Windows Developer Program for IoT
We're bringing Windows to
a new class of small devices.
What will you make?
About the Windows Developer Program for IoT
Designed for developers
This is the first in a series of Internet of Things (IoT) programs for the creation of connected devices. This program is tailor-made for both makers and Windows developers entering into the IoT space.
Rapid hardware development
The accessibility of Arduino combined with the connectivity of Windows. Quickly iterate and expand on hardware and software designs using existing shields and sketches.
Windows platform with Visual Studio
Leverage the Windows platform and its diverse hardware ecosystem. Utilize familiar Win32 programming using best in-class development and debugging tools.
Connect with your fellow developers and share code contributions through GIT. Participate and influence subsequent releases of the SDK.
Learn how you can make great connected things and contribute back to the community.
Set up your Galileo board and get your project rolling.
Find a sensor, look at samples, or check out the project the community is building.
If you're not already a part of the program, sign up here.
Visit the Github repository for our open source implementation of the Arduino API set on Windows.
Post questions and see responses about this Developer Program on Stack Overflow.
Visit Wiring.org to find a description of the elements that constitute the Wiring framework.
Post questions and see responses about the Developer Program on the MSDN forums.
Listen in or contribute to the live community chat.
Review or submit bugs for Microsoft and the community at our Microsoft Connect site.
Watch videos of maker events and community projects.
Start developing applications for microcontroller-based devices.
Build intelligent systems to gather, store and analyze your organization’s data.
Learn about Intel Quark technologies for low-power small devices.
Join the Maker movement.