The Microsoft Ignite just finished and what show it was again!
The Microsoft Ignite was held in Orlando and it’s a great event for Enterprise developers and IT Pros.
But if you are IoT minded like me, it’s also a great event regarding Windows 10 IoT and azure IoT.
And the best news is, a lot of break-out sessions are recorded and available already.
I counted 50+ Breakout sessions, Hands-on labs, Meetups, Microsoft Cloud Show en even a Cert Exam Prep. And there is also an Ignite channel on youtube.
Here are the videos and slides of sessions which are already available (or are available soon, only a teaser is shown on the page)
Doorgaan met het lezen van “IoT at Microsoft Ignite 2017”
One of my biggest resources of knowledge about Software Development is Channel 9 from Microsoft.
My second best source is visiting meeting, seminars, events, etc. But this is not always possible 🙂
But MSFT is so kind to provide video’s from sessions presented at their events. And recently they had an Ignite in Australia.
Here is a slide from one of them with all the IoT sessions.
I looked them up and these are the links:
Internet of Your Things: Starting with the end in mind (video)
Windows IoT, UWP and the Remote Wiring API (Video) (Sourcecode)
Windows 10 for IoT: What is it and how do you develop for it (Just the PPT)
Connecting Your Devices to the Azure IoT Hub (video)
Seamless bi-directional communication between devices and Azure IoT Hub via Azure IoT Protocol Gateway (video)
But the video “Create the Internet of your things: The Microsoft IoT Suite” from Ulrich Homann is missing. Can somebody call him to get it fixed? Thanks. (perhaps this session from may 2015 has the same information?)
The reason to put the links here is because the search engine of Channel 9 would not provide these as a collection. It is a good thing some presenters take time to put a slide like this one in their presentation.
Update: The video “Windows 10 for IoT” is
now not actually shown at https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Ignite/Australia-2015/MOB111 which is the wrong Channel 9 page. The advertisement image is shown (MOB324) which seems to be the first still from the High-definition video. So download that one (it’s 3+ Gb) and you can enjoy MOB324.
Update 2: There is another video from Ignite in may 2015 about the Alljoyn / Allseen commitment. In my opinion Alljoyn is brilliant for accessing devices over the local network using this consumer/producer relationship.