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Building your First IoT Project (Adam Barney)

and look at many of the most useful tools and components you’ll need to finish it.

Building your First IoT Project

So you've written hello world (blinked an LED) a hundred times with your Raspberry Pi or other IoT device, you've read books and endless blog posts, been super excited about projects you've seen on Instructables or Hackster.io, but still don't have the confidence to jump in and make your first REAL IoT project.  We'll go over some ideas for good starter projects, and look at many of the most useful tools and components you’ll need to finish it.

Speaker: Adam Barney (@cabarney)

Adam is a nerd. That kept me humble and nearly friendless (*sniff*) through school, but I wear it as a badge of honor now. After buying a Commodore 64 with money from his paper route in the 4th grade, he’s never stopped learning about computers and how to make these stupid machines do cool things. I am a Microsoft C# MVP and ASP Insider, running my independent consulting company from my home in Lincoln, NE. In my spare time, I run a user group and a couple developer conferences, and generally take on way more work than I have time for. I can also be found speaking at many mid-west user groups, code camps and developer conferences.

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Sponsor: Centriq

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  • Steve C.

    Are we encouraged to bring our Pi?

    July 26

    • Bruce D.

      You can bring your pie, just make sure you have enough for all of us.

      1 · July 26

    • Duane

      I don't know that it has been laid out as a workshop, so not sure if having it will be helpful.

      July 26

  • Jon

    I may show up late. Something came up that's going to make my schedule very tight.

    July 26

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