Michael Harvey, Principal Technical Writer, SAS
Michael Harvey is a Principal Technical Writer at SAS, serving as documentation project leader for the Internet of Things (IoT). Previously, Michael worked as a manager and a writer for EMC. He also teaches Information Architecture for the Duke Continuing Studies Technical Writing professional certificate program.
Michael has a BA in English and Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MA in Experimental Psychology from Duke University. He has served in various leadership positions for the Carolina chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) and has presented at local and international STC conferences. He was honored to be named an STC Fellow in 2011. As an instructor for the Durham Technical Community College Technical Writing program in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Michael worked to overhaul the curriculum, emphasizing the importance of developing technical curiosity and acquiring technical expertise.
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Intelligence at the Edge: Using SAS® with the Internet of Things
Edited by Michael Harvey
Intelligence at the Edge: Using SAS® with the Internet of Things is for anyone who wants to learn more about the rapidly changing field of IoT. Current practitioners explain how to apply SAS software and analytics to derive business value from the Internet of Things. Each chapter explores a different aspect of IoT, including the analytics life cycle, monitoring, deployment, geofencing, machine learning, artificial intelligence, condition-based maintenance, computer vision, and edge devices.
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