ProCodeCG – Bandung IoT Maker Day – 19 March 2017

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Yesterday ProCodeCG took part in Bandung IoT Maker Day yesterday πŸ™‚ The event was held by DyCodeX and Makestro, took place at Co&Co Jl. Cipaganti Bandung

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Makestro Products

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Intro by Dyan R. Helmi, CMO of DyCode

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This event is about Road to RIoT (Republic of IoT)

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Class of Makestro Beginner Course

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Class of Makestro Extended Course. ProCodeCG was assigned to teach this class

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Intro about RIoT by Andri Yadi, Founder of Makestro and CEO of DyCodeX

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The souvenirs for Makestro Extended Course

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Set up and preparation

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Intro to IoT

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Yes we had kids in the class πŸ™‚ They are ProCodeCG Kids πŸ˜‰ This is Koosha

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And this is Capt. Reza πŸ™‚

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We learned to blink LED on board new Espectro (ver 3)

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Prof. Budi Rahardjo explained about how diode works

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Founder of Makestro helped with library settings errors and amazed to see this kid finishing the tasks very fast πŸ˜€

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Then we learned to activate neopixel on board

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the setting is a little bit tricky but once we got it right, things work smoothly

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Then we learned to use ProCodeCG LED to create Knight Rider effect with 6 LEDs

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Then finally learned about MQTT

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Lunch break

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We installed MQTT Dash on Android devices to communicate with MQTT server

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Testing to connect to Wifi via ESPectro

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Connecting to MQTT

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MQTT worked and we started to publish and subscribe from MQTT server from Android devices

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Dad and kids having fun πŸ™‚ Nice view πŸ™‚

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We’re planning to create a class to continue this one, probably next month πŸ™‚

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A great event that ProCodeCG is very proud to be part of! πŸ™‚ Β See you next time πŸ™‚

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ProCodeCG invited to an IoT Sharing Session

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Yesterday ProCodeCG was invited to an IoT Sharing Session at PAU ITB πŸ™‚ When we arrived, it was already started (we were invited to be there at 10 but apparently they decided to started it earlier), and GeekNesia had just finished the presentation πŸ™‚

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The title of this IoT Sharing Session is “Ecosystem Establishment Towards IoT-Based Smart Devices Era”

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Pak Trio Adiono, ST., MT., PhD from ITB gave some intro about the topic

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There was Pak Joe Gianto from TSM Indonesia explainingΒ about IoT in Indonesia and what is TSM Indonesia.

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Silterra Malaysia shared about the IC manufacturing company

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The ecosystem of Malaysian Semiconductor EE

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Local players and multinationals

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The location of Silterra. Should be placed on a location with the least risk of typhoon or earthquake, and have access to highly-educated technical labor source.

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Long term strategies

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Silterra’s role in the global IC market supply chain is quite impressive

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Upgrading to Silterra 4.0

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IoT is about being smart, aware and connected

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Why should we care?

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Contribution of E&E industry to Malaysian economy

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The evolution of electronic industry

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MyIOTC Β is one of Silterra product – a platform for prototyping and commercialization of IoT products

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MyIOTC incubates startups and provides IoT prototyping and manufacturing services

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IoT Smart Meter and Smart Grid

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Pak Ir. Budi Rahardjo, MSc., PhD. mentioned ProCodeCG as an educator of programming and technology that teaches IoT to kids, and probably in the future, to moms too. These are Clarence, a ProCodeCG Kid, and his mom, a ProCodeCG Coding Mum. The people in the room, especially the Malaysian couldn’t believe that ProCodeCG can teach such things to kids and moms πŸ˜€

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Before Mr. Tang explained about his IC design company, he mentioned that each time he wanted to teach her wife anything, he got scolded πŸ˜€ So he totally had no idea how to teach moms these kind of things πŸ˜€

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The company origin

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Key features of the project

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Mr. Tang is also leading the advanced ASIC design Business of AT&T Bell Laboratories

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And next, Andri Yadi the CEO of DyCodeX!

