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Building Smart Home IoT Devices with the Google Cloud Platform

Part #1 — How to connect your first device to IoT Core

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Everything is getting connected. Even people who don’t really want to own connected devices are likely to have a few in their homes, because smart metering is popular and it’s hard to buy a TV that is not “smart” nowadays.
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Edoardo Nosotti

Edoardo Nosotti

Certified Cybersecurity Analyst and Senior Cloud Solutions Architect. Passionate about IoT, AI, ML and automation.

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