Texas BBQ, Raspberry Pi 2, and Windows 10
Windows 10 Core supports development of apps, using XAML and C#, on the Raspberry Pi 2. In this session we will walk through everything necessary to build a BBQ temperature monitor using Windows 10 and a Raspberry Pi 2. This talk will be focused on writing the code for the application, but a step by step set of instructions will be shared for wiring up the hardware as well. You'll leave with a knowledge of how to work with GPIO devices, and some great pointers on BBQ from the Captain of the Improving Enterprises BBQ Team.
(Safety Note: There will not be any fire during the talk, I will be using a water kettle to reproduce the "heat source" in question)
|Date:||Dec 2nd, 2015|
|Time:||6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (see here for more detail)|
|Location:||MedAssets - Plano, TX
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Tim Rayburn is a Principal Consultant with Improving Enterprises, a software and project management consulting company in Dallas, TX. Since 2007 he has been annually awarded the Microsoft MVP for Connected Systems Development in recognition of his expertise and community leadership. He is the organizer of Dallas TechFest, where through the work of an amazing staff they bring an incredible multi-technology conference to life every year in Dallas. He is the author of “Entity Framework 4.1: Expert’s Cookbook”, with Devlin Liles, and can be found speaking across the nation of agile process, distributed architecture, and data access technologies. He lives in Arlington Texas with his amazing wife Kate and their loyal dog Gandalf.
NDDNUG Kid's Night!
We're having another kid's night at NDDNUG! We'll be doing more Minecraft programming with the guys from MinecraftU. Also, a number of the kids will be presenting programming projects that they have been working on. Please RSVP if you plan on coming.
For those who haven't come before, you will need to bring a laptop with Minecraft installed on it for your child to participate. Also, be sure to bring your login information for MInecraft.