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This morning while having my morning coffee I watched this video presentation on my iPad.

Connecting Applications Everywhere with ActiveMQ / JBoss A-MQ

It's a 45 minute presentation by Rob Davies, who is working in the JBoss Fuse team. In Rob's talk he gives a rundown of ActiveMQ and JBoss A-MQ and how its multi-protocol support enables the 'internet of things' by connecting anything together. In the last 10 to 15 minutes of the talk, Rob dives a live demo (see screenshot), where he is using a micro-controller to capture the sound and send the data over wifi to his laptop using MQTT.  He then bridges over AMPQ and eventually to an HTML5 client using WebSocket.

It's a really good presentation and demo. It was a great start to my day watching this presentation.

If you notice from the demo, Rob uses the Apache ActiveMQ 5.8.0 release out of box.

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