25 Feb 2012

I’ve been working with MQTT for 5 years now. In that time I’ve learnt a thing or two about how it can be used in all manner of scenarios. With the opening up of the protocol and the growing community around it, I find questions coming up on the mailing list that remind me how I’ve taken some of what I’ve learnt for granted.

Some of that ends up on the wiki, but there are a number of things I want to write about in a longer format that I’ve decided to post here.

If there’s something in particular you’re interested in, leave a comment or post it to the mailing list.

Yes, this is another thread of content to bolster my output here, but there’s nothing wrong with that.

I’ll update this post with links to the articles as they appear. You can find all of my MQTT related posts, new or old, here.

  1. Andy PiperFebruary 26, 2012

    One of the nice things about having you around in the community, Nick, is that you do have such a deep background in the protocol – so, thanks so much for your responses on the mailing list and wiki. As you say, it’s interesting to realise how much we take for granted when we have a background with something, so it’s great to find that the history and “unknown, known conventions” are being teased out by the newcomers!

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