This year, PyLadies Hamburg, PyLadies Berlin & Friends are joining forces to organise a beginner Internet-of-Things (IOT) workshop, on the first day of the Sprints: Saturday, October 12th, 10:00 - 18:00 at the Sprint Venue.
Link to workshop (https://de.pycon.org/blog/pyladies-iot-workshop/), you do not need a conference ticket to attend this workshop.
In this workshop we will learn more about micro-controllers, data manipulation and the Python ecosystem. We will start by setting up a Raspberry Pi, then collecting weather data and finally visualizing this data. With the collected data, the aim in the future is to predict the temperature in your flat.
So what we will do:
Hook up DHT22 humidity and temperature sensor with a Raspberry Pi
Set up a hobby database
Build an app to read sensor data and store it to a data source
Read the data and visualize it in a grafana dashboard
Predict temperature based on historical data
What you need to bring:
• a laptop
• your GitHub account. Create one, if you do not have one already.
• micro sd to usb adapter
other material will be available on site
The workshop is for those identifying as women or non binary and want to learn how to build a hobby project from scratch involving various tools.
Please sign up via the form (https://forms.gle/182MueqZa6edvdXU7)
• A special thank goes to our sponsors:
Python Software Verband e.V
Python Software Foundation
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