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Workshop: Tessel 2 (part 1)

13th July 2016 in London at CodeNode

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Come learn how to use Node.js on electronics with the recently released Tessel 2. You'll work in small groups to learn how to read sensor data from Tessel modules and how to integrate that data with the web. Teams will then work on their own projects. The teams that build the most interesting and useful IoT applications will get to take Tessels home as prizes (as chosen by a panel of judges).

IMPORTANT - You will need your laptop and an LTS version of Node 4.x already installed.

Be ready to work in a team as spare parts might not be enough.

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Workshop: Tessel 2 (part 1)

Kelsey Breseman

Kelsey is an engineer and the director of community at Technical Machine making Tessel, a Javascript-programmable microcontroller. She likes brains, prosthetics, speculative fiction, circus arts, really, really long walks, and giving people superpowers. She is also a neural engineer and has a degree in neural engineering from Olin College.

Jon McKay

Jon McKay is a Steering Committee member on the Tessel project, and is one of Tessel's creators. Jon comes from a Computer Engineering background. He's been working for the past two years on building Tessel's mission: to create a fully open source hardware & software platform that makes it easy and intuitive to develop Internet-connected devices for software developers.

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Come learn how to use Node.js on electronics with the recently released Tessel 2. You'll work in small groups to learn how to read sensor data from Tessel modules and how to integrate that data with the web. Teams will then work on their own projects. The teams that build the most interesting and useful IoT applications will get to take Tessels home as prizes (as chosen by a panel of judges).

IMPORTANT - You will need your laptop and an LTS version of Node 4.x already installed.

Be ready to work in a team as spare parts might not be enough.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

About the Speakers

Workshop: Tessel 2 (part 1)

Kelsey Breseman

Kelsey is an engineer and the director of community at Technical Machine making Tessel, a Javascript-programmable microcontroller. She likes brains, prosthetics, speculative fiction, circus arts, really, really long walks, and giving people superpowers. She is also a neural engineer and has a degree in neural engineering from Olin College.

Jon McKay

Jon McKay is a Steering Committee member on the Tessel project, and is one of Tessel's creators. Jon comes from a Computer Engineering background. He's been working for the past two years on building Tessel's mission: to create a fully open source hardware & software platform that makes it easy and intuitive to develop Internet-connected devices for software developers.

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