The 3-day event filled with knowledge and networking opportunities

November 12-14, 2015

Ameristar Casino & Resort
One Ameristar Blvd
St. Charles, MO 63301 (Map)

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Arduino Programming with Visual Studio 2015

The Arduino family of microcontrollers is a big player in the Maker movement. These simple, cheap, open-source microcontroller boards enable the rapid prototyping of projects. They will probably get e ... more

Level: Beginner

Speaker: Matthew Heironimus

Topics: IoT   Visual Studio  

Developing for the Microsoft Band

Extend the experience of your application to your users' wrists via a new dimension of interaction. Create a personalized, data-rich, custom experience and enhanced scenarios that will engage your use ... more

Level: Beginner

Speaker: Scott Spradlin

Topics: IoT  

Electronics 101 for IoT Developers

Making the leap in to IoT development used to be riddled with obstacles, ranging from choices of programming languages to cost and features of development boards to the pain of getting these devices a ... more

Level: Beginner

Speaker: Adam Barney

Topics: IoT  

Hands On with the Internet of Things

Get hands on with Microsoft Open Source and IoT initiatives. In this session, we will play with Raspberry PI, Arduino, and Sensors to create a real time feedback loop that takes data from the Amerista ... more

Level: Beginner

Speaker: Brian Blanchard

Topics: IoT  

IoT and Azure – Better Together

Easily the most over-used buzzword of the year, IoT is everywhere. It is a big deal and Microsoft is making big bets on IoT for both Azure and Windows. We will go through this strategy and talk abou ... more

Level: Intermediate

Speaker: Jim Welch

Topics: Azure & Cloud   IoT  

IoT: Raspberry Pi 2 + Windows 10 = Limitless Possibilities

With the release of Windows 10 a whole new world has been unleashed as it relates to the Internet of Things. In this session we will explore device construction and programming using Visual Studio 20 ... more

Level: Beginner

Speaker: Mitchel Sellers

Topics: IoT