Wednesday, April 26, 2017

New Data Science Roadmap

Introducing the new IOT205 - Introduction to Machine Learning using Python.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Machine Learning using Azure ML Studio and R

In the upcoming IOT203 – Machine Learning using Azure MachineLearning Studio and R course, learn what is machine learning and how you can use it to discover new meanings to existing data.

You will learn about the various types of machine learning algorithms, as how to use the Microsoft Machine Learning Studio to apply the various machine learning algorithms to your data to predict future trends, etc. Once you have created a learning model, you will be able to expose the learning model as a Web service to be consumed by your apps.

In addition, you will also learn the R language, which is the language designed for statistical processing and machine learning.

Writing Cross Platform iOS and Android Apps using Xamarin.Forms and C#

Learn how to write cross-platform iOS and Android apps using Xamarin.Forms and C#.

In this 2-day course, you will learn the basics of Xamarin.Forms and how you can use it to build a unified UI for displaying in iOS and Android devices. You will also learn how to perform common tasks such as Web services, database access, and more.

In addition, you will also learn how to access platform-specific features using DependencyService.

Programming MQTT in the upcoming IOT101 - Programming Internet of Things (IoT) using Raspberry Pi course

Build an Internet-connected doorbell in the upcoming IOT101 - Programming Internet of Things (IoT) using Raspberry Pi course using MQTT. You will learn how to wire the doorbell to your Raspberry Pi and how to use MQTT to notify you when someone presses the bell. 

Friday, April 21, 2017

Programming the micro:bit with MicroPython

Learn how to program the micro:bit with MicroPython. Course fee includes an IOT Kit comprising of a micro:bit and numerous accessories.  You will be creating fun projects with the micro:kit in no time!

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Inclusion of MQTT Programming in IOT104 - Programming Internet of Things (IoT) using Arduino

We will be covering MQTT programming in the upcoming IOT104 - Programming Internet of Things (IoT) using Arduino course. MQTT is a light-weight protocol designed specifically for the Internet of Things. Using the publisher/subscriber model, MQTT allows devices with limited bandwidth to effectively communicate with each other using a light-weight protocol. MQTT is ideal for sensors which need to constantly send the data to the backend for archival or processing. In this course, you will learn how to use MQTT in your Arduino applications.