Joint Webinar by Google Cloud Platform and Cesanta

Reporting from Shanghai, China
Jan 2, 2018

Do not miss out on Mongoose OS and Google IoT Core’s joint online webinar on January 11, 2018.

Mongoose OS provides developers with a quick way to start IoT development on microcontrollers and connect them to Google Cloud IoT Core.

During the webinar on January 11th, the following topics will be covered:

  • How microcontrollers are different from such solutions as RPi and other Linux-based microcomputers;
  • How Mongoose OS makes it easy to propotype smart IoT devices using JavaScript or C;
  • How these devices can be easily connected to Google Cloud IoT Core.

Join the webinar to learn, as well:

  • Which microcontrollers can be used in IoT (e.g. ESP8266, ESP32, etc.);
  • How to develop for microcontrollers in JavaScript and C using Mongoose OS;
  • How to connect them to Google Cloud IoT Core and send data to it.

The webinar will be presented by two seasoned professionals in the IoT industry. On the one hand, Sergey Lyubka, Cesanta’s CTO and co-founder, will focus on Mongoose OS, the open-source operating system for connected microcontrollers, which will be the focal point of the webinar. On the other hand, Travis Hagens, Manager of Strategic Technology Partnerships at Google, will focus on cloud computing and IoT solutions.

You can register for free here.

Do you want to see Mongoose OS and Google Cloud IoT Core in action before or after the webinar? Click on here to get the Mongoose OS ESP32-based IoT Starter Kit for Google IoT Core. Also, if you click on here, you can figure out how to make an Internet button on ESP32, using Google IoT Core and Mongoose OS in just 5 minutes. 

If you have any queries, feel free to contact the webinar organizers by sending a message here. Alternatively, you can post your questions on the developer forum.

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