I’m Yash Sanghvi, an engineer working in the Internet of Things domain for the past 3 years. I live in Mumbai, India. I’ve worked on several stacks, including firmware, backend, frontend, data science, and visualization, all of which are necessary for an IoT system. Speaking of application areas, I’ve worked in Industrial IoT and Agri-IoT, and have some familiarity with home automation.
I love simplifying technical concepts and sharing my knowledge through technical writing. I strongly believe that the best way to understand something is to try and teach it to someone else. That is the primary reason for starting this blog.
I primarily contribute to this blog in my free time, during the weekends. While I can’t guarantee it, I try to publish at least one post every week.
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