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HiveMQ Cloud, part 3 — Sending sensor data from Raspberry Pi Pico to HiveMQ Cloud

In the previous two posts in this series, we used Java on the Raspberry Pi mini-computer to send sensor data to HiveMQ Cloud, and visualize it on a dashboard.

Now we are going to add some more data to our messaging system with another member of the Raspberry Pi family: the…

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