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Sensorize your Life Workshop

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Precio: 2,00 € /por persona
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Hi devs!

Here we have our next event, this time a workshop to play with IoT and Arduino! Yay! ;-) Thanks to our friends from Netsuite we will have a great time playing with Arduino and the IoT. Also we will have a great time with drinks and food provided by Netsuite, so one more time, thank you to their support. Below you can see below the content and purpose of the workshop.

Have a nice coding and see you next 31th!

PD: Meanwhile we are working on the Java and JVM Barcelona Conference ( ) ! In the case you don't have your ticket, hurry up and buy your ticket! This year is going to be even better ;-) !


The Internet of Things is a hot topic and is set to change how we live. But how much do you really know about it? This event demystifies the subject and shows you the potential of the technology.

In this practical workshop, you will learn about the basic concepts of the Internet of Things, discover how to connect a built IoT device, and push environmental metrics to a container-based monitoring platform deployed on Oracle Cloud Services.

At this workshop, you will:

Program a mini board using Arduino, mastering the basic controls used to trigger actions in the on-board LED
Connect a shield to detect temperature and humidity values
Display data on an OLED display
Send data to a persistent data store
Push data to the cloud: Adafruit IO and Oracle Cloud Services

Topics covered:
Introduction to the Arduino IDE
Board installation
Introduction to Arduino sketches and Hello World
Basic LED controls: blocking, non-blocking and fade-in/fade-out
Environmental sensor and display control
Temperature & humidity output display and monitoring
Push data collected to the Adafruit IO platform and to a container-based monitoring platform deployed on Oracle Cloud Services

Prerequisites & requirements
No prior experience required! Participants do need to bring their own laptops.
We recommend you install Arduino IDE beforehand. You can download the version for your OS here: