For OpenWorld and JavaOne 2016, An Internet of Things Workshop

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Want to learn more about the Internet of Things?

Are you attending Oracle OpenWorld 2016 or JavaOne 2016? Then you are in luck! Once again we have partnered with the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) team to give OOW16 and JavaOne attendees an IoT hands-on workshop.

We will provide a free* IoT Cloud Kit so you can get your feet wet on one of the hottest emerging technologies. You don’t have to be an experienced electronic engineer to participate. We will go through the basics and show you how to connect a wifi micro-controller to the Oracle Internet of Things Cloud.

All you need to do is sign-up for a spot using the OpenWorld (Android, iOS) or JavaOne (Android, iOS) conference mobile apps. Look under Info Booth, and you’ll find an IoT Workshop Signup section.

Plus, brand-new this year, check out the Gluon JavaOne conference app (Android, iOS), look for the OTN Experiences and hit the IoT Workshop.

Note: OK, so that Gluon JavaOne app, 1) isn’t new this year and 2) I posted the wrong links. This year’s app is called JavaOne16, so look carefully. You can find the IoT Workshop signups under OTN Experiences.

Or find us at the OTN Lounge on Sunday afternoon. Workshops run all day, Monday through Wednesday of both conferences. Space is limited, and we may not be able to accommodate walkups, so do sign up if you plan to attend.

Then come to the OTN Lounge in Moscone South or the Java Hub at Hilton Union Square with your laptop and a micro-usb cable.

Kit

The kit includes a NodeMCU, buzzer, button, and an LED

 

*Free? Yes free, while supplies last. Please make sure you read the Terms & Conditions (pdf).

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