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MQTT: Building an Open Internet of Things

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The "Internet of Things" (IoT) is all about physical objects being able to communicate with each other. It may be that your home mailbox can tell you that new mail has arrived, windows know that it is raining and close themselves, or your washing machine knows that somebody just got in the shower and pauses itself temporarily. The MQ Telemetry Transport MQTT is an open protocol that allows devices to publish and subscribe to messages.

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