Tessel and the Internet of Things

December 5, 2014 Rachel Bobbins

Beyond the web and mobile, software has a long journey ahead of it. Embedded, smart devices are popping up everywhere, but the skills you know today are all you’ll need to get involved. Tim Ryan is a firmware developer and co-founder of Tessel, a microcontroller you can program in JavaScript and from the command line. He talks about three main big topics: how to play with hardware, how to talk to hardware, and ultimately how to make your own.

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