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Made in Indonesia πŸ˜‰

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He explains the IoT situations in Indonesia

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The IoT players in Indonesia

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One of DyCodeX product is Allegra. A custom-made, compact, autonomous IoT machine for delivering social engagement

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People can take picture of anything with some certain tags on social media, and Allegra will collect and print all the pic with the registered tags πŸ™‚

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DyCodeX also has HomeX, a SmartHome platform. But apparently this one is also too ahead its time so this product has to wait until the market is ready.

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HomeX is Home eXtended, extending a dumb home to a smart one

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HomeX Lamp Adapter, so it can be controlled remotely with IoT

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DyCodeX also has a smart gallon product that can send you sms when the water is almost empty, or call the store to send new stocks πŸ™‚

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The Gallon use Genuino MKR1000

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DyCodeX also collaborate with FoodGasm

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It also has a cloud Service

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DyCodeX also designs wearable devices

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The scene of Indonesia Maker

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Maker Movement is…

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Makestro Cloud (formerly iothub.id

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Choosing hardware for IoT

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DyCodeX Dev Board: ESPectro Core. Based on ESP8266

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ProCodeCG LED and Key are also available at DyCodeX Makestro Store πŸ˜‰

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All of us πŸ˜‰

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Hopefully this sharing session will create greater opportunity for us to collaborate and make greater things! πŸ˜‰

ProCodeCG Coding Mum Batch 2 – Weekend – Day #15

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Finally, the final day πŸ™‚

We prepared the display and decided which Mum went first, etc. πŸ™‚
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One of the reviewer, CEO of Tinker Games, Muhammad Ajie Santika had arrived πŸ™‚

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The other reviewer, CEO of DyCode/DyCodeX, Andri Yadi had not arrived yet due to the heavy traffic jam so we waited for a while
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Muh. Ajie Santika explained about TinkerGames, games industry, the trend and the spec of programmers needed by the industry.

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We checked and the traffic wouldn’t let CEO of DyCode through to be able to arrived in short time so we started.
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Bu Akiko created a website design for a cargo company. Actually this is for a real company, that is owned by her husband, so this work is so going to be implemented very soon πŸ™‚

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After listening very carefully
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Mas Ajie gave lots of tips and advice on how to improve the design πŸ™‚
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Bu Rieny. Designed a website for a hotel

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While on backstage… (speechless LOL)

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Bu Diana had a very simple and sleek website design for Tupperware because she’s actually a reseller of the products
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It was a very minimalist yet powerful design

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Next: Bu Anug. A design of website for maternity

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Next: Carol (not yet a mum because she was substituting her mom πŸ˜€ )

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And yaaay, DyCode/DyCodeX CEO finally arrived!

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Carol create a web design for people seeking for advices

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Now we have 3 reviewers (one on the left is unofficial) πŸ˜€

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The last but not least: Bu Yuti. She was working on a company profile website, which was a real project from a real client πŸ˜‰

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And yes, lots of questions and corrections from the reviewers πŸ™‚ The reviewers were very helpful and supportive πŸ™‚ They gave lots of feedback needed! πŸ™‚ Thanks for coming πŸ™‚

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While kids were all over the place. Under the table..

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on the bed

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jumping on the bed
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on the floor (earlier)

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on the corners

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on the back

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on daddy’s lap

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on the state of confusion (due to too many kids around LOL)

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Dads were also everywhere πŸ˜€

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The happy audience

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DyCode/DyCodeX CEO explained about the company and what they expect from programmers πŸ™‚

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The explanation was quite intimidating but that’s only because DyCode/DyCodeX is a hardcore programming company πŸ™‚

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Time for certificates! Bu Akiko!

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Bu Rieny!

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Bu Diana!

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Bu Anug!

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Carol!

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And Bu Yuti!

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Mum and the reviewers πŸ™‚
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More of us! πŸ™‚ (the supporters and mums from prev batch not included)

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Congrats Mums! Now is the time to create! πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – ESPectro Core Intro – 24 Sep 2016

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Today we introduced a new development board: DycodeX ESPectro Core to ProCodeCG Kids πŸ˜‰ We were invited to Bandung Maker Day – DevBoard Showdown so we went to different venue and we had to load up our stuff to be set up at the new venue πŸ™‚

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We keep our inventory small and compact to make it portable πŸ™‚

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We went to the 3rd floor
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And it was a wrong place LOL

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DiLo Bandung had set us up a nice and cozy room on the 1st floor πŸ™‚
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We arrived 1 hour earlier so we had lots of time to set up

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Most of the kids arrived early too (because we usually start the class at 9 am)
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And yes, we loved the place!
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We have parents helped us setting up too πŸ™‚

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Lucky that we have nice parents willing to help us all the time! πŸ™‚

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OK all set up!

