IoT: A profitable investment?

IoT: A profitable investment?

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IoT: A profitable investment?

on Off-Topic at Apr 12, 2016 13:50

Here you have an article written by Tim Chou, he is a really important person on the software industry, and wrote a few books about it (The End Of Software, 2004) This time he writes about the more than probably revolution of the Iot, the internet of things, and how it will change the world and the software business. Maybe you should think about investing on it.....Take a look and decide by yourself.

Here the article:


Re: IoT: A profitable investment?

on Off-Topic at Apr 14, 2016 11:10

We've talked about it earlier here:

Re: IoT: A profitable investment?

on Off-Topic at May 05, 2019 09:32

Bitcoin is the way to go if you are looking for big returns in the future then yes. But you should know what you are you doing and know responsibility, because you'll be the single responsible for your money and everything you do with it. Read a lot before investing. This can help
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