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IoT 301: Mastering IoT development - In the first learning path, IoT 101: Getting started with IoT development, you were introduced to the key concepts and skills you need to build IoT solutions. In the previous learning path, IoT 201: Building skills in IoT development, you dug a little deeper into developing innovative IoT systems. In this IoT 301 learning path, you'll put all the pieces together and begin mastering some of the more advanced capabilities of IoT solutions.
In this IoT 301 learning path, you first discover the top security challenges for IoT solutions. Next, you learn how to make sense of all the data generated by your IoT devices. Then, you learn about IoT device management. Finally, this IoT 301 learning path culminates in a video-based tutorial where you extend the IoT project, — a healthy habits tracker, that you built at the end of the previous IoT 201 learning path. [Read more...]
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Analyzing IoT device movement data - This tutorial by Dirk Schober is based on the Harlem Shake game that Romeo Kienzler developed and presented in his tutorial titled Create a fun, simple IoT accelerometer game. Kienzler's game uses simple movement data from a smartphone, streams the data to the cloud, captures the data in a Cloudant database, and then analyzes and determines the winner using IBM Data Science Experience. In this tutorial, we'll start with Kienzler's basics by also using IBM Cloud (formerly IBM Bluemix) and the IBM Watson IoT Platform services, including Node-RED, MQTT (in Watson IoT Platform), and Cloudant. [Read more...]
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IoT 201: Building skills in IoT development - In the previous learning path, IoT 101: Getting started with IoT development, you got an overview of the concepts and skills that IoT developers need. In this IoT 201 learning path, you'll dig deeper into the skills you need to develop innovative IoT solutions. In this IoT 201 learning path, you're first introduced to some of the key tools and technologies for large-scale IoT development. Next, you'll explore IoT developer kits and IoT architectures. Then, you discover lessons learned in developing connected cities, an ultimate large-scale IoT project. Finally, this IoT 201 learning path culminates in a video-based tutorial where you get to build your next IoT project — a healthy habits tracker.
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In part 1 of these tutorials, you will learn how to set up a Raspberry Pi with sensors to monitor soil moisture, barometric pressure, and temperature. You will learn how to create an end-to-end flow from sensor to sharing data on social media, and start to extend the solution's functionality. Then, proceed to Part 2 to find out how to secure your Node-RED instance and autodeploy changes to the app. And in Part 3, you'll enhance the solution by building a client app that displays sensor data as a graph. All tutorials were authored by Bram Havers, Kai Well
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 1 - This first tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost hous
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 2 - This second tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost plant-monitoring solution based on Raspberry Pi. Secure the Node-RED app and set up automated deployment to Bluemix in response to code changes.
Conserve water with the Internet of Things, Part 3 - This third tutorial in a three-part series shows how to build a low-cost plant-monitoring solution based on Raspberry Pi. In this final installment, you'll build an HTML5 application that provides a visualization of the sensor data for desktop and mobile devices. You'll create an open data API to make the data available from the Cloudant data store.
Important: IBM Internet of Things Foundation (IoT Foundation) is now named IBM Watson IoT Platform. The Bluemix service names have also changed. This tutorial was written using previous service names and a previous version of the IBM Bluemix® interface. Given the rapid evolution of technology, some steps and illustrations may have changed. The content and images have not been updated. It is provided "as is." Given the rapid evolution of technology, some steps and illustrations may have changed as well.
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Robin notes about the tutorial creator: "Yianna Papadakis-Kantos authored another great tutorial for DOORS Next Generation. The tutorials she writes are always educational and helpful. You'd expect nothing less from a curriculum architect and instructional designer."
Take control of your requirements projects with Configuration Management- Author: Yianna Papadakis-Kantos
Get hands-on experience with IBM® Rational® DOORS® Next Generation and the configuration management capabilities it supports using the exercises in this tutorial and accessing DOORS Next Generation in the sandbox.
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