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Building using ESP32 | A developer first MCU #3

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karx opened this issue Aug 22, 2019 · 7 comments
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Building using ESP32 | A developer first MCU #3

karx opened this issue Aug 22, 2019 · 7 comments
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@karx karx commented Aug 22, 2019

Abstract

ESP8266 and ESP32 is a series of low-cost, low-power system-on-chip microcontrollers with integrated Wi-Fi and dual-mode Bluetooth.
ESP32

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We shall go over the current scene of Open-Hardware/IoT ecosystem, by breaking down the session into the following segments:

  • Choice of Board
  • Choice of Language
  • Choice of Framework

Along with understanding how they fit together.

Pre-requisites

  • Basic understanding of computer systems.

  • Laptops + Internet connectivity

  • ESP32 + LED lights
    I would be able to bring the necessary if RSVPs < 10.

Expected duration

45 mins

Level

Any

Resources

Link to old slides here

Speaker Bio

Hi All, I am Kartik and am very glad to introduce myself to your esteemed community.

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Just after graduation in 2015, I worked for Bing Search Engine team for a couple of years and since then have been working on my own venture here in Noida.
We work as a product house, who also provide specialized services if and when needed, in the domain of Web Technologies and IoT.

Along with me would be Ashtam Singh who can be best described as a maker, fire-fighter and an electronics lover.
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@karx karx commented Nov 12, 2019

Great!
Ping @ashtam55.

Have we finalized the dates for the next meetup (or whichever one we plan this in)?
I have discussed with @astham55 offline regarding the same, both Workshop and Talk sound like a great idea.

As the proposal mentions, there is a hardware requirement for attendees which is an ESP32.
I would be able to bring 5-6 of the ESP32 MCUs that I have, which could be shared if need be.

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@karx karx commented Nov 16, 2019

2019 - Connected ecosystem | IoT Workshop

Event Description

We shall co-host a hands-on workshop focused on developing an e2e IoT solution using ESP32, Arduino Framework and Google cloud services.

Participants will learn the basics of software systems, SoC, and build a solution for a typical use case. They will be able to build, and test the solution in class and build it back home as well.

Schedule

Day Session Topic Sample
Day 0 Part A Registration and onboarding -
Day 0 Part B IoT Systems overview Hardware + Software
Day 0 Part C Our toolkit - Workshop overview CokeVoting
Day 1 Part Hands-on workshop (with mentors to guide and help) -
Day 2 Part A Demo of builds by students -
Day 3 Part B Closing -

Reviews would be nice.

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@iayanpahwa iayanpahwa commented Dec 1, 2019

@karx are you available on 9th Dec to deliver this talk?

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@iayanpahwa iayanpahwa commented Dec 5, 2019

@karx, @ashtam55 this talk has been scheduled for 8th dec meet-up, see you there :)

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@karx karx commented Dec 5, 2019

Awesome!

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@iayanpahwa iayanpahwa commented Dec 10, 2019

Thanks for the talk @karx , Please share link to slides(if any).

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@karx karx commented Dec 10, 2019

Awesome experience.

  • Slides Used: Link
  • One pager on ESP32: Link
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