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ProCodeCG DevBoard Kit and ESPectro!
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Prof. Budi Rahardjo welcoming the kids πŸ™‚

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Whooaaa lots of little makers πŸ˜‰

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We had parents on the back too! Giving us lots of support! πŸ™‚

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Prof. Budi Rahardjo explained about the layout of ESPectro

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CEO of Perkakasku.com, Handi Limijaya was also there πŸ™‚ He brought the twins to the class πŸ™‚
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We learned to “Hello World” ESPectro by blinking its onboard blue LED πŸ™‚ Β We also tried the onboard button, turn on the NeoPixel LED and connect to MQTT πŸ˜‰

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No guns in class, sir, please! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€
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Ria, DyCodeX IoT Developer helped us to debug some errors and making sure the board works πŸ™‚

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We learned A LOT today! We have so much idea to do with ESPectro and will work on it!

DyCodeX One Day ESPectro Workshop – ToT for ProCodeCG

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One of ProCodeCG Kids Coding Curriculum is to teach kids about IT and electronics, including Internet of Things πŸ™‚

We always update our education materials and curriculum to provide kids with the most updated technology. That’s why we’re always doing research and educate ourselves to be able to deliver the knowledge to them πŸ™‚

We are currently doing research on development boards, to see which one fits our curriculum.

These are (on breadboard) previous version of DyCodeX ESPectro and ProCodeCG LED Board), (on top left) Esspressif Board and (on top right) is Arduino Board.

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Yesterday ProCodeCG joined a One Day ESPectro by DyCodeX

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It was four of us: Budi Rahardjo (ProCodeCG Mentor), Marisa Paryasto (ProCodeCG CEO and Founder), Bernard Krisnandi Soetarman (ProCodeCG Kids Parent) and Clarence Soetarman (ProCodeCG Kids)

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It’s us! πŸ™‚
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Getting ready. We brought ProCodeCG Arduino Kit because we’re going to add ESPectro board into it πŸ™‚

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The place, @DyPlex is a very nice place
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ProvidedΒ with coffee, snacks and fast internet connection πŸ™‚

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Before we started the workshop, DyCodeX formally gave the ESPectro boards to ProCodeCG
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We have already ordered 10 ESPectro Core and 1 ESPectro Base πŸ™‚

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DyCode and DyCodeX CEO, Andri Yadi opened the workshop
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(On the back) some crews of DyCodeX also joined the workshop πŸ™‚
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The instructor of the workshop, Ria (DyCodeX IoT Developer). She thought us how toΒ getΒ ESPectro Library from GitHub and copy them to our Arduino folders so we can compile and upload the code to our ESPectro Board

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Andri Yadi showed us the features and details of the board. He explained about the design and how it works.
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On the next session, Ali (DyCodeX IoT Developer) showed us how to make NeoPixel work and how to connect to MQTT

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ESPectro Core works fine! It’s amazingly loaded with lots of features, including WiFi.
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ESPectro Base offers much more. More GPIO’s, more sensors, more connections.

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Prof. Budi Rahardjo explains to the rest of the class about the detail of MQTT connection code.
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How our desk Β looked like πŸ˜€

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The codes
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We all were fully loaded with new amazing things! Including this ProCodeCG Kids. He tried all what he had done with Arduino to ESPectro Core πŸ™‚
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So we can say that ESPectro Core has gone through QC Test by ProCodeCG Kids and it passed πŸ˜‰

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Us after the workshop πŸ™‚
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And interview afterwards πŸ™‚
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Now we’re going to prepare for this event tomorrow!

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Be there!

