ProCodeCG – BDV – Data Science – Day 2 – 18 Apr 2018

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ProCodeCG Data Science – Techical Series – Day #2 😉

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Less people coming, probably because the topic is harder than previous topics 😀

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Today we learned to process and analyze data from a weather station server 🙂

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This series will be extended 🙂 There will be 3rd and 4th on 30 April and 7 May 2018 🙂

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ProCodeCG – BDV – Intro to Python Programming – Day #2 – 12 Feb 2018

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Day #2 🙂

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We checked the homework and did some live coding

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we learned some if-elif-else and creating simple GUIs

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There were lots of people joining the class, divided into three classes 🙂 This one was the main class

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This one was right outside the class

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Great facilities from Telkom Bandung Digital Valley 🙂

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And this one was the third place, a little bit further away from the main class 🙂

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Such a great place and great enthusiasm in here 🙂

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Some of what we learned 😉

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Thanks to Telkom BDV for providing everything to accommodate lots of people to learn comfortably, for free 🙂

See you next week! 😉

ProCodeCG – BDV – Intro to Python Programming – Day 1 – 5 Feb 2018

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Today we’re so glad to be able to share how to do Python Programming at Telkom Bandung Digital Valley 🙂

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There were almost 60 people joining in so we had to split the room 🙂

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We had two kids in the class 🙂

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This is the first session of 4 sessions

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Today we learned about IDLE and some basic Python logics 🙂 There were homeworks to be done during the week 🙂

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See you next week! 😉

ProCodeCG – BDV – codeMeetUp() #116 IoT Series Day #4 – 20 Nov 2017

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The last day of ProCodeCG – BDV – codeMeetUp() #116 IoT Series 🙂

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Today we made sure everybody could follow what have been learnt in the previous class

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After we’re sure that everybody can gather data from temperature and humidity sensor, we moved on to connecting it to the cloud

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Then we learned IoT & MQTT

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And experimenting with publishing and subscribing to MQTT 🙂

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We can do it from mobile apps too 🙂

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We can control (and being controlled LED) of any ESPectro subscribing to “led1” topic and can send and receive text to anyone subscribing and publishing to “pesan” topic

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At the end we learned to continuously publish data to MQTT, and the next step is to send temperature and humidity data

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This us 😉

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Thanks so much all, thanks so much BDV, see you again soon with different topics 🙂

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iOS App Development Training with DyCode

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Today we, DyCode and ProCodeCG collaborate to give a training on iOS App Development with Swift at Bandung Digital Valley (BDV)!

This is the participants and the trainers before the training started 🙂 Happy and fresh, glowing and shining 😀

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This is Andri Yadi, the CEO of DyCode, a leading company of training and apps development. He is also President of ID-Objective-C, the one and only in Indonesia.

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This is Bayu Wicaksono, Mobile Apps Team Lead of DyCode. A very hardcore and qualified programmer.

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This is us after lunch break. A bit burnt out after a hard Swift coding session 😀

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We also got a guest from IBM, this is Rudi Suryadi – System Architect, explaining about Development War Day. Register before 18 April 2015, there are merchandises for those who sign up! 🙂

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And DyCode surprised us with a bonus topic: INTRO TO WATCHKIT! WOW 🙂

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Ok. Everybody wants to lead on technology and programming, should learn from a leading trainer. DyCode offers several trainings on apps development. Visit  http://edu.dycode.co.id/ for more info.

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We also gave merchandises away including this very cool Swift T-Shirt! It is given to The Most Awesome Participant, which was Seterhen Akbar (Saska) from Labtek INDIE!

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And to make it even, as DyCode had twisted our brains to keep up with all the coding stuff, ProCodeCG’s Mentor, Budi Rahardjo gave DyCode’s CEO a book about Elliptic Curve Cryptography (written by Pak Budi Rahardjo and also ProCodeCG’s Founder Marisa Paryasto). So that DyCode will experience more or less the same headache LOL

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Another gift, a USB from Microsoft Azure was given to the youngest participant: Rio Rizki Wijaya.

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All of the participants today, along with DyCode trainers and ProCodeCG personnels will get together again on ProCodeCG codeMeetUp next week, Monday 13 April 2015!

End of the report today 🙂