Session Details

Azure, .NET and the Internet of Things  

Level :
Beginner
Date :
11:15 AM Saturday
Room :
4302
Interested : (109) - Registered : (13)
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Presentation

The Internet of Things (IoT) movement is picking up steam. It's estimated that by 2020, the IoT will be an $8.9 trillion market with over 200 billion connected devices. In this session you'll learn how to leverage your existing .NET skills to build the next big (or tiny) thing! This session will explore: - What is the Internet of Things? - An introduction to basic micro electronics. - What is the .NET Micro Framework (NETMF)? - Exploring the Netduino and Arduino. - Running C# on a Raspberry Pi. - Connecting your devices to Azure. - Using the Windows on Devices SDK with an Intel Galileo. There will be no time for boring slides here. Instead we'll be covering lots of code and fun interactive demos with the audience. Be sure to attend because you won't want to miss out on the swag and cool prizes given away during the session.

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Jason Kanaris

Jason Kanaris works for Stony Brook University as a full-stack developer. He has been building web applications for over 10 years, mostly on the Microsoft stack. In his spare time he works with embedded devices, such as the Netduino and Arduino, incorporating them into his smart home project.
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