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on 5 April 2015
Very thorough, covers everything from Web, PHP, C/C++ through to connections with embedded kit, such as Arduino.

Since this 2nd edition (2011), things have advanced at an even higher rate than since the 1st edition - the online community is now incredible.

However, there is also a lot of information, some confusing and conflicting, so this book is a good place to start and acts as a good reference tool also.

Just be aware that some of the suppliers and kit may no longer be available (though improved alternatives will probably be available instead!).

An easy read, clear design. Might be useful in part for basics within GCSE Computing (PHP, HTML, Apache, C/C++).

Let's hope there's a 3rd edition in the future...
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on 16 April 2016
Very good all round book for connecting devices to the internet. Also covers the fundamentals of networking, including LAN, wifi, bluetooth, mobile communications and how to get ur microcontroller project to communicate to your remote devices/vice versa and the basic layers of communication of the OSI model!!! Great buy!! Very good for newcomers to the world of Internet of Things IOT
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on 21 January 2013
Want to do something meaningful with Arduino, and understand what you're doing? Then this is probably the book for you...
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on 28 October 2014
I have only managed to read a page but the plan is to go through everything and hopefully get my fingers dirty with internet of things, assuming I do not run out of cash (most likely outcome)
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