Have you ever wanted to see what you can do with Azure IoT hub, Azure SignalR and Azure Functions? In this talk, we will setup a website that gets real time communications from the IoT hub over SignalR without ever having to setup our own server. We will feed the IoT hub with a Raspberry Pi running Windows 10 IoT Core. After that, we will do something a little more fun and demo a mock industrial plant control dashboard.
Azure IoT Hub is an Azure service that will allow you to handle millions of events a second. It will take care of collecting events from devices. Azure SignalR is a realtime two-way communication over websockets. Azure Functions give you the ability to deploy small REST API's and other small tasks without having to build out a full web app or deploy your own server.
Speaker: Michael Ponti Michael graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology with a Diploma of Technology, CAD/CAM and in 2002, earned his Bachelor of Technology in Computer Systems. He has over 25 years of experience working in engineering and manufacturing firms, specializing in management of Autodesk and other engineering tools. Always seeking to maximize the benefits of Autodesk tools for users, he began his career writing software to automate user tasks and moving data from CAD to ERP and back, and then distributing CAD data on demand to downstream users. He has extensive experience developing business systems and solutions in and out of engineering, on desktop, web and mobile. As a developer of custom Inventor, AutoCAD and Vault add-ins, he has published numerous apps in the Autodesk Store and Microsoft Store. He is committed to supporting the developer community and presents on software development topics at local meetups.
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The Vancouver Windows Platform Developer Group was formed to assist mobile developers in the lower mainland that have an interest in Windows Phone and Windows Store app development network, learn and have a little fun once in a while.
Our goal is hold informational meetings once a month where we will bring in guest presenters on a variety of Windows Platform Development topics from introductory information to advanced coding and marketing techniques.
If you develop or want to develop apps for Windows Phone and the Windows Store, then this group is for you!
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Vancouver Windows Platform Developers Group BC Canada