SkillsCast coming soon.
Ever wanted to know how exactly you can control the general purpose input/output ports on your raspberry PI or the I2C port for that matter? Are you one of those guys that wonders if it can be done using Scala? This is the session for you. Come learn how you can control your Raspberry PI using Scala and discover what you can do to build reactive applications for your next Internet Of Things project.
Controlling hardware isn't something that only experts can do. With a modern linux distribution and something fun as a raspberry PI, everyone can turn a Raspberry PI into a working IoT solution.
In this session you will learn how to use the Raspberry PI I/O ports through a combination of standard linux drivers and software written in Scala.
The presentation is a few short demos mixed with slides explaining the various tidbits of how Willem got stuff to work and how you can build the same things yourself.
This presentation is based on an open-source library created by Willem which is hosted on github: https://github.com/wmeints/reactivepi.
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Control your Raspberry PI using Scala
Willem is working as a lead developer for knowNow a social knowledge sharing platform for enterprise companies that strives to make sharing knowledge within organizations as easy as possible. Beside his work on knowNow he works as the Competence Centre Lead for enterprise mobile applications, a competence centre that helps projects get up to speed with Internet of Things, and mobile within the enterprise. Willem likes to talk about his work, which he regularly does at conferences and the Dutch mobile meetup group.