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Eclipse foundation: IoT developer survey

The third annual IoT Developer Survey, hosted by Eclipse IoT has just been launched. In previous years it has provided interesting insights about how developers are building IoT solutions, for example – did you know that 73% of people use Linux to develop their IoT projects? – Canonical is pleased to support this initiative once again!

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