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Using An IoT Javascript Framework To Connect To the Mozilla Web Of Things Gateway

11th July 2018 in London at Business Design Centre

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Ever wanted to get your hands on some cool IoT tech and see how easy it is for a Web guy to use JavaScript to control real world things!

Then this talk is for you! Nicholas will show you how to get started in building your own IoT 'thing', components parts and of course the iotjs.net or ZJS framework built for IoT.

The talk will have an interactive 'thing' that can be controlled by the audience and will seek to use a Mozilla 'Web of Things' gateway in part of the demo.

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Using An IoT Javascript Framework To Connect To the Mozilla Web Of Things Gateway

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.

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Ever wanted to get your hands on some cool IoT tech and see how easy it is for a Web guy to use JavaScript to control real world things!

Then this talk is for you! Nicholas will show you how to get started in building your own IoT 'thing', components parts and of course the iotjs.net or ZJS framework built for IoT.

The talk will have an interactive 'thing' that can be controlled by the audience and will seek to use a Mozilla 'Web of Things' gateway in part of the demo.

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Using An IoT Javascript Framework To Connect To the Mozilla Web Of Things Gateway

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.

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