March 13-15, 2019
Montreal, Canada

Using javascript for IoT (Internet of Tums)

I used to get heartburn all the time, but is it "chronic heartburn"? To find out, I built an "Internet of Tums" device to automatically record when I was feeling the burn. I started with a cheap microcontroller, a button, some batteries, and a box of antacids but ended up with a detailed list of my symptoms. Learn about how I used IoT to solve my problem, and how you can leverage it to solve yours.

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Tristan Sokol


Tristan works on the developer platform for Square, and thinks quite a lot about how to make developer experiences great. When he isn't at work, he can usually be found at home blogging about some kind of new IoT or ML tool. On the rare occasions he isn't in front of a computer, he is almost always found growing succulents in his back yard.

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