Two months ago, we made the claim that IoT needs a new programming language. That was not a light statement. It was backed by 3 years of heads-down innovation on a fundamental technology: TQL (Thing Query Language).
Next month, we will see TQLers’ submitting IoT projects from all over the globe for the TQLOne Competition.
Imagine learning a foreign language. Before you become proficient, you are invited to join a poetry contest, against the native speakers. What would happen?
In fact, your poem would win for its creativity, albeit with a few spelling errors!!