ProCodeCG Meeting with DyCodeX – Brief ESPectro Tutorial

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DyCodeX has just released their development board named ESPectro πŸ™‚ They will give ProCodeCG ToT very soon because ProCodeCG will use this board in ProCodeCG Classes to teach kids about IoT πŸ™‚

This is the Lite version of ESPectro ver 1.1

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On the right is the newer version (components not yet soldered to the board)

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The base version of ESPectro

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ESPectro Lite can be stacked up on top of the Base, giving more access and features

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It also provides connection with Grove

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The Base can support Bluetooth module

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And MP3 module

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And more!

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So we gave the Lite board a try, Hello World with Blinking LED onboard πŸ˜‰
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It works πŸ™‚
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Also works with LED on breadboard πŸ™‚

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DyCodeX also gave us a brief demo on how to connect to Wifi with ESPectro

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So ProCodeCG is so going to use ESPectro for teaching and research and making things!

We will create ProCodeCG ESPectro Kit plus the curriculum and tutorials πŸ˜‰

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DyCodeX Team from the right: Andri Yadi (CEO), Dian R. Helmi (CMO), Ali and Ria (IoT Developer)
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Thanks DyCodeX, it’s always a pleasure working with you guys πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #75 – DyCodeX – ESP8266

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Yesterday we had DyCodeX team as the guest speaker on our codeMeetUp() #75 πŸ™‚

This is Kang Dyan R. Helmi, theΒ CMO at PT. DyCodeX Teknologi Nusantara πŸ™‚

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He shared about the journey of DyCode and DyCodeX

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We’re still waiting for the CEO and more audience πŸ™‚
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Ali, IoT Developer of DyCodeXΒ showed us how to programΒ a devboard

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The code is to blink an LED
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The devboard library need to be installed

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And it took some time compiling for the first time
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Then it worked πŸ™‚

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We can also use a wifi library to detect the active wifi connection around

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Then the CEO of DyCode and DyCodeX, Mas Andri Yadi, arrived and ready to demonstrate DyCodeX devboard πŸ™‚

 

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various devboards
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ProCodeCG is so happy to finally meet DyCode and DyCodeX! Our last meet was about a year ago and DyCodeX wasn’t born yet πŸ™‚

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Yeah, that’s Steve Wozniak! πŸ˜‰
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Awesome profile!!!

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Awesome company!

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And that’s not enough, now they have another awesome company!
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The CEO is also MVP of Microsoft
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And a leader of IoT for Bandung
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So what is IoT?

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IoT consists of Things, Connectivity, Data and Analytics
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IoT Typical Architecture
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In more details
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The definition of A Thing
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So IoT covers lots of aspects: Things, Cloud and Mobile
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Each need different skills
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For the things, lots of choice
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But we focus on ESP8266
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Most people usually use ESP8266 with Arduino, but we actually can do that directly
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ESP8266 Specs
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And the family
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ESP 8285 is similar to ESP8266 but 1MB flash memory now embedded
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Framework for ESP8266

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And then Dev Tool/IDE

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The price is only $2!
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ESP8266 Dev Board
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Now, the demo
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We gave a SparkFun devboard a try

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We have to install the library

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SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Dev
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A closer look
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In devboard test, a Hello World is Blink πŸ™‚
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Yeah it worked!

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This one is the DyCodeX ESP8266 Dev Board Vo. 5 πŸ™‚

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It has lots of improvement compared to common devboards
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DyCodeX also has the smaller board
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that can be connected to the main board
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PlatformIO is an open source ecosystem for IoT Development
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CLion is a cross-platform IDE

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The code
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Compiling

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A closer look of the code
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The protocol of IoT

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cloud platforms

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Microsoft Azure IoT Starter Kits
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A demo of displaying temperature sensed by a sensor
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DyCodeX develop their own IoT Cloud:Β http://iothub.id/

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It really makes connecting to the cloud and accessing data lots easier and straightforward

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It has dashboard and analytic tools too
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And of course DyCodeX open classes too! And ProCodeCG will join!

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More classes πŸ™‚

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And it’s also hiring!

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And invite us to Data for Life Sci-Fi Hackathon 2016
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Wooow we really need to know and learn more! Keep following our posts to find out when the IoT class will be started!
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Us! LOTS of people yaaay! πŸ™‚

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