Did you know there’s a web-enabled tray that will tell you exactly how many eggs are left in your refrigerator and how long they’ve been there? Or that a web-enabled fork is available to tell you when you’re eating too fast?
One part tech utopia, one part Skynet, our ongoing creep toward an absolute Internet of Things world continues unabashed. And while the need for a web-enabled umbrella is…debatable, what’s clear is that the march toward even more IoT objects and projects has just begun.
If you want to understand how to turn any of hundreds of everyday items into smart objects, the training in The Complete IoT and Hardware eBook and Video Course Bundle ($29.99, over 90 percent off) can help explain how this fascinating and explosive field of study works — and how to dive right into this tech tinkerer’s paradise.
The four videos included in this collection cover more than nine hours worth of intensive training on exactly what IoT is, some of the field’s most valuable tools, and how anyone can start creating web-connected products of their own.
Introduction to Internet of Things is just that, a full primer on the basics of automating and connecting everyday devices. In addition to learning about the components and methodology that leads builders to come up with this tech gems, you’ll also get loads of step-by-step instructions, working examples, and helpful advice on using IoT for yourself.
With Internet of Things with Python & Raspberry Pi, students look closer at two key partners in IoT exploration, the Python coding language, and the Raspberry Pi single-card microcomputer. Using all those pieces together, you can start expanding your scope to create more complex, scalable IoT projects.
Finally, Robotic Process Automation: RPA Fundamentals and Build a Robot explains how to build a robot to handle high-volume, repeatable tasks that take up a worker’s time. And Build and Program Smart LEGO Mindstorm EV3 Robot expands your robotic skills with a full step-by-step tutorial to create and program a robot capable of performing all kinds of fun tasks.
The video training is augmented with six supplemental ebooks that offer hundreds of additional project ideas as you encounter Arduino electronics and circuitry, C++ programming, Linux devices as well as a hot button tech topic: securing all these web-enabled devices from infiltration.
The complete collection is a $760 value, but with the current offer, all these videos and ebooks are available for only $29.99.
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