#Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (24/N) #AzureIoT

Hi ! Final post, so let's recap We have a device template representing a drone, tracking accelerometer, battery and temperature values. We have created a new device to twin our drone in Azure IoT Central. And, copy the connect information: ScopeId, DeviceId and Key. Let's use a "get data from drone demo" and publish this … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (24/N) #AzureIoT

#Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (23/N) #AzureIoT

Hi ! Now that we have a device template created, we can create a new device in our Azure IoT Central portal and start to send information to Azure IoT. We start by creating a new device based on the previous template and it's time to copy and paste the connection information for this device: … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (23/N) #AzureIoT

#Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (22/N) #AzureIoT

Hi ! In my the live events where I explain how to code to control the drone, I show a scenario where drone information is sent to Azure IoT Central. I just realized that I never wrote about it, so here is post 1 of N to describe this scenario. Azure IoT Central As usual … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone ✈ with 20 lines of code! (22/N) #AzureIoT

#Coding4Fun – RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree 🎄 sync with Microsoft Teams (2/N) Azure AD, 🦒 and Apps

Hi ! Back in the Microsoft Lync days, we had access to an SDK that allowed us to interact with the Messaging client in a local mode. As of today, there is not similar SDK to interact with Microsoft Teams. So, if I want to know the status of an user in Microsoft Teams, we … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree 🎄 sync with Microsoft Teams (2/N) Azure AD, 🦒 and Apps

#Coding4Fun – #RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree 🎄 sync with #MicrosoftTeams (1/N) Why? Why not !

Hi ! So I was preparing boxes with gadgets I have for our next house move, and I realized that I had a super cool Led based Christmas Tree, that can be used with a Raspberry Pi. The device can be programmed with Python, so I decided to go in my notes and I found … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – #RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree 🎄 sync with #MicrosoftTeams (1/N) Why? Why not !

#Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone with 20 lines of code! (21/N)

Hi ! In my post series I already wrote about how to detect faces. We can do this with a camera and OpenCV. However, a drone can also be moved on command, so let's write some lines to detect a face, and calculate the orientation and distance of the detected face from the center camera … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone with 20 lines of code! (21/N)

#Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone with 20 lines of code! (3/N)

Hi! Today I'll write the equivalent of a Hello World in the drone ecosystem. This is a very complex app which: take off the dronewait a couple of secondslands the drone I've followed the Python code sample from the SDK and the final code is very complex (see below). And it deserves some remarks Line … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone with 20 lines of code! (3/N)

#Coding4Fun – Slap your boss away with #Skype and #LeapMotion (I’m getting ready for 2020!)

Important: This repost is just to start one of my 2020 projects, which is very easy: write more fun stuff ! Hi ! During all my time working I was lucky enough to have some very cool bosses. So this is not personal at all, is just a funny way to discard a “incoming call” … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – Slap your boss away with #Skype and #LeapMotion (I’m getting ready for 2020!)

#Coding4Fun – Goodbye to one of the funniest and useful Channel9 ‘s resources

Hi! Coding4Fun's blog has officially closed. I guess the best way to summarize what is Coding4fun is with a couple of facts 1er article on April 2005. And it was written by a VIP guest: Scott Hanselman @shanselman and he was not even a MS employee during those days! Over 1500 blog posts and almost 300 … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – Goodbye to one of the funniest and useful Channel9 ‘s resources

#Coding4Fun – Goodbye a uno de los recursos más divertidos de Channel9

Buenas! El blog de Coding4Fun ha cerrado oficialmente. Supongo que la mejor forma de resumir lo que es Coding4fun es con un par de facts 1er articulo en Abril del 2005. Y de la mano de un grande, Scott Hanselman @shanselman cuando no era empleado de MS! Cerca de 1500 posts en el blog, casi 300 … Continue reading #Coding4Fun – Goodbye a uno de los recursos más divertidos de Channel9