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The Deep End Podcast Ep #13: From Prototype to Internet of Things with Muzzley

Posted: February 12, 20181 min read

A vision, a small prototype, and a PowerPoint presentation: that’s how Muzzley, a platform for interacting between Internet of Things (IoT) devices, was born three years ago. Today the Muzzley team works to solve a pain point for smart home consumers: managing their IoT devices from one interface, with minimum hassle. But they also place importance on transparency, privacy, and protecting their customers’ data.

In this episode, Muzzley co-founders, Domingo Bruges and Sasha Dewitt, discuss how Muzzley’s tech stack evolved to support a product that integrates with different vendors. They share insight into how they manage the data generated by consumer IoT devices, and how they approach consumer privacy and data production.

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Hollie Haggans heads up Global Partnerships for DigitalOcean’s Hatch program. She is passionate about startups and cold brew coffee. Get in touch with questions at hatch@digitalocean.com.

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