I became interested in modern programming languages on small devices during my PhD studies under Prof. Niklaus Wirth. As a founder of Oberon microsystems I was involved in various industry projects, from building a power-plant monitoring system to creating a real-time Java operating system (a bootable runtime like NETMF today, but compiled and with deterministic reaction times).
My interests center on the very small meeting the very large: microcontrollers that talk to compute clouds in Web of Things applications. In particular, I am interested in programming models that are easy to use, and allow the creation of maintainable, robust, and deterministic software across all devices involved in a Web of Things application.
I am living in Zürich, Switzerland. I can be reached at email@example.com.
- Getting Started with the Internet of Things (O'Reilly, www.gsiot.info)
- IT-Architektur - Grundlagen, Konzepte und Umsetzung (Monsenstein und Vannerdat, www.it-architektur.info)