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Event Date: March 2, 2019 7:30 am - 5:45 pm

IoT 1 - Room 3028


Tracks:

AI/Virtual and Augmented Reality | ASP .Net/Core 1 | ASP .Net/Core 2 | Auditorium | Azure/Cloud 1 | Azure/Cloud 2 | Azure/Cloud 3 | Career / Business Dev | DevOps | IoT 1 | Open Topics 1 | Open Topics 2 | Open Topics 3 | SQL/BI | Web Development 1 | Web Development 2 | Xamarin/Mobile | All

Timings:

8:30AM-9:40AM | 9:50AM-11:00AM | 11:10AM-12:20PM | 1:20PM-2:30PM | 2:40PM-3:50PM | 4:00PM-5:10PM | All

Agenda download:

PLEASE NOTE: This agenda is subject change! Updates will be posted to the web site. Check for updates on the day of the event.
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Schedule:

7:30am - Registration - North Entrance
8:00am - Keynote - Lobby
8:30am - 9:40am - Session 1
9:50am - 11:00am - Session 2
11:10am - 12:20pm - Session 3
12:20pm - Lunch - Lobby
1:20pm - 2:30pm - Session 4
2:40pm - 3:50pm - Session 5
4:00pm - 5:10pm - Session 6
5:10pm - Wrap-Up - Lobby
6:00pm - After Party! - TBD

Room 3061 - Speaker Lounge


Jim Wooley
LinkedIn

Improving code quality with Static Analyzers

8:30AM-9:40AM, IoT 1 - Room 3028

How do you keep code consistent across a team or make sure your independent code follows accepted standards, use a Static Analyzer tool. See how to use some of these tools for your .Net, JavaScript, Style sheets, etc. to improve your code as an independent or large team lead. Whether you're an independent developer that needs assistance reviewing your code, or a member of a large team that wants to keep code consistency among the team, static analyzer tools can help identify and optionally fix issues in your code. Many platforms have their own version to help based on the language, including Roslyn, JsLint, CssLint, SonarQube. FxCop, StyleCop, etc. We'll take a look at some of these tools and explore how they can help identify issues in your code and improve maintainability and decrease errors before you deploy to production. We'll also look at the ability to build your own tool to enforce rules in your specific domain.


Dave Noderer Bio
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My IOT Journey

9:50AM-11:00AM, IoT 1 - Room 3028

I have been building an IOT device "AirMon" and will share what I've done, the tools I have used, how the decisions were made and what future refinements I want to make. It is still a work in progress but what I am learning should be helpful to others. Topics covered include devices, networks, Azure IOT Hub, Azure Functions, Azure WebApp and hardware design.


Jared Rhodes Bio
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Azure IoT Overview

11:10AM-12:20PM, IoT 1 - Room 3028

Keeping up to date on all the new services and features for an entire cloud portfolio could be a full-time job. In this presentation, we will look at the state of IoT in Microsoft Azure and discuss how the different services work together to implement an enterprise solution. Use this presentation to get an overview of architecture and products so that the next time you are presented with an IoT problem in Azure you know the solution.


G. Andrew Duthie Bio
LinkedIn

Make IoT Pretty with OutSystems

1:20PM-2:30PM, IoT 1 - Room 3028

There's no doubt that IoT is in the process of eating the world. Whether on a hobbyist level with boards like the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, or it's many variants, or in industrial scenarios like managing and monitoring critical infrastructure and equipment, the number of sensors in use, and the data they produce is growing at a crazy pace. One of the difficult things (and the one that few developers seem to want to spend time on) is visualizing that data in a way that makes it useful. Too often, the folks who are working with the hardware end up slapping something together with their limited UI skills, and while it might be functional, it's hardly idea. One solution is to leverage a high productivity development platform like OutSystems and use pre-built UI and interaction patterns to make visualizing your IoT data faster and easier...and prettier, too. In this session, OutSystems Senior Developer Advocate G. Andrew Duthie will show you how you can take data from IoT devices and sensors, and quickly build attractive and functional web and mobile UIs on top of them. Come geek out with me!


John Wang Bio
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Introduction to Azure IoT Suite

2:40PM-3:50PM, IoT 1 - Room 3028

We will provide an overview of the various back-end IoT solutions using various technologies in Azure: IoT Hub, IoT Edge, Sphere, Functions, Stream Analytics, Power BI, and more. Also, there will be an overview of some pre-built solutions in Azure to get started: IoT Central and IoT solution accelerators.


Jared Porcenaluk Bio
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Connecting My 1988 Ford Bronco II To The Internet

4:00PM-5:10PM, IoT 1 - Room 3028

When I set out to fix my broken water temperature gauge in my 1988 Ford Bronco II, I didn't realize the journey it would set me on. I knew that I wanted to do a little more than just replace the gauge. I wanted to connect it to the internet. I have made plenty of little projects that proved I could read a sensor or blink an LED, and those were fun, but they weren't really teaching me much beyond the basics. So for this project, I wanted to take a more intense approach. I wanted it to be more than just a pet project — I wanted to learn the hard lessons about production-ready IoT software. I wanted to apply many of the same DevOps best practices I've been doing day-in and day-out in my role at Nebbia Technology: planning out features in a sane way, creating unit tests, using a continuous integration and continuous delivery pipeline, monitoring, and doing all of this with a production-first mindset. I've found that DevOps practices like these have made other types of software dev