In this talk we will look at the IoT world and how it can be integrated with the online space to create new and awesome ways for users to interface the digital world like never before and ways that developers can monitise new IoT opportunities.
We look at how you can take an Arduino Yun and a Thermal printer to create a new way for customers to order via a ecom website and for a reciept to automatically print out in a resturant once a new order has been recieved and how cheaper smaller faster and lower powered IoT boards are creating a whole new world for developers to explore
Steven Cooper, Developer Advocate - PayPal/Braintree
Steven is responsible for working with the strong developer community within Asia-Pacific, to develop and nurture the healthy start-up culture that continues to flourish across the region.
Over the last 20 years, Steven has worked as a senior developer for a host of start-ups and as a developer analyst for more than 10 years with Sensis. Before joining PayPal, he configured and spec’d massproduction technology hardware for the likes of Virgin, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Visa, St. George and Westpac.
In his current role, Steven hopes to align businesses with the most appropriate PayPal solutions - products that deliver efficiency, flexibility and enable scalability.
6.00pm: Doors Open
[masked]pm: Drinks & Networking
[masked]pm: Steven Cooper
7.45-close Pizza & Networking
What can you expect from Port80?
A current, insightful and informative topic every month that matters to the web industry.
Excellent presenters that are leaders in their field and want to share first hand knowledge.
A good representation of both the Business and Technical aspects of our topics.
Great networking with your peers in the Web Industry, no sales pitches.
Learn something outside your comfort zone.
Convenient CBD location with Free beer, pizza, and great views.
Who comes to port80?
eCommerce Entrepreneurs, C level Managers
Digital Managers, eCommerce Managers, Marketing Managers
Technical Managers, Developers, Designers, Sys Admins, Web Hosts, SaaS Providers, Tech Startups, Tech Students.
Port80 is run by the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA). Founded in 2002, Port80 is proud of its informal meetings, no long speeches, no admission fees, no forced networking. Just an interesting talk, great discussion, a few drinks and the chance to meet and share knowledge with others in your industry.
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Access via Castlereagh St doors only. All doors are locked, and we will have someone waiting at the Castlereagh St entrance to let you in. Use the lower lifts to access level 11 (the upper lifts are for even level floors only).