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Developing Microcontroller Appilcations with VSCODE  

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12:45 PM Sunday
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Shoot The Breeze
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Visual Studio Code (VSCODE) is primary thought of as a IDE for WEB and desktop application development; however with the proper extensions and external tool chains it can also provide a powerful IDE for microcontroller based applications. In this session the presenter will discuss the VSCODE extensions and tool chain configurations need to needed to turn VSCODE in to a microcontroller IDE.
The presentation will include two demonstrations of the use of VSCODE to develop microcontroller based IOT sensor applications 1. A LoraWan rain gauge using C++ and the MBED libraries running on a Multi-Tech MDot 2. A Bluetooth temperature sensor using Micro Python and the PyCom libraries running on a FiPi

The Speaker(s)


Steve Mylroie

Steve is an independent software consultant in Silicon Valley specializing in the Microsoft product stack having retired after a 40+ year career doing semiconductor industry, with side excursions in to medical image management. Over the years he has worked with a wide range of platforms from mainframes to PCs, many of which have gone to the great scrap yard in the sky. Co-chair Baynet User Group's South Bay Chapter and Baynet Treasurer
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