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CloudEXPO | DevOpsSUMMIT | DXWorldEXPO New York 2018
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Tuesday, November 13 • 1:00pm - 1:40pm
Practical IoT Development for Anyone Using Pi and Python (1/3) LIMITED SEATING

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Limited Capacity seats available

This hands-on workshop is limited to 20 delegates, first come-first served - please note that it is a 3-hour session spread across 3 regular session blocks. When you sign up, sign up for all 3 blocks!

IoT is rapidly becoming mainstream as more and more investments are made into the platforms and technology. As this movement continues to expand and gain momentum it creates a massive wall of noise that can be difficult to sift through. Unfortunately, this inevitably makes IoT less approachable for people to get started with and can hamper efforts to integrate this key technology into your own portfolio. There are so many connected products already in place today with many hundreds more on the horizon, that we already run the risk as enablers and supporters of not being able to effectively understand and develop these complex and multi-disciplined solutions on our own. That understanding, of the basics of circuits, sensors, and how those things work together and with software is the key to being able to understand, engineer, and support IoT solutions in your own environment.

In this workshop, participants will get hands-on guidance in building and coding their own prototype IoT project from scratch. Participants will walk away from this session with an understanding of the fundamental requirements for assembling a variety of circuits, sensors, platforms, and essential Python programming skills that will allow them to rapidly prototype IoT projects for their own scenarios. We will also talk about how to make the transition from prototype to production and the increased capabilities and requirements that transition provides. IoT is a critical technology across so many industries, that knowing these fundamentals will make you a better prepared and more effective IoT practitioner. No prior experience in development or hardware is required, and no hardware is needed; it will be provided for participants. Participants need to bring their own laptop for the hand's on portion of the workshop.

Speakers
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Chris Harrold

Director of Developer Relations, Avoka
Chris Harrold is the head of Developer Relations for Avoka, based in Colorado. He has been a developer evangelist for 10+ years for a variety of organizations and has extensive experience with digital transformation projects.



Tuesday November 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:40pm
06 Smart Cities, Internet of Things, IoT, IIoT (LEXINGTON SUITE) Smart Cities, Internet of Things, IoT, IIoT
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