is maintained by Subhendu De. He is a consultant, developer, speaker, father and blogger with 10+ years of professional experience. He has delivered solutions that range from products to enterprise e-commerce application, Azure and IoT application for worldwide customers. He is also MCP, MCTS, MCPD and ITIL certified. He is an active member in the .NET community and give technical presentations on Microsoft Azure across different workshops and user groups. He has received C# Corner Most Valuable Professional(MVP) award in 2010 and 2014. You can reach him at subhendu.de@hotmail.com

 Certifications
  • Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions
  • PRO – Designing and Developing Windows Azure Applications
  • MCTS .NET Framework 4, Service Communication Applications
  • ITIL V3
  • MCPD – ASP.NET Developer 3.5
  • MCTS .NET 3.5 – Windows Presentation Foundation
  • MCTS .NET 3.5 – ASP.NET Application Development
  • MCTS .NET 2.0 – Web Based Client Development
  • MCTS .NET 2.0 – Windows Based Client Development
  • MCTS .NET 2.0 – Distributed Application Development
  • MCTS .NET 2.0 – SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence

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        1. You can install Windows 10 IoT Core in Galileo board using this link https://www.hackster.io/pooja_baraskar/windows-iot-with-intel-galileo-b9a3c7 and start writing UWP to send the sensor data to Azure IoT Hub.
          Alternatively you can also keep Linux distro in Galileo board and write C/Java/Node.js program to send the sensor data to Azure IoT Hub. All the Azure IoT Hub service SDKs are available in Github with samples. Check this link
          https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/documentation/articles/iot-hub-sdks-summary/

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