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If you have an environmental sensor set up in your home, office, farm etc and want to check the temperature, you don’t want to have to physically go out and do a sensor reading every time.
Developing with the Internet of Things is fun. It’s challenging. It’s frustrating at times.
But it’s also an opportunity to change the world with code! And you don’t need 5 years R&D or an engineering degree to do it. In this blog I’ll go through some quick weekend hackathon projects you can put together to bring your IoT idea to life.
Consider that the Internet of Things is made up of 3 key elements:
Calling all startups, partners and employees of Australian corporates with a global presence; Registrations are now open for Telstra's Innovation Hackathon 2020!
It's not a traditional weekend hack, with the competition spread over 4 weeks to suit the busy schedule of industry professionals. We'll be bringing together our international ecosystem, leveraging epic partners (Microsoft, AWS and TelstraDev) and our ICC in India. To be eligible to participate, participants must be: