A meetup for makers and developers working on all kinds of hardware and software projects around the Internet of Things (IoT). Come and talk about your projects, what you’re working on and share experiences.
6:30 PM – Doors open
7:00 PM – First talk
7:30 PM – Break
7:45 PM – Second talk
8:30 PM – Finish
Our first talk from this month is from Alan Pope, Developer Advocate at Canonical.
Easily Delivering Your Software to Millions of Linux Users
In this talk Alan outlines the current ways of delivering software to Linux users and developers, how that’s flawed, and how Snapcraft is here to fix it. We’ll look at the benefits of the Snapcraft tools and how developers can hook their Github repos up to build and automatically deploy updates to devices in minutes.
Our second talk is from Philip Handley, Head of Technology Strategy at Arqiva.
Lowdown on Low Power
Arqiva are a communications infrastructure company and are currently deploying a low-power wireless network for the Internet of Things.