I am looking for feedback on the proposed agenda. Let me know what you think (we will publish this workshop on ThingLabs.io so that anyone can go through it as a self-directed workshop).
It felt a bit like Christmas on St. Patricks’s Day! That is because the first batch of the new ThingLabs IoT Workshop Kits arrived today. We will have four (4) new IoT Workshop Kit configurations, in addition to the two (this and this) that we already have. This will allow us to create workshops for a variety […]
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to spend a few minutes with my friend, Richard Campbell (of DotNetRocks) talking about the Internet of Things at the Channel 9 Studios. You can watch the video here (it is less than 10-minutes). This show is part of a countdown show to DevIntersection2016 in Orlando, FL. […]
Register now for the ThingLabs.io Hands-on Workshop at DEVintersection in Orlando, Florida. Use discount code SEVEN April 18, 206 – Walt Disney World Swan Resort The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest in an ever growing realm of technology that modern developers have to know about. To get into the IoT you have to […]
Richard Campbell from DEVintersection chats with Doug Seven about his IoT workshops, engaging with developers to see just how small computers can be made now, and how you can create a network of ultra-small devices to work together to provide a huge amount of data about the world around you. Using development tools, languages and […]
I am elbow deep preparing an updated IoT workshop for three conferences in the next two months: TECHintersection – September 14, 2015 in Montery, CA DEVintersection Europe – October 17, 2015 in Amsterdam, Netherlands DEVintersection – October 29, 2015 in Las Vegas, NV For these workshops I’ve decided to do something different – mostly driven […]
Over the past few week my team and I have been working on a set of self-paced labs for building Internet connected Things using Arduino. Last night we got together with 150 of our closest DevIntersection/anglebrackets friends and had a great hack event. Lots of developers got their first exposure to Arduino and to building […]
In this lesson you will combine the ideas that you learned in the previous lessons (here and here) to make a LED change its brightness based on the level of light available – essentially a nightlight. You will learn a couple of new methods you can use and we’ll discuss Pulse Wave Modulation (PWM) briefly. […]