My third of three guest articles has gone live on Texas Instruments’ e2e site Launch Your Design blog!
Kinoma IoT Coffee
The last of the three installments discusses how to compose data services into a data flow graph, and then some thoughts on iterating the design and porting it to BeagleBone Black.
See also Part 2, and the original writeup.
My second guest article on the Texas Instruments’ e2e site Launch Your Design blog has gone live!
Coffee Temperature Probe
This second of three articles covers component testing, challenging assumptions, and building a temperature probe. You can read it here: https://e2e.ti.com/group/launchyourdesign/b/blog/archive/2016/01/11/an-iot-solution-for-perfect-coffee-part-2
See also Part 1, and the original writeup.
My first guest article on the Texas Instruments’ e2e site Launch Your Design blog has gone live!
LM35 IoT Coffee
You can read it here: https://e2e.ti.com/group/launchyourdesign/b/blog/archive/2016/01/11/an-iot-solution-for-perfect-coffee-part-1
This is a three-part series, that will discuss the engineering process behind the project I wrote about previously. It goes into developing design constraints, component selection, empirical testing, hardware design and assembly, embedded software design, messaging architecture, and cloud data services. Lots of stuff for tasty coffee, but more hardware-focused detail than the previous writeup at wot.io. I hope you enjoy!
See also Part 2
Update: I have a forthcoming three-part series of articles on Texas Instruments’ e2e blog that dives into some of the hardware engineering behind this, too. I’ll link them here when it’s finally published!
Updated Update, here are the links:
I’m a coffee snob. I admit it. I’m proud of it. Although, upon reflection I really think it boils down to appreciating deliciousness. And who wouldn’t?
I discovered my drip coffee maker sucks at temperature regulation, and my pourover and French press technique has improved quite a bit. So has the coffee!
You can read the full article I wrote here. And the code is on GitHub, as well.
This setup was at World Maker Faire 2015 in New York City, at the Kinoma booth. Cool to have some of my creations featured there =)