Statement of Participation
Learn the basics of cloud computing and server-less architectures. The Web of Things is founded on the abundance of cloud services and API’s. This is relevant for anyone involved in information systems at any level.
We will briefly cover platform, software, infrastructure, and functions, as a service. We will highlight several cloud providers, common API protocols, and a host of open API services.
This unit is part of a series of courses and labs which build knowledge and skills in the area known as the Internet of Things. This unit applies to the service layers and covers the basic concepts, common providers, and some implementations.
This course is a must for anyone involved in the following; STEM’s, computing, IoT, electronics, security systems, home automation, robotics, teaching, automation.
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Completion of Fundamentals of IoT - the Internet of Things.
Completion of other courses in this series will greatly assist understanding.
An understanding of information systems is beneficial.
An ability to use computers and internet browsers essential.
Participants should be comfortable with learning technical jargon.
Recommend using the preloaded Raspberry Pi (Tinker Labs Pi Kit) from previous Labs. Otherwise TAFE computer workstations or own laptops can be utilized for this class.
This will be held in our computer workshops, with internet connectivity available for exercises.
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