Free Workshop: Getting Started with NodeMCU + Geeny

Mar 12, 2018 · Berlin, Germany

We’re having yet another edition of Bits and Beer, on Monday March, 12th 2018. This time we will have a technical workshop for you to enjoy! Arduino expert Stefan Hermann, founder of and, will give a workshop on making your first NodeMCU device that will record and report on temperature and humidity. The workshop will also lead you to connect it to WiFi and to Geeny where you will be able to read the data.

• What should you bring?
Bring your own laptop and have the Arduino IDE installed. The Arduino IDE can be found at:

• Important to know
This workshop is suitable for beginners and advanced developers. The cost to attend is free and refreshments will be provided. Please keep your RSVP current so we can make sure we have enough Arduino kits for everyone to use!

Event organizers
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    Hi Berlin's Developer Community! We want to invite you to a new kind of Meetup in Berlin. Our Bits & Beer format is targeted at developers who are interested to engage in the growing IoT community in a relaxed atmosphere. We plan to host exciting speakers, hold small hackathons and move around in this dazzling city to experience the best places for beer. So come join us if you are a hacker, start-up, corporate developer or just a hobbyist and want to learn and share experiences about the technical asp

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