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Aug 26, 2013
Mobile Portland: Hype, Hyperbole and the Hope of the Internet of Things
Urban Airship Inc

The Internet of Things is a great tag open to a multitude of expansions.

Early Internet architects envisioned small numbers of nodes. The IPV4 address space is on the order of the population of the earth. Internet visionaries like Deborah Estrin and many others foresaw a use case for sensors and new things beyond toasters to connect to the Internet, resulting in IPV6 with 2**95, or about 30 octillion Internet-connected things per person.

Tonight's speaker, Surj Patel, is uniquely situated to give you a view of the Internet of Things. Patel studied at MIT's media lab and mediated discussions of Internet futures at Gigaom. Now he is CEO of an Internet of Things startup. Patel also created and helms the Portland Internet of Things meetup, destined to expand internationally.

Join us for an evening of networking and enlightenment. It is free.

1417 NE Everett, Portland, OR 97209

Jul 7, 2017
The Hackster Microsoft Roadshow
Holliday Inn Portland West

The Hackster Microsoft Roadshow is an exploratory, first look workshop into how IoT leverages cloud technologies.

This four hour workshop is designed primarily for people working in the tech industry in companies with IoT projects and/or may find themselves needing to expand their knowledge beyond the local device and understand downstream architectures in the cloud. This workshop addresses how data from a device may be received and subsequently processed. This class is not about the device, it is about device data and cloud back ends.

This is a lecture-lab style course in which topics are presented by the instructor. Labs are completed by students during the workshop, or students may finish labs after the conclusion of the workshop. This workshop presumes no knowledge of Azure cloud products. It does presume some knowledge with making an IoT device using an Arduino or Raspberry PI and/or other such related “maker” experiences and skills.


Kent Stroker is a Senior Consultant at Microsoft IoT OEM.

In this workshop, we hope to introduce students to Azure Cloud, the Azure IoT portfolio, and streaming analytics and dashboards. We'll provide hands-on experience building a basic “cold” and “hot” path IoT, cloud-based, back-end processing architecture.

Here's a preview the first event that happened in Charlotte, North Carolina on Monday, June 12th on YouTube: 1st half, 2nd half

Every participant attending this event will receive IoT completion certificates.


Since we want to make the most of our time at the workshop, please follow the instructions to prepare for the workshop before arriving. You can download everything from the github page here. It is strongly advised for students to print a copy of the lab handout for easy reference during the workshop.

Bring a laptop running Windows 10 that has wireless network capability. YES, you can use a virtual machine running on your mac or linux computer! Don't forget your power supply!

Do the following on your laptop:

Enable Developer Mode Enable Windows feature “Windows Subsystem for Linux” Make sure you can invoke a bash shell from a Command Prompt window Install Node.js v6.10.3 LTS from Install Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition (it's free!)

Create a Microsoft Azure subscription. Azure accounts are free for the first 30 days and come with $250 credit.


It's a good idea to plan on being able to provide your own hotspot connectivity. Packing an extension cord is often a good idea. A mouse is often nice too.

COURSE TOPICS Lab 1: Azure Cloud IoT Hub Lab Lab 2: Store Messages to Table Lab Lab 3: Data Visualization Web App Lab


This is a very cram packed 4 hours, come prepared to learn at a fast pace. Also, understand that this course will not make you an expert in Azure IoT, rather this is a first look at the depth and breadth of the Microsoft IoT technology stack and introduces to some of the major pieces of a typical IoT cloud architecture. You should come away from this workshop with a sense of “knowing what you do not know” and eager to learn more. There are many avenues for learning more and we will wrap the workshop with next steps and learning resources you may wish to explore. Look forward to seeing you at one of these workshops this summer!

PRIVACY NOTICE This event is jointly operated by Microsoft and Hackster. Any data collected may be used by both Microsoft and Hackster. Please read their full privacy statements. Microsoft’s is here and Hackster’s is here.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

You must be at least 18 to attend this event.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking onsite.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email [email protected] or post your questions on the meetup page here.

What's the refund policy?

Tickets are free, but please let us know 48 hours before the event start if you can't make it, since we have to arrange catering and we'd like to be able to open your ticket to someone else.

Do I need to have a Windows machine to attend this event?

No, it's easy to run Windows on a virtual machine on your Mac or Linux computer.

Jul 25, 2019
PDXNode NodeBots Day and Robot Talent Show
CTRL-H Hackerspace

You are invited to a Robot Talent Show in celebration of NodeBots day. PDXNode and Ctrl-H are joining forces to blink those LED's and whirr those motors. Come join a team and build a small robotics project to impress your friends.

Orientation and teams at 6:30. Robot Talent Show at 9:00.

Welcome to a special edition of PDXNode Hack Night!

To learn more about International NodeBots Day, visit the official website: