Node-RED 101 workshop with Ross Cruickshank

Date: 
Thursday, July 19, 2018 - 18:00
Source: 
Linuxing In London
Attendees: 
48
City: 
London

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https://linuxinginlondon.wordpress.com/code-of-conduct-2017/

This event implements a positive ticketing policy to encourage women in tech, for a FAQ see https://linuxinginlondon.wordpress.com/2018/06/19/positive-ticketing-policy-frequently-asked-questions/

Everyone should join the waiting list. Everyone.

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We are extremely fortunate this evening to have the distinguished expert, Ross Cruickshank, running a Node-RED workshop for us.

Node-RED is a fascinating tool for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT), no programming skills are required!

https://nodered.org/#features

Agenda:

18:00 Doors open

18:15 Everyone seated

18:20 All laptops set-up and ready

18:25 Introduction to Linuxing In London and the workshop

18:30 Node-RED 101 workshop with Ross Cruickshank part 1

19:25 Break

19:45 Node-RED 101 workshop with Ross Cruickshank part 2

20:25 Finish

20:30 Community slot

20:35 Free raffle.

20:45 Off to Skills Matter’s bar for a soft drink.

Prerequisites (things that should be done before the class)

Participants should bring along a working laptop.
A working browser.
A free IBM cloud account https://www.ibm.com/cloud/lite-account
Node.js LTS 8.x installed https://nodejs.org/en/download/
Node-Red installed https://nodered.org/docs/getting-started/installation

PS: Whilst we are finalising details, please watch this page. No prior knowledge of AI or IoT is assumed!

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https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/11013-linuxing-in-london-july

Please do read our code of conduct, by attending you are agreeing to be bound by it.

https://linuxinginlondon.wordpress.com/code-of-conduct-2017/

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If you know of anyone who has kit (old laptops, etc) which can be reused and recycled into Linux systems, then please contact Brian at [masked]

We have given away two nice Linux laptops to #womenintech (for free) thus far! We want to do more, your ideas are welcomed :)

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