ProCodeCG – Private Training – Data Acquisition with ESPectro – Day #1 – 15 May 2017


Today we had a training on gathering data from sensors using DHT11 and MLX90614 using ESPectro development board πŸ™‚

Setting up before the class started

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We used two different computers to make sure we can do lots of things simultaneously πŸ™‚


we also have to make sure we have reliable internet connection and a toolbox full of anything we might need πŸ˜‰


we tested MLX90614 with Arduino



and it worked. Next we will use ESPectro to be able to send the data via cloud πŸ™‚


We’re going to use the sensors to measure battery temperature


We’re going to use multiple sensors to measure multiple batteries, so we’ve got lots of things to do, and will continue the training on Wednesday πŸ™‚


ProCodeCG Family Coding Crash Course Day #1 – 21 Nov 2016


Today we started the first day of Family Coding Crash Course on Arduino πŸ™‚ These are Sadid and Razin, they are brothers and they are so interested in coding πŸ™‚


On the left, Pak Bullit Sesariza (the uncle, who are an expert in programming) and on the right is Pak Budi Rahardjo, one of the mentor of today πŸ™‚


The course will be from Mon – Fri. We only had these two for Monday and Tuesday but their mom and aunt will join us on Wednesday and Thursday.

The first thing to do was to download and install the latest version of Arduino Software πŸ™‚


Then we do the Blink test to on board Arduino LED.

WeΒ learned about breadboard, resistor (and how to calculate the value) and Β LED, and then we connected Arduino to a breadboard with LED an resistor and made it blink πŸ™‚


Then we add more LEDs and resistors πŸ™‚

It was supposed to be 8 LED but the breadboard was too small, only 4 LEDs fit πŸ™‚


After Sadid and Razin got the LEDs blinking (in one way and many ways), we use a LED module

ProCodeCG LED, which is a hassle-free way to play with LED (without having to deal with those jumpers and resistors LOL)


The previous code uploaded to Arduino worked right away (notice that only 4 LEDs activated :))


We had a great time


3 hours flew very fast πŸ˜€ It wasn’t enough πŸ™‚

We will learn how to use button and RGB LED tomorrow πŸ™‚

iOS App Development Training with DyCode


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 πŸ™‚ Happy and fresh, glowing and shining πŸ˜€


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.


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


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


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! πŸ™‚


And DyCode surprised us with a bonus topic: INTRO TO WATCHKIT! WOW πŸ™‚


Ok. Everybody wants to lead on technology and programming, should learn from a leading trainer. DyCode offers several trainings on apps development. Visit for more info.


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!


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


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


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 πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG – Intensive Training on Apps Development – 18 March 2015


Today ProCodeCG gives an intensive full-day training on Apps Development at ProCodeCG’s headquarter.


The place maybe small but flexible since we can also do meetings and with less furniture even a yoga class can be done there πŸ˜€


We learn about so many things, from kind of programming languages, front-end to back-end, framework and tools, including how to do twitter crawling πŸ™‚


The next training probably will be on how to do “data sanitation/filtering” or data analysis or database design.