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SkillsCast

How to build an IoT device using Django, Raspberry Pi and an IoT Javascript Framework

13th February 2018 in London at CodeNode

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Until recently building an IoT 'thing' involved writing C or C++ code on a difficult to use embedded device. This talk will show the user the basics of using Django as a registration and identification server and a simple Javascript framework called IoT.JS that runs on your IoT 'thing'. In this example I'll be using a cheap raspberry pi zero and some LED lights to act as our IoT 'thing'. The demonstration will be live and interactive.

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How to build an IoT device using Django, Raspberry Pi and an IoT Javascript Framework

Nicholas Herriot

Nicholas is currently working as Web and IoT Technology Manager at the Samsung Research Institute in West London. He has a long history in working with Django web projects and IoT in the past 10 years. He recently completed a project with the Office of National Statistics in Wales for the UK Government looking at using Flask and Django microservices running on Cloud Foundry. Loves Django and has been using IoT devices right back to the first mbed and raspberry pi boards.

SkillsCast

Until recently building an IoT 'thing' involved writing C or C++ code on a difficult to use embedded device. This talk will show the user the basics of using Django as a registration and identification server and a simple Javascript framework called IoT.JS that runs on your IoT 'thing'. In this example I'll be using a cheap raspberry pi zero and some LED lights to act as our IoT 'thing'. The demonstration will be live and interactive.

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About the Speaker

How to build an IoT device using Django, Raspberry Pi and an IoT Javascript Framework

Nicholas Herriot

Nicholas is currently working as Web and IoT Technology Manager at the Samsung Research Institute in West London. He has a long history in working with Django web projects and IoT in the past 10 years. He recently completed a project with the Office of National Statistics in Wales for the UK Government looking at using Flask and Django microservices running on Cloud Foundry. Loves Django and has been using IoT devices right back to the first mbed and raspberry pi boards.