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Internet Of Things: Creativity, Innovation & The Internet of Things IOT World

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Internet Of Things: Creativity, Innovation & The Internet of Things IOT World

  1. 1. Creativity, Innovation & the Internet of Things Reid Carlberg Senior Director, Developer Evangelism @ReidCarlberg
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  5. 5. A Couple of Free Weeks in 2011… Kicked off my own personal Internet of Things journey. Original Blog + =+
  6. 6. …Dreamforce Connected Device Lab! Great partners, hands on sessions, hundreds of devices, developers galore. Blog.
  7. 7. Play Inspires Creativity Consumer products are becoming hyper connected, great examples of potential.
  8. 8. Prototyping Nurtures Creativity Leading enterprise cloud platform integrates devices into your business processes. Quadcopters 3D Printers LED Lightbulbs Kiosk With iBeacon, Heroku & Salesforce1 Building Management Automation with Salesforce1
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  10. 10. Michael Raynor & Mumtaz Ahmed (Deloitte), “3 Rules for Success”, HBR April 2013 Study of 25k+ Companies Reveals
  11. 11. #1 Pick a Great Use Case Avoid the trivial, focus on things that matter, drive better outcomes. Coffee Copter New England BiolabsSafecast Blog
  12. 12. #1 Pick a Great Use Case Avoid the trivial, focus on things that matter, drive better outcomes. Coffee Copter New England BiolabsSafecast Blog X
  13. 13. #2 Awesome User Experience “Doesn’t Suck” not enough. Technology should disappear. Why require a phone? Good: No buttons! Weird: Tapping? Gateway: Phone.
  14. 14. #3 Community & Collaboration People value interacting around shared contexts. Data, product or transaction centric.
  15. 15. #4 Developer Experience Remix adds value. Standards based, modern APIs make remix easy.
  16. 16. #5 The Right Data in the Right Place Humans can’t parse “Big Data”. Process complex streams into actionable insights. “Call the customer.” X
  17. 17. #6 Non-technical Integration Government regulations still matter. Partner with domain experts early.
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  19. 19. Very Active Space Salesforce1 Platform drives connected device success for customers and partners.
  20. 20. Google Glass, Android Wear, Samsung Gear 2, Myo, Nymi, Pebble – Open Source Dev Packs
  21. 21. Get to Know the Body of Knowledge Lots of interesting stuff happening and smart people are doing great stuff! Thing Monk on YouTube ThingsCon on YouTube SolidCon – Super Interesting IOT World (Palo Alto) Salesforce Developers
  22. 22. Thank You! Blog: Twitter: @ReidCarlberg Linked In: in/ReidCarlberg Email: