Portland Linux/Unix Group Advanced Topics: Hands-on Internet of Things
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Who: Sean Mathews
What: Hands-on Internet of Things
Where: Free Geek, 1731 SE 10th Avenue, Portland (Left Entrance)
When: Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 at 7pm
Why: The pursuit of technology freedom
Sean Mathews will present Hands-on Internet of Things: Building the next “Internet Of Things” device using a Raspberry Pi or Beagle Bone Black and simple electronics.
Sean will take us though how to prototype and build a Raspberry Pi GPIO board for as lows as $6 per board and under a month.
Learn about the Raspberry Pi GPIO header and how you can use it to talk to your card.
Sean has built assembly line automation solutions for over 20 years
Sean Mathews has over 30 years of computer hardware, software and database design and development. Sean started writing assembly language and Basic on TRS-80 and Pet computers in the late 70's at the age of 9. At 16 he started his first company writing software written in C to help developers keep track of revision history of C source code for MODCOMP computers in the mid 80's. Currently he designs embedded and cloud based solutions at NuTech Software Solutions which he founded in 1996 and sells a line of embedded alarm devices for consumers that are sold worldwide.
Many attendees will break for a social hour after the Third Tuesday meeting at the Lucky Lab on Hawthorne after the meeting
See you there!