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                    The 10-Year Platform: Shutting Down KRE

                    The original pico engine, KRE, is no more. But the ideas and capabilities of the platform live on in the new pico engine.
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                    Reactive Programming Patterns: Examples from Fuse

                    Reactive programming requires new programming techniques and methods. This post describes common patterns in asynchronous reactive programming and gives examples from the open-source code base for the Fuse connected car platform. While the examples below are based on the pico platform, they are equally applicable to other Actor-based reactive programming platforms like Akka.
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                    Using the Scatter-Gather Pattern to Asynchronously Create Fuse Reports

                    This post describes how I used the scatter-gather pattern to move from a synchronous process for generating fleet reports to an asynchronous solution, avoiding some failures that were caused by load and short HTTP timeout values. The result is a system that is more reliable and scalable than the previous, request-based synchronous solution.
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                    Tesla is a Software Company, Jeep Isn't

                    The recent hacks of Jeep and Tesla provide a shining example what it means for every company to be a software company.
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                    Errors and Error Handling in KRL

                    A small tutorial on how KRL developers can use error events to monitor applications and find problems.
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                    New in Fuse: Notifications

                    Fuse now supports email and SMS notifications of vehicle alerts including low fuel, low battery, diagnostic trouble codes, and device connectivity.
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                    The End of Kynetx and a New Beginning

                    Last week, the Kynetx shareholders, on recommendation from the Board of Directors, voted to dissolve Kynetx. This article is about what comes next. The short answer is a new birth.
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                    Fuse, Kynetx, and Carvoyant

                    Shon Shah asked about the relationship between Fuse, Kynetx, and Carvoyant on the Fuse Forum. This blog post answers his questions.
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                    Fuse as an Experiment in Internet of Things Architectures

                    O'Reilly Media is hosting a Software Architecture Conference March 17-19 in Boston. This blog post is my proposal.
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                    The Quantified Car

                    Data changes behavior. Fuse shows you data about your car and can help you understand the facts about your driving and your cars.
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                    Fuse App Launches

                    Two important announcements about Fuse: the apps are available now and we've launched a forum for discussions around Fuse.
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                    Fuse with Two Owners

                    I recently did an experiment with supporting multiple owners in Fuse. This post describes how the introduction process works between the current and prospective owners and discusses some design principles that I learned about using subscriptions.
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                    Events, Picos, and Microservices

                    I spoke at Apistrat 2014 today in Chicago on the Fuse architecture and API. Here are my slides.
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                    Suggesting Changes to Google Places

                    This post explains how to update the categorization of a business in Google Places.
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                    Fuse Version 1 Candidate Release for 20140815

                    This blog post gives some highlights from the recent release candidate for Fuse version 1.
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                    Extending and Using Fuse

                    Fuse is the most open, extensible connected-car system available. Extensibility is the key to Fuse giving people better control over their data, being interoperable with a wide variety of services and things, and being able to adapt to future changes.
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                    What Happens to the Data

                    Metromile offers per-mile car insurance based on an OBD II device that plugs into the car and reports data about how the vehicle is used to the insurance company. This raises questions about where the data goes, how it's used, and who owns it. Even more important, it's a business model that promotes the creation of data silos.
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                    A Microservice for Healing Subscriptions

                    Here is a quick little microservice I wrote as a KRL rule to ensure that the vehicle has all the subscriptions it needs and fix them if need be. The simplicity illstrates why a microservices approach holds such promise for more loosely coupled systems.
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                    Idempotent Services and Guard Rules

                    The guard rule pattern provides a way to ensure services are idempotent even when their actions aren't. This post shows how to use guard rules in KRL.
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                    Fuse as a Microservice Architecture

                    Microservices provide a powerful pattern for programming picos with KRL. This post describes microservices and shows how we can view rules within the Fuse system as microservices for a vehicle. We give a detailed, technical example of microservice interaction within Fuse and of a specific rule.
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                    Fuse as a Model of the Vehicle Ecosystem

                    Fuse has been designed from the ground up to support relationships between the car and everything else in the vehicle ecosystem.
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                    Fuse is a Telemetrics Platform for Your Car: Trips on Your Calendar

                    Fuse is more than just a connected-car app. Fuse is a telemetrics platform for your car. This post shows how I was able to, in a few hours, create an iCalendar feed for the trips that my truck takes and automatically put them on my calendar. This illustrates why I believe calendars will be one of the key UI components of the Internet of Things.
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                    Substitutability is an Indispensable Property for the Internet of Things

