About this session:
Prerequisites for the session: Basic knowledge of microcontrollers or having attended the RTD introduction microcontroller session.
When: Monday, September 17, 2:30 pm - 3:20 pm
Where: Missouri Room, Havener
Presenter: Don Howdeshell, Software Developer & Systems Adminstrator at Missouri University of Science & Technology
This session is a follow-up on the Raspberry Pi introduction workshop. Starting from a base knowledge of the Pi, we will cover several important concepts necessary to create useful and secure IoT devices. Learn how to get the Pi talking to a variety of sensors, switches, and other modules. Attendees will have a chance to enter a drawing to win one of several Raspberry Pi 3 B+ boards.
This session has a capacity of 30 people. Once the max capacity is reached, you will be placed on a waiting list. This registration link is exclusively for Missouri S&T students. If you are not affiliated with the university and would like to attend, please email email@example.com.
NOTE: In addition to this session, there are two other microcontroller workshops being offered at RTD. Register here: "Raspberry Pi and ESP8266: A beginner's guide to interacting with the world using microcontrollers" and "Creating IoT Devices with the ESP8266 microcontroller."
For more information on the full RTD conference and schedule, visit: http://rtd2018.mst.edu/.