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Thursday, March 22 • 8:30am - 9:30am
IoT to the Database: Soldering, ORDS, Oracle Jet, Python, and a Little PL/SQL

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If you're like me, you use way too much power and you’re not quite sure where. Tracking your power usage is a great start, but analyzing the data is often easiest when it's in a database. Having to type it in by hand would be a pain; let's void a warranty instead!
Building on the "Watch me make a Watt-watcher" project (https://learn.adafruit.com/tweet-a-watt), I will start by giving an overview of the steps and components used to assemble the hardware. Next, we'll discuss what to do with the data. As the project says, we can save it to a file on our computer, upload it to a database, tweet it, or whatever you'd like. Of course, I want my data in a database. I'll simplify the data ingestion by taking advantage of a REST interface to a cloud database. I will walk through choosing a table for the data and enabling a RESTful service on it. Then I'll modify the project to post data to our new service. Once we get some data in the table, I'll display the data in a graph. You'll leave this session with the tools to track the data in your own projects and hopefully some new ideas. (But no electrical burns!)

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Blaine Carter

Developer Advocate for Open Source, Oracle America, Inc
Blaine Carter is the Oracle developer advocate for open source. He applies his exploratory eye and tinkering inclinations to the intersection of open source and Oracle Database. He helps database developers improve their workflow using open source tools and promotes the use of open... Read More →

Thursday March 22, 2018 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
1180, 1st Floor 1655 East Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112