You will learn a lot if you attend a ThingPulse IoT workshop. Guaranteed! However, with every workshop we learn something new as well. Find out about a few of the topics below.
We recently ran a full-day workshop at the CH Open workshop days on the beautiful HSR campus in Rapperswil. We had submitted two workshops but the one that got accepted was “You’ve Got Mail – Advanced IoT with ESP32”. We had a really cool crowd of eleven software developers most of whom coming from Java-like backend developer positions. There were a few guys with hardware and C/C++ background which was fantastics. They corrected us on C++ subtleties we hadn’t mastered yet ourselves.
We thought that to wrap up that workshop we could write a series of blog posts each covering just a single topic. So, over the course of the upcoming weeks we will be publishing posts about the below topics. You can easily follow our progress based on the number of topics that are linked to a post already. Come along:
- ESP32 binary data embedding & loading (non-SPIFFS)
- Find undocumented sensor/actor pin numbers on a module
- PSRAM caveats
- ESP32 logging
- Certificate and time handling for secure communication
- HTTP multi-part file upload, yuck!
- Best camera settings for your needs
- Face detection and recognition
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