Windows 10 IoT Core: From Maker to Market

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With Windows 10 IoT Core we have made it so anyone can learn, build and productize Things – intelligent, connected devices with apps. From the most novice student to the experienced pro developers, the tool set, technologies and platform grow with you from Maker to Market. In this session you’ll learn about how to leverage the value of Windows and easily build these next generation devices based on hardware like the Raspberry Pi 3. You’ll see how the experience grows with your capabilities, and how we have made Windows approachable and relevant for real world intelligent, connected devices.

Day:

3

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

B860

Room:

Marriott Salon 7

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    mcmspark

    Can you direct us to resources for blockly running on the node.js server on the PI?

    I would love to use this as a teaching tool.

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    brogdonm

    , mcmspark wrote

    Can you direct us to resources for blockly running on the node.js server on the PI?

    I would love to use this as a teaching tool.

     

    I totally agree with @mcmspark, it would be nice to get the link to blockly, wanted to set my kids up with homework assignments. :)

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    nesher

    Is remove client open source? I'm interested on running it on Android.

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    John

    Actually the board was developed by Dexter Industries, it's called the GrovePi. http://dexterindustries.com/grovepi

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    Eric


    The problem is that Microsoft takes so long to get things working, and are so far behind the curve. They are always the last to get any supporting device or drivers working with the iot boards. If they are serious; they should double their resources.

    For example; they released an early release of Window IOT for the pi3; yet the onboard wifi & bluetooth doesn't work.

    They should be buying every sensor, board, screen, USB device they can find and make a sample project for it...

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    marcodalpino

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