Here is my friend, Thomas Roemer of Avaya, with another demonstration of IoT in action. In this video, he is running my IoT workflow tasks (plus several others I created) from the Avaya CPaaS cloud platform (formerly known as Zang). Cool stuff!
I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now… Joni Mitchell It wasn’t that long ago that ownership was everything. I bought CDs for music and DVDs for movies. I went to bookstores for the hottest summer reading. I filled a filing cabinet drawer with disks to install TurboTax, Photoshop, Windows and Mac operating systems, and […]
I was very excited to see that one of the winners at the Enterprise Connect TADHack-mini used my Zang IoT software! That’s pretty darn cool!
Do you have a great idea for an IoT application, but don’t know the first thing about programming and have no interest in learning a programming language? The Avaya Breeze and Zang drag-and-drop workflow designer tools allow you to visualize your idea and with a few mouse clicks, go from concept to a powerful, enterprise-grade […]
I’ll admit it. This is more of a personal plug than a blog article. Still, it’s okay to pat oneself on the back every so often, right? Zang issued a press release this week and among other things, it speaks of the IoT software I have been writing. The icing on the cake is a […]
For most of my professional life, I have been a nuts and bolts programmer. I began with a very obscure programming language called PLM, made my way over to C++, and for the last several years, I’ve written nearly everything in Java. While I am comfortable programming at that level, I am the first to […]
It was almost exactly one year ago that I first wrote about Zang in my article, Zang from the Inside Out. While I was impressed with its comprehensive and innovative web services interfaces, I’ve moved beyond that. These days I want the power of those web services, but I’ve been spoiled by the drag-and-drop programming […]
Here’s a little something I posted on TalkingPointz. Despite the fact that I wasn’t born in Missouri, I am very much a “show me” kind of a guy. Abstract technology only excites me so much and I need to touch, see, or hear something before I’m convinced it truly is a better mousetrap. In a […]
When I was a kid growing up in the 1960’s, the big question of the day was “Mary Ann or Ginger?” Being the fairly wholesome, innocent child that I was, my answer was always the same – Mary Ann. Ginger certainly had her appeal (which grew as I got older), but Mary Ann was the […]