Please bring a PC
with Windows 10 and Visual Studio installed. (IoT sensor kits with Fez Hats, Raspberry
Pi’s and Windows IoT Core and Azure Passes for $100 of free cloud services will be provided).Downloads
Visual Studio Update 1 – Community Edition NOTE:
If you choose to install a different edition of VS 2015, make sure to do a Custom install and select the checkbox Universal Windows App Development Tools -> Tools and Windows SDK.Windows IoT Core Project Templates
Alternatively, the templates can be found by searching for Windows IoT Core Project Templates in the Visual Studio Gallery
or directly from Visual Studio in the Extension and Updates dialog (Tools > Extensions and Updates > Online).
*Make sure you’ve enabled developer mode in Windows 10 by following these instructions
To register your devices in the Azure IoT Hub Service and to monitor the communication between them you need to install the Azure Device Explorer
. Follow this link
to download the SetupDeviceExplorer.msi file.
The Windows 10 IoT Core Dashboard allows you to easily discover and access your tiny devices running Windows IoT Core 10.0.10586 version or later. You can download this dashboard from here
Windows 10 is needed for this lab, however, we
will also explain how you can connect other devices and data using Azure.
Download the lab here
We also strongly reccomment attendees have a good knowledge of
programming before attending the workshop.