                    Substitutability is a key feature of decentralized systems that give people real choice and build trust. The coming Internet of Things will be limited in what it can provide without it.
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                    Vehicles That Get Better Over Time

                    As software becomes a bigger and bigger part of everything, the rules have changed for manufacturers of durable goods. They will have to adapt to customers who expect things to be updated and fixed automatically. For car manufacturers, this means that if I don't feel like my car has gotten better in some ways, because the software in it has gotten better, you're going to lose me as a customer.
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                    10-4 Good Buddy! Vehicle to Vehicle Communication

                    V2V systems will soon be sending all kinds of information about your car to other cars and highway infrastructure. This raises legitimate privacy concerns as well as intriguing possibilities.
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                    Using jQuery Mobile and Backbone

                    I've updated a jQuery Mobile and Backbone.js tutorial I found online to use the latest versions of jQuery Mobile and Backbone.js.
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                    Auto Industry is Ground Zero in Technology Disruption

                    Chris Dixon and Marc Andreessen with Eric Ries talk about startups in this video from the Lean Startup Conference last December. They get into connected cars about 9 minutes in. They get into a discussion of industries being disrupted by technology. Marc calls the auto industry "ground zero" in this disruption cycle. Well worth watching.
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                    Life Simplified with Connected Devices

                    Kelly Flanagan's lab at BYU did a concept video to show how connected devices simplify life. My son Bradford did the screen writing.
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                    Intention Generation: Fuse and VRM

                    One of the most influential books I've read in the last several years is Doc Searls' Intention Economy. The concept is simple: customer demand is the source of commerce and yet business has done a poor job of finding ways to understand customer intention. Doc's ideas have given rise to a movement called vendor relationship management or VRM. The term is a play off of CRM, and leads to a key idea: customers need tools to manage their interactions with the people who sell them products and services. When I write about social products, I'm writing about one such
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                    Pico APIs: Events and Queries

                    A pico's API is not RESTful, rather it follows a pattern we might call Event-Query. KRL provides clear distinction in code for handling events and queries in a segregated manner. This has important implications for developers building picos and designing applications that use them.
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                    Kynetx Reboot

                    We've had a successful Kickstarter and now we've got a new CEO. Kynetx is ready to take off.
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                    Fuse Funds! Thank You and Next Steps

                    Our Kickstarter campaign for Fuse has ended successfully. This was an exhilarating experience. Thanks to everyone who participated.
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                    My Truck Turns On My Office Lights!

                    I've connected by Fuse device to my office by means of a simple rule. Now my office turns on whenever I pull into the parking lot. This post describes how.
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                    Fuse Update: Free Data Service for Kickstarter Backers

                    We've figured out a way to include the data charge in the price of the Fuse device for our Kickstarter backers if we can reach a stretch goal of $75000.
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                    Persistent Compute Objects and the Fabric of Cyberspace

                    Persistent Computer Objects, or picos, give rise to a new way to build internet-based applications to separates app and user data. Users control their own picos and thus the data and processing on them. This presentation describes what picos are, the new programming model they support, and shows Fuse, a sample application built using this new model.
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                    Fuse and Open APIs

                    Fuse will have an open API from the start, making it a powerful, connected-car platform for developers who want to build applications that need data from the car.
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                    How is Fuse Different?

                    Fuse isn't the only connected-car product on the market, but it has several unique features that set it apart from the rest. This post outlines some of those important distinctions.
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                    Fuse: Connecting Your Car - Our New Kickstarter Campaign

                    Fuse is a new product that connects your car to the rest of your life. Here's the backstory on what we expect for Fuse and the Kickstarter campaign.
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                    Mounting Remote Filesystems Using SSH and Fuse

                    Paul Figgiani, the Senior Audio Engineer at IT Conversations, sent me a link to a program called ExpanDrive, that allows you to mount any remote directory to which you have SSH access on your Mac. The cost: $39. ExpanDrive is based on MacFUSE, an extension which extends OS X's native file handling capabilities to programs in user space (that is, outside of the kernel). I first heard about this when Scott and I interviewed Amit Singh on IT Conversations. Amit is probably the world's leading expert on OS X internals and the creator of MacFUSE. Because
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