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Build Your Own Internet of Things Weather Station with Particle and Azure

Please Register using this link to save your seat NOW - the first 25 people to register and attend will get to keep the Kits (see description below):

The Internet of Things refers to a trend in technology that involves the relaying of data and communications between embedded devices, typically data aggregated by on-board sensors into a networked environment, including cloud computing platforms. Typical cloud applications include data archival, real-time processing, and predictive analytics using machine learning.

We will introduce this concept through formal definition and describe its potential for impact in a variety of areas. We will then go through a real-world scenario by connecting an off-the-shelf Particle Photon with a Sparkfun Weathershield to an ASP.NET website hosted in Microsoft Azure using Streaming analytics for processing through an event hub. Azure passes will be given to attendees to use for the workshop for free.

The first 25 people to register (see link above) will get to keep Particle Photon and Weathershield kit for use in their own project following completion of the workshop.

Refreshments will be served. Although this event is free, parking and accommodations are the responsibility of the attendee.

PLEASE NOTE PARKING: There is a Miami Heat game this evening and you will need to park in the adjacent parking lot which will cost $20. But don't forget in exchange you get a fun event, refreshments and a free Particle Kit to keep.

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  • Bw C.

    I want to thank Paul DeCarlo, David Crook, and Damian Montero for a great night of coding fun.

    2 · March 1

    • Justin R.

      YOU should have reminded me! :)

      March 8

  • Justin R.

    I can't believe I missed this. I signed up, I heard about it at Code Camp, was super excited... and my mind must have blanked! :(

    March 8

  • Damian M.

    First of all THANK YOU SO MUCH PAUL! it was an amazing night. EVERYONE that got there got the full kit and I've check it's almost $70's worth of equipment. But forget about that. The training was great. No one was left behind. Everyone got theirs working and in a couple of hours we walked in knowing nothing, and walked out with some 60+ devices all registering humidity and temperature and even playing and hacking these devices. VERY Impressive!

    Thank you Paul and thank you microsoft. PLEASE MORE IoT events like this and with this kind of great presenters!

    1 · February 22

    • Anabetsy R.

      I completely agree. We need more IoT events and presenters like tonight's. It was amazing!

      1 · February 23

    • Jonathan B.

      Thank you Paul and David for a great IoT event! It was a great crash course on azure cloud services and getting started with Spark. I look forward to other IoT events in the future!

      February 24

  • David C.

    Based on feedback we will definitely be doing more of these types of events. Keep an eye out for future events. We typically post 4+ weeks in advance of the event.

    8 · February 24

    • Elissa C.

      Do these events happen in palm beach county?

      February 24

    • Richard

      Could not attend this time, look forward to similar future event..

      February 24

  • Ilkhom

    Thank you Paul, David for such great opportunity to work with Microsoft cloud services and Particle. That was a lot of fun, knowledge and interesting hardware.

    February 24

  • Elissa C.


    February 22

  • Damian M.

    What do we need to get ready for the training. Should we have the Arduino studio installed etc? Someone I hit hub?

    February 22

  • Joe R.

    Good morning everyone! Just a friendly reminder about the parking

    PLEASE NOTE PARKING: There is a Miami Heat game this evening and you will need to park in the adjacent parking lot which will cost $20. But don't forget in exchange you get a fun event, refreshments and a free Particle Kit to keep. Looking forward to seeing all of you there!

    1 · February 22

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