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 Getting started with Windows IoT Episode #3: Drivers, sensors, and Nuget Pa. […]
Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 7:08 pm

 Getting started with Windows IoT Episode #3: Drivers, sensors, and Nuget Packages | Visual Studio Toolbox


In the third episode of this series, Dmitry and Suz introduce a smart home device prototype designed to integrate several devices and Azure services together. This smart home device makes use of a proximity sensor, temperature sensor, webcam, and a small HDMI screen. The Azure services the device connects to are Azure IoT Hub and the Face API offering from Microsoft Cognitive Services.There are a number of ways to interface with devices and sensors on the Raspberry Pi using Windows IoT Core. Dmitry and Suz will talk about three: Built-in UWP AP. […]



 How to Community: Anatomy of Successful Open Source Communities and Project. […]
Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 5:41 pm

 How to Community: Anatomy of Successful Open Source Communities and Projects | The Open Source Show


If you’ve ever wondered how to be a better contributor, encourage more people to submit pull requests for your projects, or what makes the best communities successful, look no further.  Jono Bacon, author and community expert, and Jessica Deen share their 4 “golden rules” for increasing contributions and incentivizing the right behavior, and Chris Dias gives his take on the VS Code team’s vibrant community, plus ways to contribute, and demos his favorite VS Code features.You’ll leave ready to create or grow your own welcoming, engaged communit. […]










 Getting started with Windows IoT Episode #2: Creating, running and debuggin. […]
Tuesday, 12 June 2018, 3:00 pm

 Getting started with Windows IoT Episode #2: Creating, running and debugging with Pi hardware | Visual Studio Toolbox


In the second episode of this series, Dmitry and Suz Hinton cover the development process for deploying and debugging your very first Windows IoT Core application, “Hello Blinky”. An explanation of the breadboard setup is followed by a demonstration of using Visual Studio on a PC to run the Hello Blinky UWP application remotely on the Raspberry Pi.A brief walkthrough of the Hello Blinky source code reveals a familiar set of APIs and a couple of new ones unique to Windows IoT Core. A tour of the deployment and debugging process will help equip y. […]