IoT Live Coding: Building an End-To-End Asset Tracking Solution From Scratch

You can now watch the recording of the live coding session I was talking to you about a few days ago.

Don’t forget to check the time codes in the video description for easily navigating through the different parts of the session, as 3 hours straight can be a bit brutal otherwise 😊


3 Hours of live IoT coding on Twitch, tomorrow, May 20!

Tomorrow, May 20, I will be hosting 3 hours of live IoT coding on Twitch, as part of the Microsoft Build conference.

If you want to learn how to go from literally zero to a complete end-to-end IoT application, then you definitely want to tune in!

This is not going to be your typical tech conference talk: I will be building an asset tracking solution from scratch, sharing tons of tips along the way, and answering any questions you may have!

More than a presentation or a workshop, I hope this will be a great conversation with all of you interested in IoT development, whatever your level of expertise might be. I also hope this will be the first occurrence of many more live IoT coding sessions in the near future!

We will be going live at 1pm CEST (that’s 11am GMT). If there are topics you’d like to see covered, please feel free to let me know in the comments!

The live stream will be available through the @microsoftdeveloper Twitch account, or directly through my own Twitch account: @kartben.

Eclipse IoT

Live demo of the MoDeS3 project at EclipseCon Europe 2016

At EclipseCon Europe I spent a few minutes chatting with István Ráth from IncQuery Labs. He was demoing a pretty awesome set of development tools for safety-critical domains (here: railway inter-locking system), and showing how to use them in combination with some cool Eclipse IoT Projects such as Eclipse Paho and Eclipse Mosquitto.

On a related note, this project was a finalist in last year’s edition of the Open IoT Challenge. Don’t wait and enter this year’s before November 25!