Details subject to change of course but here is a brief outline of the workshops we have lined up. In the weeks before the event we'll have everyone choose which workshop they might want to attend so we can allocate resources appropriately. 

IoT Prototyping with Cardboard, NodeBots, and Google Cloud

NodeBots bring JavaScript and electronics together. They're a great way to rapidly prototype IoT devices and robotics. This workshop will give you hands on experience with NodeBots in a creative context. It will include short instructional sessions, and a bunch of time to build your own NodeBot out of electronics and cardboard. No electronics experience is necessary, but some JavaScript experience might be useful.


Jen Tong

Ubiquitous Cellular - Connect your Project Anywhere in the World

Your project shouldn't be constrained by the range of a wifi signal. This workshop will show you how to connect to's Global Cellular Network via a serial link. Participants will build a custom interaction between the MCU and Modem with CircuitPython and AT Commands. 

Ben Strahan

Ben Strahan

Build your own internet controlled robotic arm with ESP32

In this workshop you will upload a custom firmware to the ESP32, learn how to communicate with ESP32 via wifi, use it to control a couple of servo motors, and then connect it all to some cardboard arms.


Macy Kuang

Web Connecting Hardware, Enterprises, Meet Thingy:52

Until recently, it has not been easily possible for - in particular - legacy enterprises to consider web a serious platform for production. With the introduction of Web Components, Progressive Web Apps, Web USB and Web Bluetooth, this is no longer the case. Come join us in a workshop on web connecting hardware to get hands-on experience with Web Bluetooth, Web USB and more.

Lars Knudson

Lars Knudsen

Badge hacking with Bluetooth LoRa and the Web of Things

LoRa and a tiny screen for your badge . . . yeah, you get to keep it!


Luis Montes

Hands-on with Android Things

In this workshop, you will learn everything you need to know about developing IoT applications on Android Things. Using Android Studio and a developer kit, you will see how easy it is to use the Android platform to interact with hardware in the real world, and integrate powerful libraries like TensorFlow to perform complex computing at the edge.


Dave Smith

Daydream-ing with WebVR

This workshop with give you a foundation to explore WebVR. While we will focus on the A-Frame framework, a discussion of other frameworks and tools will be discussed. Bring your phone because we have Daydream kits for you to try.

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Chris Turvey

AIY Voice Kit and Beyond!

In this workshop, we will walk through assembling the Google AIY Voice Kit and demonstrate how to get a natural language recognizer up and running and connect it to the Google Assistant. Will also show you how to add your own question and answer pairs and create some customized features. 

kyle paul

Kyle Paul

MXChip IoT DevKit on Azure

An all-in-one IoT kit built for the cloud

Build a Cloud Powered IoT App in Minutes


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Suz Hinton


Bret Stateham